David Griffiths is an associate fellow of the International Law Programme and a consultant on human rights strategy. He is also a member of the OSCE’s Panel of Experts on Freedom of Religion or Belief.
Previously, David worked at Amnesty International as director of the Office of the Secretary General, and, before that, as that organization’s deputy director for Asia where he began the process of establishing a regional office in Sri Lanka.
He began his human rights career in field research and advocacy on freedom of religion and minority rights in South and Southeast Asia. He holds degrees from the University of Oxford and SOAS University of London.
|Consultant on human rights strategy (Chatham House, HRW, EU Fundamental Rights Agency)
|Panel of Experts on Freedom of Religion or Belief, OSCE
|Director (previously Head), Office of the Secretary General, Amnesty International
|Policy and Advocacy Committee, Freedom From Torture
|Transitional Lead, South Asia Regional Office, Amnesty International