Olga Martin-Ortega is a Reader in Public International Law at the University of Greenwich. Martin-Ortega previously was research fellow at the Centre on Human Rights in Conflict at the University of East London. She also was a lecturer at Napier University, Edinburgh, and the University of Jaen in Spain, where she taught courses on public international law and European law.
Her research focuses on several areas of international human rights law, in particular the impact of business activities on human rights, the protection of human rights in conflict, and accountability in post-conflict situations.
Martin-Ortega is the author of several articles on these topics, as well as the monograph Empresas multinacionales y derechos humanos en derecho internacional (2008).
Last Updated: August 12, 2017