Dinner Seminar with Rayhan Asat
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About the Event
Open to Buckley Fellows
Rayhan Asat is a Yale World Fellow, human rights lawyer, and advocate. A graduate of Harvard Law School and former anti-corruption attorney at a major U.S. law firm, Rayhan specializes in international law, international human rights law, and compliance with best business practices. Her legal and policy work centers around enforcing international human rights norms, civil liberties, curtailing forced labor, and promoting corporate accountability. She advised the World Bank and OECD to design Human-Centered Business Integrity Principles. She works with civil society, diplomats, lawmakers, and businesses to address human rights concerns, especially the atrocities in Xinjiang. Rayhan has testified before the parliaments around the world including the Canadian House of Commons, the UK House of Commons, and the Lithuanian parliament.