Halidou Ouedraogo

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Mr Halidou Ouedraogo "is a world known Activist who belongs to several Human Rights organizations throughout the world. He is currently the President of the Inter-African Union for Human Rights and the President of the Burkina Faso Human Rights Movement. He is a teaching fellow at the René Cassin Institute for Human Rights in Strasbourg where he also serves in the Board of Directors. Mr Ouedraogo also teaches at the University of Ouagadougou. He has worked for the United Nations as a consultant on Human Rights and HIV/AIDS in several countries including Rwanda, Togo Burundi and Benin He is the author of several publication on Human Rights and has participated in several Human Rights conferences in Africa and Europe. He holds a degree in Law from the University of Poitiers, France." [1]

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  1. Board of Directors, Open Initiative for West Africa, accessed September 27, 2007.