Sital Dhillon is a Barrister and former British Diplomat, with extensive experience of working for The British Council and other International Organisations, including the UN, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and the Department of International Development.
His work has included assignments in Brazil, India, Afghanistan and Uganda. His project experience includes working on human rights programmes on behalf of Nelson Mandela and in managing international police and prison reform programmes across the world.
Governance and Politics
Department Of Law And Criminology
Development and Society
Cultural Relations & Human Rights`, Rio de Janeiro, 2007 (Speech)
The State of Democracy`, Brasilia 2006 (Speech & Publication)
Opposition and Democracy in South Africa`, Johannesburg 1994 (Speech & Publication)
Do Human Right's Travel? , 2010 Rio De Janeiro [Speech]
The Bar Council of England and Wales
Freedom of Information Panel (FCO)
Human Rights Committee (FCO)
British Council Management Association.
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