Human Rights and International Affairs: How Can the International Community Right Wrongs?
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Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, The Netherland
Christophe Kamp is the Ambassador of the Netherlands to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
He has over 25 years of experience as an international civil servant and diplomat of the Netherlands Foreign Ministry and the European External Action Service in Europe and Africa. Prior positions include Director of the office of the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities, Deputy Permanent Representative of the EU to the OSCE, Spokesperson for the Netherlands Foreign Minister and for the Minister for Development Cooperation and European Affairs, and Head of the Political Section of the EU Delegation to the African Union.
Before joining the Netherlands Foreign Ministry in 2001, Kamp worked at the UN Department of Political Affairs in New York, as a human rights observer with the UN Human Rights Field Operation in Rwanda and with Conflict Management Group, an NGO dedicated to negotiation and conflict resolution.
Kamp has a Master's in Political Science from Leiden University and a Master's in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School.