Legal expert launches Remedy Project to tackle forced labour in Asia’s supply chains

//Legal expert launches Remedy Project to tackle forced labour in Asia’s supply chains

Legal expert launches Remedy Project to tackle forced labour in Asia’s supply chains

After working for seven years as a corporate lawyer in London, Archana Kotecha, who is originally from Mauritius, decided to apply for a job with the United Nations refugee agency. That was when she fell into the world of human rights “by accident”.“I went there and it was the first time I understood that there was something called ‘lawyering for a good cause’,” she said. “Using your skills and knowledge to make a difference to someone’s life is indeed something incredible and that got me…

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