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Kanae Doi

Japan Director, Human Rights Watch
Kanae Doi, Japan Director, works to encourage the Japanese Government to prioritize human rights in its foreign policy and practices. She also works on media outreach and the development of Human Rights Watch's profile in Japan.
Prior to joining Human Rights Watch in 2006, she worked as a practicing attorney, based in Tokyo. Her practice included refugee law, immigration law, constitutional law and criminal defense, and she frequently gave media interviews and published on these issues in the Japanese press from the perspective of international human rights law. Doi received her law degree from the University of Tokyo and her Master's degree in the International Studies from the New York University School of Law. She speaks English and Japanese
Global Japan
JUL 25, 2017

Kanae Doi: Human Rights and Japan

Kanae Doi of Human Rights Watch shares the latest on human rights in Japan.

Global Japan
JUN 14, 2012

Frontlines of Humanitarian Crises – Part2

The MBA Program at GLOBIS University held a Special LUNCH TIME Professional Seminar on Monday, May 28. The guest speaker was Mr. Peter Bouckaert, Director, Emergencies, Human Rights Watch, a leading independent organization dedicated to defending and protecting human rights globally.

Global Japan
JUN 13, 2012

Frontlines of Humanitarian Crises – Part1

The MBA Program at GLOBIS University held a Special LUNCH TIME Professional Seminar on Monday, May 28. The guest speaker was Mr. Peter Bouckaert, Director, Emergencies, Human Rights Watch, a leading independent organization dedicated to defending and protecting human rights globally.