Human Rights Workshop: Rayhan Asat, "Nowhere to Turn: The Tortured Path to Justice for the Uyghur People"

Rayhan Asat is a human rights lawyer who focuses on international human rights, atrocity prevention, the rule of law, civil liberties, corporate accountability, and international law. She has testified before parliaments around the world as well as before the US Congress on these subject matters. Rayhan advised the World Bank and OECD to design Human-Centered Business Integrity Principles. Currently she’s leading China portfolio of the Atlantic Council’s Strategic Litigation Project. As an attorney and policy advisor, Rayhan’s writing has also been published in many legal journals, and her opinions have appeared in Foreign Policy, The Wall Street Journal, NBC News, The Hill Magazine, and other prominent publications. Rayhan also commented…

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