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Peter Bouckaert

Emergencies Director, Human Rights Watch
Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch's emergencies director and an expert in humanitarian crises, is responsible for coordinating the organization's response to major wars and other human rights crises.
A Belgian-born Stanford Law School graduate, specializing in the laws of war, Bouckaert is a veteran of fact-finding missions to Lebanon, Kosovo, Chechnya, Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Macedonia, Indonesia, Uganda, Sierra Leone, and many other war zones. Mr. Bouckaert's most recent assignments included investigating the September 28, 2009 stadium massacre and rapes in Guinea, the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah conflict, and the 2005 massacre of hundreds of protesters in Andijan, Uzbekistan. He has testified about war crimes before the United States Senate, the Council of Europe, and at the Yugoslav Tribunal (ICTY) in the Hague, and has written opinion pieces for papers around the world. His work has been profiled in Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, The Stanford Lawyer, and The Santa Barbara Independent Newspaper.
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.