Apolitical Interviews Tendayi Achiume on Her Role as Special Rapporteur for U.N.

Assistant Professor Tendayi Achiume was interviewed by Apolitical on her achievement for being the first woman ever to hold the role as UN Special Rapporteur on Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance. “I really do believe in the value of global norms and campaigns. I think there’s immense value in having enforceable law at the international level that sets a baseline for how people should be treated everywhere,” stated Achiume.  

Professor Achiume was also interviewed on her role as United Nations’ Special Rapporteur for Yale Law School Today.

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