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Sikho Luthango, Mphil.

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Sikho Luthango is a Public Policy Analyst specializing in Southern Africa´s mineral resource governance and global governance of commodity supply chains from an eco-feminist perspective. Her research expertise also include human rights due diligence across the supply chain. She works extensively on the political developments around the United Nations Binding Treaty of Business and Human Rights and observes the Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights negotiations of the Intergovernmental Working Group at the Human Rights Council in Geneva.

Short Curriculum vitae

Since 08/2022 Fellow, research division Africa and Middle East, research project »Transnational Governance of Sustainable Commodity Supply Chains«

2018-07/2022: Labour and Economy Programme Manager Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Johannesburg

2019: Master of Philosophy in Public Policy and Administration, Cum Laude, University of Cape Town

2017: Visiting South African Institute for International Affairs (SAIIA) and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) Research Scholar, Cape Town

2016- 2017: Bachelor of Social Science Honours in Public Policy and Administration, University of Cape Town.

2011- 2015: Bachelor of Social Science in Political Studies and Public Policy and Administration, University of Cape Town

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