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Kathleen Ferrier is a (world)connector with strong cross-cultural communication skills. 

Born in Paramaribo, Suriname, she lived in Chili and Brazil, in the Netherlands and is currently living in Hong Kong.

Her work experiences include politics, international organisations, the United Nations, non-governmental organisations, academic institutions and international businesses. 

She worked in slum areas in big cities, with migrant communities in the Netherlands and Europe and served as a member of Dutch parliament for the Christian Democratic Party. 

Currently she lives in Hong Kong, where she works as an academic teacher and is involved in issues related to sustainability and human rights, such as fighting modern slavery.

She is appointed as Honorary Professor of the Global Practice of Human Rights, at the Asian University for Women in Bangladesh.

She is a co-founder of Bright Hong Kong.

She is a public speaker, master of ceremony and writer of columns and articles on international relations and politics with a focus on Hong Kong, China and South East Asia. 

You can follow her online, learn more about her and her expertise or you can get in touch with her directly.

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De waan(zin) van de dag
6 augustus jl, was ik in Hiroshima en stond aan de oever van de rivier waar duizenden mensen kleurige lampionnen te water lieten. Al die lampionnen droegen een boodschap van vrede. Vrede voor de stad Hiroshima, die op die dag exact 72 jaar geleden in...  |  read blog »
 
 
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