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Tuesday, February 14 • 11:30am - 12:15pm
Contribution of development and human rights to the global commitment to leave no one behind

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Nicholas Booth

Policy Advisor for Governance, Human Rights and Access to Justice, UNDP

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Paul Hunt

Chief Commissioner, New Zealand Human Rights Commission
A national of Aotearoa and UK, Paul Hunt studied law at Cambridge University and Waikato University.He has lived, and undertaken human rights work, in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Aotearoa.For more than a decade, Paul served as an independent human rights expert for the United... Read More →
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Gerel Dondovdorj

Member of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Ms. Gerel Dondovdorj, from Mongolia, works for the Mongolian National Federation of the Blind as the president. She lost her sight while studying at the university. But she continued her studies and graduated from the Law School of the Mongolian National University as a lawyer. She... Read More →
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Matthew Johnson-Idan

Senior Economist UN Resident Coordinator’s Office, Lao People's Democratic Republic
Matthew Johnson-Idan is the Senior Economist in the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office in Lao PDR. His work supports the UN Country Team in implementing new and more integrated ways of working in line with the reform of the UN development system. He works on national planning, financing... Read More →
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Navanita Sinha

Head of Office, UN Women, Nepal
Navanita Sinha is the Head of Office (ai), UN Women Nepal Country Office. She has over fifteen years of experience of working on issues of women’s rights and gender equality across the Asia-Pacific region. She has extensive experience in strategy development and policy advice; results-based... Read More →
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Chandra Tripura

Executive Council member, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP)
Chandra Tripura is a young enthusiastic human rights activist and social entrepreneur from the Tripura Indigenous Community of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT), Bangladesh. She has completed her Master in Sociology and Social Policy from Dhaka University. Ms. Tripura is a professional... Read More →

Tuesday February 14, 2023 11:30am - 12:15pm GMT+07
Conference Room 4, ESCAP