an advocate for aids competence and human capacity development approach and processes, an international human rights lawyer of Oxford University UK and the International Labour Office-Geneva, and an open-minded researcher and learner
To advocate for concrete and practical application of the principles of human rights, non-discrimination and equality in the field of international development
I'm proud of:
My involvement with the team in Chiang Mai
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Nice to see you are now connected to this group which I believe you will enjoy very much. Must admit I couldn't help smiling when I read what you're proud of :-) Hope to hear of your experiences and your thoughts in the blogs some times, and to see you when you visit Chiangmai later in the year. When will that be?
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I see that you are in Geneva now :-) quite a change from New York. I hope you enjoy the mountains and the skiing
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