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Godfrey O. Odongo A senior program officer with Wellspring Advisors—a New York-based private philanthropic advisory firm. He has previously served as research expert with Amnesty International’s International Secretariat and in a program advisory role with Save the Children, Sweden. An advocate of the High Court of Kenya, he holds a postgraduate diploma in law from the Kenya School of Law, a bachelor’s degree in law (LLB) from Moi University, Kenya; master’s in law (LLM) in human rights, from the University of Pretoria, South Africa; and a doctorate in law (LLD) from the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. His doctoral research focused on a comprehensive analysis of the extent to which recent African juvenile justice law reform processes comply with international children’s rights law. He is author of several journal articles, book chapters, and reports on a range of human rights issues.

 
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