Saide Mobayed is a PhD candidate in Sociology at the University of Cambridge. Her dissertation looks into how ‘fem(in)icide’—often defined as the gender-related killing of women—has been conceptualised and quantified across time and spaces with a particular focus on Mexico.
Saide has been an active member of UNSA Femicide team since 2016 where she is part of the editorial team of the Femicide Volumes. She is also the editor and content manager of the Femicide-Watch platform. (57)
UNSA offers a valuable opportunity to bridge academic research with policy-making particularly on topics which have been overlooked within the UN framework, such as fem(in)icide.