Ken Scott

Ken Scott is a Harvard Law School honors graduate, international human rights lawyer and war crimes prosecutor who has been involved in Bosnia, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq, South Sudan and elsewhere. He has been extensively involved in and with South Sudan from March 2014 to the present time, including as a peace and justice consultant to Amnesty International, a challenging term as a UN Commissioner on Human Rights in South Sudan and working recently with the Commission on International Justice and Accountability, in looking at justice and accountability efforts concerning South Sudan. A former U.S. federal prosecutor, Ken was a senior prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague, prosecuting Bosnia war crimes, from 1998 to 2011, and is the amicus prosecutor at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.

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PESS funds local programs that provide comprehensive secondary education to prepare young women in South Sudan to thrive in a global society.