Dunstan Dialogue 2017 Dr Helen Szoke
Gender, Human Rights and the Private Sector
Dr Helen Szoke, CEO of Oxfam Australia spoke about the work Oxfam is doing in this area, advocating with private sector organisations for improved human rights in a range of communities. She is a strong advocate for foreign aid and international development, human rights, gender and race equity.
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