Iain Guest

Iain founded AP in 2001 after many years of writing about and working with civil society in countries in conflict. He was a Geneva-based correspondent for the London-based Guardian and International Herald Tribune (1976-1987); authored a book on the disappearances in Argentina; fronted several BBC documentaries; served as spokesperson for the UNHCR operation in Cambodia (1992) and the UN humanitarian operation in Haiti (2004); served as a Senior Fellow at the US Institute of Peace (1996-7); and conducted missions to Rwanda and Bosnia for the UN, USAID and UNHCR. Iain recently stepped down as an adjunct professor at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, where he taught human rights.



Podcast – Remembering the Disappeared in Argentina

31 Aug

From Horror to Recovery: Iain Guest from The Advocacy Project discusses the lessons from Argentina with Ariel Dulitzky, whose family lost two members to the disappearances. Ariel teaches law at the University of Texas and was the first Argentinian to serve on the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances. Iain is the author of “Behind the Disappearances – Argentina’s Dirty War on Human Rights and the United Nations.”

 

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Posted Aug 31st, 2020

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