Chris Jochnick is the Director of the Private Sector Department at Oxfam America. He co-founded and led two human rights organizations, the Center for Economic and Social Rights (NY) and the Centro de Derechos Economicos y Sociales (Ecuador), and was a corporate attorney at the Wall Street law firm, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. He teaches business and human rights at Harvard Law School.
Pauvreté et droits de l’homme : les tribunaux, avocats et militants peuvent-ils faire une différence?
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Poverty and human rights: can courts, lawyers and activists make a difference?
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