ABOUT THE WRITER
Mayumi Sato is a junior journalist and human rights researcher based in the United Kingdom. She has several years of experience working with climate-vulnerable and conflict-affected groups in the field, including Syrian refugees in Canada, Indigenous hill tribes in Thailand, trafficked fishermen and sea slaves from Indonesia, and timber processing SMEs in Lao PDR. She has also been involved in Ministerial-level climate policy discussions on reforestation, illegal logging, and gender and social inclusion in NDCs. She is passionate about translating socially-minded research to actionable policy and programming, and has previously conducted research on FLEGT VPAs, racial injustices in carceral institutions, and older people's rights in low-income and middle-income countries. She will begin her PhD in Sociology as a Gates Cambridge Scholar at the University of Cambridge in 2021.
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