Associate - law and ethics
Karin Kuhlemann is a Brazilian-born lawyer and PhD candidate at University College London. She holds degrees in law, politics, and life sciences. Karin’s dissertation focuses on the human right to procreate and the legitimate scope of anti-natalist population policies. As part of this, she is developing a novel, interest-based account that engages with the oft-neglected issue of moral conflicts and limits to rights, with particular attention to the normative implications of risk in the context of unsustainable population growth. She has been involved with a number of NGOs in a volunteer or trustee capacity, with a particular focus on public engagement and thinking on environmental, ethical, and societal/governance risks relating to human population growth.