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Catherine Vera is the Co-Chair of the UNA-NCA’s Human Rights Committee and a lead researcher with UC Berkeley School of Law’s Human Rights Center, where she has covered a range of human rights issues ranging from graphic content obfuscation to biases in U.S. immigration courts. Most recently, Catherine co-led a team of data scientists through a machine learning analysis of biases in the U.S. asylum system based on factors which were extraneous to the merits of the case; she will present her findings at the upcoming Association for Computing Machinery Conference this October in Washington, D.C. Catherine also serves as Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Review of Human Rights at Berkeley, and has previously interned at Human Rights Watch. Catherine has a minor in human rights from the University of California, Berkeley and a Certificate in Migration and Human Rights from the United Nations Interregional Crime & Justice Research Institute.

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