Vincent Ploton (he/him) is Director of UN Treaty Body Advocacy at the International Service for Human Rights, and a member of the Advisory Boards of the Oxford Journal of Human Rights Practice, and the Land Rights Now coalition. He has worked and supported civil society engagement with UN human rights mechanisms for the last fifteen years. His original background is in the humanitarian field. He can be followed on twitter @vplotonEspanol | French | Arabic |
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