Iain Levine is deputy executive director, programme, at Human Rights Watch, overseeing the organization's research and reporting work. Levine's field experience includes more than 10 years in Sudan and Mozambique working on humanitarian programs with particular emphasis on protection of children and other civilians. He has also worked as Amnesty International's representative at the United Nations and UNICEF's chief of humanitarian policy and advocacy. He is a graduate of Hull University and the London School of Economics.
Will technology transform the human rights movement?
March 26, 2014
By: Iain Levine
Even as technological developments threaten human rights, they create new opportunities for activism. But there are risks, suggesting a ‘do ...