Ulrike Lühe is a PhD fellow with the Dealing with the Past program at swisspeace. Her doctoral research, focusing on the case of Mozambique, is part of the project “Knowledge for peace. Understanding research, practice and policy synergies”. Before joining swisspeace in July 2016 Ulrike did an internship with the UN Women country office Ethiopia, worked as a consultant for the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in South Africa on good governance issues and with Microjustice4All in Kenya and Rwanda to support local legal organizations. She holds BAs in African Studies and Social Sciences with a focus on Political Science from the University of Leipzig, Germany, and an MPhil in Justice and Transformation from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.