Dr Damian Etone

Lecturer in Int Human Rights Law

Law Stirling

Dr Damian Etone

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Dr Damian Etone is a Lecturer in International Human Rights Law and joined the University of Stirling in 2019. He is Co-Director for the MSc Programme in Human Rights and Diplomacy. Damian completed his LLM (Distinction) in International Criminal/Human Rights Law at Bangor University (Wales) in 2013 and a PhD in International Human Rights law at The University of Adelaide (Australia) in 2017. He was an Associate Law Teacher at the Adelaide Law School from 2015-2017 and taught in Foundations of Law, Human Rights and International Law. Prior to joining the University of Stirling, Damian was a Lecturer in Law at Staffordshire University where he was Coordinator for various law modules at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels including International Human Rights Law, Research Methods, Dissertation, Contract Law and International Law. He has worked for over 5 years as an International Criminal Law Case Reporter for Oxford University Press and published over 8 reports in the OUP international criminal law series.

Damian previously worked as an Assistant Human Rights officer at the Cameroon National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms between 2011 and 2012 and has previously received a Chevening Scholarship Award (2012-2013) and a Beacon of Enlightenment Scholarship Award (2014-2017).


Excellence in Teaching in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities
University of Stirling

Student Recognition and Advancing Teaching Excellence (RATE) Awards. Winner of the Excellence in Teaching in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities (2021)

Beacon of Enlightenment Schorlarship
University of Adelaide

The Beacon of Enlightenment Scholarship was an Excellence Scholarship for Doctorate Studies.

Chevening Scholarship
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

This was a Leadership Schorlaship by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Professional membership

HEA Fellow
Higher Education Academy