Since you follow tech and policy, you’ve seen the paroxysms of policy preferences of Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk. I don’t often share my own views via the platform for a number of reasons – first among them, just being real, I don’t have many unique insights. Some of us are also not wired professionally to fire off a tweet. A friend in tech and policy tagged me a few weeks ago on a governance and human rights question regarding Twitter, so I planned a carefully-worded tweet thread to share my view, for what it might have been worth. And then events overtook it all anyway because of course…it’s Twitter.
One of the many virtues I most value(d) about Twitter include(d) the activism, advocacy, and expression that happens on the platform. Hearing the voices of those who fight racism and antisemitism, those who advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, those who struggle for human rights, rule of law, and democracy – that’s powerful and it informs, teaches, and inspires. For personal and professional reasons I’ve followed events in Iran, especially in the past three months since the murder of Mahsa Amini and the ongoing state violence against the Iranian people. Twitter is, in my view, the most important place to learn about what’s happening inside Iran for those of us on the outside. The documentation of human rights abuses by the state and its proxies, the bravery of citizens in this women-led movement that’s inexorably becoming a revolution, we see that on Twitter.
One of the many small virtues of Twitter you might not be familiar with is the newsletter platform Revue, acquired by Twitter in 2021. In fact, if you’re reading this, you’re using the Revue platform. We just received notice from Twitter that Revue will be shut-down (sunset is the kinder, gentler verb they use in Silicon Valley) mid-January 2023. So this will be the last issue of this digital rights careers newsletter on this platform. Special thank you to my colleague Rebeca Joy West, who grew this newsletter from 0 subscribers to 1500+ in less than a year. But, we are sticking around and the newsletter will continue. We’ll send a note in the coming weeks to let you know where we’ve moved so you can continue to explore internships, fellowships, and jobs at the intersection of tech, policy, law, and human rights.
There’s so much more to say about Twitter, there’s so much at stake for so many, in particular for those whose voices have been marginalized not just in the online world but structurally and systemically in the offline world. And since you’re reading this newsletter because you’re interested in careers at the intersection of technology, policy, law, and human rights, I’ll leave you with a tweet. #BeTheCat in the face of the squawking and pestering movements of the bird(site). Be steady, we need you.You can continue to follow the not so many things I have to say, including about jobs in this field, on Twitter at twitter.com/MichaelSamway, on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/MichaelSamway, on Mastadon at indieweb.social/@MichaelSamway, and on Post at post.news/MichaelSamway. I’m not sure our next newsletter platform will allow photos, and we’ve saved pennies by using my sea-side photos. You can check out more of those on Instagram at instagram.com/everglades.mike.
One important voice I still hear from on Twitter (and you can too, most often in Spanish) is Carolina Botero, Executive Director of Fundación Karisma, a civil and digital rights organization in Colombia. Carolina’s also a regular contributing writer to El Espectador, and if you read Spanish I highly recommend everything she pens. Her pieces are always smart, thoughtful, and advocacy-centered. In addition to reading what she posts online, I’ve been lucky to have been on panels with Carolina and have worked with her on projects in Latin America, and she is a star advocate, thinker, writer, and leader regionally and internationally. In the Q&A, she tells you a little about her own path to digital rights advocacy work, and I’m sure you’ll find useful personal and professional lessons in her replies. I hope you’ll follow Carolina’s work.
The Business and Human Rights Group
Carolina is the executive director of the Colombian civil society digital rights organization Karisma Foundation. She is a researcher, lawyer, lecturer, writer and consultant on topics related to law and technology. She also works for a world where human rights and social justice guide the development and deployment of technology.
Under her leadership, Karisma won the Index Censorship Freedom of Expression in the category of digital activism (2019). She was appointed as an international expert for the UNESCO recommendation on Open Science (2021). She holds a master's degree in international law and cooperation (VUB - Belgium), and a master's degree in Business and Contracting Law (2006, UAB - Spain).
Carolina is a member of the Board at Creative Commons and writes frequent Op Ed in local media El Espectador and La Silla Vacía.
What are some of the most formative periods or events in your life that shaped your work in technology and human rights?
I had completed all the coursework for my master’s degree and was working on my thesis. At the same time, my husband received a scholarship to study in Europe; after careful consideration, we decided to leave Colombia to live and study for a period. I used this move as an opportunity to shift my academic and professional focus, and I chose to study free software, especially the GNU General Public License. Previously, I had been a lawyer at the Bogota Stock Market, and this new path was a huge change in my career and in my life.
During this period, I also connected with the Creative Commons licenses, and especially with the nascent Creative Commons community, the free culture movements and free software groups. Over the course of three years, I learned to navigate those very generous free and open communities and to participate in the online forums and some of the in-person gatherings. I was able to learn by immersion about how to look at intellectual property from a public interest perspective and use that capacity in my own context by understanding its nuances and complexities.
It was an eye-opening experience that allowed me to transform my professional focus and become an open culture advocate first but, most importantly, a human rights advocate in the digital landscape. I started with access to knowledge, and I have never stopped learning.
Who are some people or an individual you’ve met during your work in digital rights that have had profound influence on your work? And in what way?
Eben Moglen, Lawrence Lessig, Lawrence Liang, and Ana Maria Ochoa all have influenced my work. Their way of addressing the legal challenges that digitization was posing was new for me, it involved thinking outside the box and was novel especially as applied in a country like Colombia. More recently, Mariano Fossati, Anne Clinio, and Agustina del Campo have helped me understand and address new challenges in this field.
What are some of the principles that guide you in this field or in life more broadly?
Empathy and respect, which are central in the multi-stakeholder approach to problem-solving. I also try to look at the other side of the coin when dealing with policy issues. To understand complex topics, including tech issues, and the impacts they produce in society, it is important to listen to all points of view, to hear-out others, and to view the same issue from different perspectives. If policies are oriented around only one perspective, they inevitably miss key issues or fail to account for certain specific challenges.
Building bridges with people that think differently or have other backgrounds is a key for me too. Also important is to listen carefully and with interest. This by no means implies not having and defending our own positions. Being an assertive and decisive person, explaining your views, and making yourself heard is also important, especially when you are a woman and spaces are more difficult to access.
What’s a specific event when you feel like your team’s or organization’s work was able to make a significant impact in the field of digital rights?
A biology student was accused of a criminal offense of violating intellectual property – an offense that had a sanction of 4 to 8 years of prison – just because he shared a master's thesis on the internet so that his fellow biology students could read it. Karisma stood beside him during four years of trial, until the final decision absolved the student and the judge determined there is no criminal offense if there is no economic profit intention and that among scientists there is a culture of sharing that the author himself practiced.
The maximalist copyright approach that exists in Latin America concentrates power in the defense of rights holders without any consideration whatsoever of the public interest. Users’ rights, science development, cultural impact on society, etc. are completely neglected from the policy landscape. As a result, we have strict rules that are not always followed by people; but that also means that many developments are at risk since institutions have strong liability burdens. Diego's case was a significant judicial decision to bring some balance in this field and remind us that copyright policies that anti-piracy measures without balance are harmful.
What are some ways you think the digital rights field can become more diverse, inclusive, and equitable in its composition, policy topics, and advocacy?
Digital rights was a good way to define a trend which, due in part to the Covid-19 pandemic and the furthering of a digital transformation, has transformed itself into another layer of human rights overall. It is a layer because it often requires a tech-focused approach. It relies on specific characteristics introduced by technology; but, as more and more people, organizations, and advocates learn about and come to understand the specifics of the field itself, the stakeholders involved in the field are becoming more and more diverse.
This comes with its own challenges, as many consensus-based agreements that we thought were achieved in the digital rights community will be challenged again and we will need to explain and discuss them once again.
For undergraduate or graduate students reading this, what type course or activities (e.g., internships, summer jobs) do you think might be most helpful as they contemplate careers in digital rights?
Thinking from a Latin American perspective, where internships and summer jobs are not abundant, I would say to students that you should identify the civil society organization that works on these topics and follow them, participate in their public activities and workshops, read, ask, and seek-out internship opportunities. Also, engage in the community at media labs, free software groups, or other communities such as creative commons, internet society or wikipedians. This also a great way of learning and engaging in the space.
For current practitioners in the field of digital rights, what are some considerations when deciding whether to change sectors, say from civil society to the private sector or vice versa?
I do not have much experience on this topic, but it is an issue in the field as the learning curve is very high so it is often the case that civil society loses when one of us goes to the private sector. However this comes with a gain when that person is able to bring the public interest views and positions to a higher level within the private or public sector where decision making processes take place.
How do you continue doing what you do, pushing and advocating for human rights?
This is now an essential part of my life, I cannot imagine a different way.
What are three books, podcasts, albums, poems, works of art, etc. that you’d recommend to people interested in working in digital rights?
El enemigo conoce el sistema, Marta Peirano.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. (I think it communicates complex topics in a clear way.)
El Clip (data journalists that work on Latin American stories, often about technology)
Education and Communities Coordinator - Myanmar, Part-Time | Access Now
Policy Analyst (East Asia) | Access Now
Senior Policy Counsel, Surveillance, Privacy, and Technology | ACLU
Staff Attorney, Technology and Civil Liberties | ACLU of Northern California
SUMMER 2023 Democracy & Civic Engagement Internship | ACLU of Northern California
Product Policy Lead | Anthropic
Associate Director, Technology Policy | Anti-Defamation League
Gaming and New Technologies Researcher | Anti-Defamation League
Program Associate, Center for Technology and Society | Anti-Defamation League
Research Assistant, Center for Technology and Society | Anti-Defamation League
Senior Program Manager, Center on Extremism | Anti-Defamation League
EU Advocacy Officer | Article 19 (Belgium)
Programme Manager - Asia Pacific | Article 19 (Southeast Asia)
Law and Policy Team Assistant | Article 19 (UK)
Specialist, Digital Consumer Rights | Consumers International (UK)
Policy Director | Data & Society Research Institute
Program Manager | Digital Infrastructure Fund
Deputy Director of Policy and Advocacy for Technology and Democracy | Freedom House
Freedom in the World 2023–24 Junior Fellowship | Freedom House
Policy and Advocacy Officer or Senior Policy and Advocacy Officer, Technology and Democracy | Freedom House
Spring Lifeline Internship | Freedom House
Executive Director | HURIDOCS
Communications Director | Institute for Security and Technology
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist | Internet Society
Program Specialist, Fellowships | Internet Society
Senior Advisor, Institutional Relations | Internet Society
2023 Board of Trustees Elections | Internet Society
Data Protection Specialist | Mercy Corps
Executive Director, Global Innovation Forum | National Foreign Trade Council Foundation
Policy Director, Open Technology Institute | New America
Senior Policy Counsel, Open Technology Institute | New America
Principal, Responsible Technology | Omidyar Network
Senior Manager, Strategic Communications (Responsible Technology) | Omidyar Network
Policy Enforcement Specialist | OpenAI
Product Policy Manager | OpenAI
Legal Officer | Privacy International (UK)
Multiple Positions | Public Knowledge
Program Officer | Social Science Research Council
Lead Program Officer, Community Resources (North Western Europe) | Wikimedia Foundation
Data Privacy Project Manager | The New York Times
Technology Reporter | POLITICO
PhD Position: Emerging Regulatory Framework for Algorithmic Decision Making in the Media | University of Amsterdam
PhD Researcher for a Project on Transforming Democratic Values in Algorithmic Media | University of Amsterdam
Postdoc CASMI | University of Amsterdam
Tech Policy Fellowship | UC Berkeley
Executive Director, Center for Freedom of Expression | University of Chicago
Silicon Flatirons Executive Director | University of Colorado Boulder
Director of the Bovay Program | Cornell University
DLI Initiative Director, Cornell Tech | Cornell University
Executive Director and Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Tech Policy Institute | Cornell University
The Siegel PiTech Faculty Impact Fellowship | Cornell University
PhD in Philosophy of Digital Technology | Delft University of Technology
Phd Position Safety and Quality Control of Algorithmic Systems in Clinical Decision Making | Delft University of Technology
Unique Fellowship for Top Female Academic Scientists – Technology, Policy & Management | Delft University of Technology
Two Post-Docs in Operationalizing AI Ethics | Delft University of Technology
Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor, Artificial Intelligence Initiative (Aii) | University of Central Florida
Professor & Eleanor Poynter Jamison Chair in Media Ethics & Press Policy | University of South Florida
Executive Director, Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation | Georgetown University
Fellow – Emerging Technology Supply Chains, Center for Security and Emerging Technology | Georgetown University
Program Coordinator, Institute for Technology Law & Policy | Georgetown University Law Center
Postdoctoral Fellowship (Research)-AI Manufacturing, Ethics, and Policy | Georgia Institute of Technology
Fellowship, Initiative for a Representative First Amendment, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and Harvard Law School Cyberlaw Clinic | Harvard University
Multiple Positions, Library Innovation Lab | Harvard University
2023-2024 Fellows, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society | Harvard University
2023-2024 Visiting Scholars, Berkman Klein's Institute for Rebuilding Social Media | Harvard University
PhD Scholarships in Digital Governance, Centre for Digital Governance | Hertie School
Data Economy Lab - Chair Professor / Professor of Practice / Professor / Associate Professor (at least 4 posts) | Hong Kong Baptist University
Ethical and Theoretical AI Lab - Chair Professor / Professor of Practice / Professor / Associate Professor (5 posts) | Hong Kong Baptist University
Assistant/Associate Professor - Center for Applied Data Science & Analytics (Interdisciplinary Hire) | Howard University
Postdoctoral Researcher in Race and Digital Politics (Asian-American Community Media) | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Executive Director, Emerging Technologies | Miami Dade College
Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow - AiLECS | Monash University
Part-Time Lecturer, Public Policy and Global Affairs | Nanyang Technological University
Associate Professor in Cyber Security | University of New South Wales in Canberra
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Technology, Digital Economies, and Privacy | Northeastern University
Open Rank Professor in AI and Social Justice | Northeastern University
Assistant/Associate Professor in Digital Culture Reporting | Northwestern University
Open Rank Tenure-Track Faculty Position: Artificial Intelligence, Data, and Public Governance | The Ohio State University
A post-doctoral researcher in Information Studies in the area of AI literacies: co-evolution of human competencies and artificial intelligence | University of Oulu
Associate Professor of Digital Technology and Public Policy | University of Oxford
Research Consultant, The Centre for Human Rights | University of Pretoria
Head of iLab | Radbound University
Postdoctoral Legal Researcher: Fair and Non-discriminatory AI | Radbound University
Endowed Professor in Cybersecurity | Rochester Institute of Technology
Professor, Information School-Ethics in CDI Cluster Hire | University of Winsconsin-Madison
Multiple Fellowship Positions, Information Society Project | Yale Law School
Legal Officer, European Centre for Algorithmic Transparency | European Commission (Belgium)
Researcher (multiple positions), European Centre for Algorithmic Transparency | European Commission (Multiple locations)
Director, Division for Freedom of Expression, Media Development and Media and Information Literacy | Unesco
Assistant Director, Latin America, Digital Forensic Research Lab | Atlantic Council
Deputy/Associate Director, Operations Digital Forensic Research Lab | Atlantic Council
Deputy Director, Technology Foresight and Resident Senior Fellow, GeoTech Center | Atlantic Council
Visiting Senior Fellow, Strategy, Digital Forensic Research Lab | Atlantic Council
Senior Policy Analyst, Technology Policy | Bipartisan Policy Center
Fellow / Senior Fellow (Education Technology), Center for Universal Education | The Brookings Institution
Fellowships | Electronic Privacy Information Center
Research Assistant | The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Vice President of Policy Research | Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue
Senior Digital ID Advisor | Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (Multiple Locations
Director of Operations | Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism
Executive Director | Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism
Online Safety Policy Development Director | Ofcom (UK)
Policy, Enforcement & Research 2023 | Ofcom (UK)
Congressional Innovation Fellowship | TechCongress
Senior Congressional Innovation Fellowship | TechCongress
Attorney Advisor (Data Protection Review Court Counsel), The Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties | U.S. Department of Justice
Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship | U.S. Department of State
Child Safety Researcher | Active Fence (Israel)
Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst - Russian Speaker | Active Fence (Israel)
2023 Intern - Trust & Safety Legal (JD) | Adobe
Senior Manager, Public Policy, California | Airbnb
Senior Manager, Public Policy, New York | Airbnb
Lead Counsel, Product, APAC | Airbnb (Singapore)
Senior Paralegal, APAC | Airbnb (Singapore)
Manager, International Regulatory Affairs & Licensing, Project Kuiper | Amazon
Public Policy Manager (12 months FTC) | Amazon (Sweden)
Content Moderation Team Manager - Ad Platforms | Apple
Data Privacy Specialist | Ardoq (Norway)
Privacy Consultant | Autodesk
Director of APJ Government Affairs and Public Policy | Autodesk (Singapore)
Head of Public Policy/ GR | Binance (Mexico)
Government Affairs | Binance (Vietnam)
Privacy Counsel | Block
Integrity Operations Manager - 9 month FTC | Bumble (Spain)
Safety Product & Integrity Services Director | Bumble (UK)
Senior Product Manager - Safety Experience | Bumble (UK)
Trust & Safety Specialist | ByteDance (Brazil)
Senior Manager, Community and Customer Advocacy | Calix
Product Counsel, Investing | Cash App
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection | Circle
Cybersecurity Public Policy Technical Researcher | Comcast
Sr. Product Policy Specialist, Revenue | Discord
Public Policy Manager | Dropbox
Product Policy Manager | DoubleVerify
Policy Lead, Trust & Safety | Epic Games
Senior Operations Manager, Content Policy and Escalations | Epic Games
Senior Manager I, Americas Public Policy & Advocacy | Etsy
Policy Associate | FiscalNote
Director and Policy Associate | Freedom Technologies
Abuse Analyst, Engagement, Trust and Safety | Google
Associate Product Counsel, Search Ads and Commerce | Google
Manager, Content Regulation, Government Affairs and Public Policy, Centers of Excellence | Google
Policy Enforcement Manager, YouTube Scaled Abuse and Monetization | Google
Program Manager, Transparency Reports, YouTube | Google
Product Manager - US Trust & Safety | Google
Program Manager III, Core, Privacy | Google
Program Manager, Transparency Reports, YouTube | Google
Senior Product Manager, Core Privacy, Safety, and Security | Google
Senior Product Manager, Policy Management | Google
Content Specialist Team Lead, Child Safety, YouTube | Google (Ireland)
Process Optimization Manager, YouTube Trust and Safety | Google (Ireland)
Public Policy Lead, YouTube (English, Japanese) | Google (Japan)
Head of YouTube Business Public Policy | Google (Singapore)
Manager, User Protection, Trust and Safety Ads | Google (Singapore)
Community Lead | Hinge (India)
Privacy Program Manager | HP
Program Manager, and ESG and Human Rights | IBM
Trust & Safety Specialist, Reconciliations (Contract) | Instacart
Government Affairs Director | Iron Mountain
Senior Director of Government Affairs | LeoLabs
Public Policy Manager | Lyft
Content Moderator (Mandarin), BPO - Content Moderation | Majorel (Malaysia)
Trust and Safety Specialist | Medely
Associate General Counsel, Global Privacy Incidents | Meta
Associate General Counsel, Product (Business Messaging) | Meta
Governance Manager, Marketing | Meta
Lead Counsel, Privacy (Instagram) | Meta
Vice President, Associate General Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary | Meta
Associate General Counsel Data Protection (Facebook) | Meta (Ireland, UK)
Associate General Counsel, Data Protection (Facebook) | Meta (Multiple Locations)
Legal & Corporate Affairs: Intern Opportunities for Juris Doctorate Students | Microsoft
Research Intern - Undergraduate | Microsoft
Summer 2023 Intern, Social Media Collective | Microsoft Research
Internships in AI Policy | NASSCOM Responsible AI Hub
Vice President, Data Privacy & Security | Netflix
Manager, Public Policy | Netflix (Korea)
Senior Global Privacy Counsel | Nike
Sr Dir, Head of NA Government Relations | PayPal
Sr Dir, Intl Government Relations Policy | PayPal
Corporate Counsel (Privacy & Product) | Picsart (UK)
Product Lead - Moderation | Quora
Data Privacy Counsel | Randstad (Japan)
Senior Product Manager, Safety | Roblox
Senior Product Manager, Online Safety | Rockstar Games
Program Manager, Office of Ethical & Humane Use of Technology (Policy Team) | Salesforce
Government Affairs Manager | Samsung Semiconductor
Public Policy Manager | Samsung Semiconductor
Senior Community Moderator | The Sandbox (France)
Director of Legal Operations | Snap Inc.
Manager, Trust & Safety Enablement | Snap Inc.
Senior Counsel | Snap Inc.
AI Data Privacy & IP Attorney | SonyAI
Democracy and Governance Senior Associate | Tetra Tech
Ad Policy Intern (Monetization Integrity) - 2023 Summer (Masters) | TikTok
Advertising Policy Manager | TikTok
Child Safety Team Analyst | TikTok
Content Safety Analyst | TikTok
Global Lead, Product Policy Research - Trust & Safety | TikTok
Law Enforcement Response Senior Analyst | TikTok
Policy Implementation Manager - Trust & Safety | TikTok
Privacy Operations Manager | TikTok
Privacy Paralegal/ Project Manager | TikTok
Responsible Innovation Lead, Platform Inclusion & Fairness - Trust & Safety | TikTok
Trust and Safety Team Lead | TikTok
User Insights Manager, Trust & Safety | TikTok
Senior Public Policy Manager | TikTok (Belgium)
TikTok E-commerce - Governance Policy Operations, Content & Creator Governance | TikTok (Brazil)
Global Head of High Harm Prevention | TikTok (Ireland)
Global Issue Policy Lead, Harassment & Hateful Behaviour | TikTok (Ireland)
Moderation Policy Quality Assurance Specialist - Spanish | TikTok (Ireland)
Quality Analyst - Swahili speaker | TikTok (Ireland)
Senior Legal Counsel (Content Moderation 5+ PQE) | TikTok (Ireland)
Advisor - Trust & Safety | TikTok (Mexico)
AI Data Project Management Operation (Safety Operations), Trust and Safety | TikTok (Singapore)
Cross Issue Policy Lead, APAC - Trust & Safety | TikTok (Singapore)
Head of Investigation APAC, Trust & Safety | TikTok (Singapore)
Head of Trust & Safety Operations, Partnership Management | TikTok (Singapore)
Senior Legal Counsel - Content Moderation APAC | TikTok (Singapore)
T&S Team Lead | TikTok (Turkey)
Senior Legal Counsel, Content Moderation | TikTok (UAE)
Content Moderation Team Lead | TikTok (Vietnam)
Digital Policy Internship | Tremau
Senior Specialist, Content Moderation & Integrity (Korean) | Tripadvisor (Singapore)
Public Policy Manager, Privacy & Cybersecurity | Uber
Head of Content Moderation | UpRoar Technologies
Senior Public Policy Manager | Verizon (Belgium)
Legal Counsel – Trust and Safety | Vinted (Germany)
Reporting Specialist - Privacy | Vodafone (Hungary)
EHOD: Ethics, Compliance & Privacy | Vodafone (Mozambique)
Legal Counsel | Vodafone (UK)
Trust & Safety Program Manager | Whatnot
Senior Public Policy Manager | Wolt (Israel)
Director, Policy Development | Zipline
Senior Public Policy Manager | Zoox
Ethics and Compliance Counsel | 3M (Mexico)
Multiple Positions | Oversight Board (Facebook)
Government Affairs Lead - U.S., State & Local | Crypto Council For Innovation
Policy & Corporate Counsel | Crypto Council for Innovation
Programme Manager - Digital Connectivity Forum | techUK (UK)
Team Lead/Consultant-Content Management | Accenture (India)
Senior Policy Manager EUK | Access Partnership (Belgium)
Associate Director or Senior Associate Director, Policy (Tech) | APCO Worldwide
Digital and Data Practice Area Senior Consultant | Dalberg (India)
Assistant Vice President - Content Moderation | Genpact (India)
AI Regulation and Public Policy Associate | Holistic AI
PwC Tech - Data Governance Lead | PwC
Associate Director / Director - EU Tech Policy | Taso Advisory (Belgium)
Human Rights Analyst | Wallbrook (UK)
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