Rose Wangui Kimotho Rose Wangui Kimotho is a Research Assistant at the Institute for Business Ethics. Rose Wangui Kimotho is a research assistant on the research project The Swiss Commodity Sector as a Matter-of-Public-Concern: Inquiring Processes of Contestation, Justification and Change. Wangui is also a PhD candidate under the supervision of Prof. Florian Wettstein of the Institute for Business Ethics (IWE). Her PhD research focusses on relationship between operational level grievance mechanisms, as pathways to remedy for business-related adverse human rights impacts, and judicial mechanisms. Her other research interests are on gender dimensions in the context of business and human rights and the state of implementation of the emergent principles and standards. In the past six years prior to joining the IWE, Wangui worked with two of the leading institutions on business and human rights. She led the work of the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) in Kenya, Zambia and contributed to work on Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique and Ghana. She also worked with the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) where she led their extractives work in East Africa. Prior to shifting focus to human rights and business, Wangui worked on promoting the protection of human rights for refugees, displaced persons and in post conflict situations in Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, Thailand, and Liberia. She holds an LLM in International Legal Studies from Georgetown University, Washington DC, and an LLB from University of Nairobi, Kenya.