Our Trainers

The Diplomacy Training Program (DTP) draws upon some of the most respected and experienced human rights academics and practitioners in the region and beyond.

Their pro-bono contribution makes the work of the Diplomacy Training Program possible.  Their involvement is an affirmation of the value they see in DTP's work in building skills and knowledge in others, and of their commitment to empowering those who are doing the often difficult and dangerous work of defending and promoting human rights in their societies.

DTP is profoundly grateful to all those who contribute to its programs for their generosity in sharing their knowledge and experience.

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Ray Jureidini completed his doctorate in 1986 in economic and industrial Sociology at Flinders University in South Australia.

Azfar Khan is the Senior Migration Policy Specialist for the Arab States based at the ILO Regional Office in Beirut, Lebanon.  He has undertaken many assignments with the ILO, since joining the...

Emeritus Professor Redmond is currently the inaugural Sir Gerald Brennan Research Professor at University of Technology Sydney.

Mary Shanthi Dairiam is a Malaysian human rights and women's rights advocate and United Nations official.

Joshua Cooper is an academic in human rights law.

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