Rosa researches and writes on the United Nations, UN human rights bodies, and international human rights law. She is interested in the extent to which UN bodies discharge their mandates and the intersection of international law and international relations. She has published extensively on the United Nations Human Rights Council and is currently focusing on the United Nations Special Procedures system. Her work on Special Procedures includes a British Academy-funded project, an expert workshop jointly organised and run with colleagues at the University of Nottingham, and an interdisciplinary collaborative project on Africa and Special Procedures. Rosa’s other current research focus is on UN peacekeeping, human rights and accountability. She has a particular interested in the Haiti Cholera case and in accountability for peacekeeping personnel who commit human rights abuses. Rosa also undertakes interdisciplinary and collaborative research on hybridity, including jointly organising and running an interdisciplinary workshop through the Institute of Advanced Studies. Rosa has a broader interest in the impact of politics, international relations, the media, and civil society both on the work and proceedings of international institutions and on states’ compliance with international human rights norms. She presents her work at national and international conference, expert workshops and stakeholder meetings.