Dr. Ido Katri is a senior faculty member at Tel Aviv University's School of Social Work and a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law. He teaches and researchers in the field of Legal and Critical Theory, as well as Administrative, Equality and Welfare Law, with a focus on issues of trans rights, gender and sexuality, race and racialization, subjectivity and subjection. Katri earned an LL.M and SJD from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in the collaborative programs for Sexual Diversity Studies and Jewish Studies. He is a former scholar at the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation, a graduate of the Vanier Canada program and the receipt of other awards and grants. Katri’s work has been cited by courts, have served as basis for policy reforms and is published in law journals, peer-reviewed journal, critical theory and competitive law books. His research has also appeared in the media in both English and Hebrew and is taught at Universities around the world, including at Columbia, Yale and the University of Victoria.
Dr. Ido Katri
2021-Present - Tel Aviv University, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Science
2016 - University of Toronto, Instructor, Women and Gender Studies Institute
2020 SJD Toronto University
2015 LL.M., Toronto University
2011 LL.B Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Research Interests and Teaching
Administrative Law, Equality and Anti-Discrimination, Gender and Sexuality, Human and Civil Rights, Social and Economic Rights, Welfare, and Critical Theories (Trans, Queer, Feminist, Critical Race).
Awards and research grants
University of Toronto Women's Rights Fellowship (2014)