Yozo Yokota is an internationally renowned jurist and teacher of international law, international economic law and international human rights law. He is currently President of the Japanese Center for Human Rights Education and Training, Special Advisor of the Japanese Ministry of Justice, and a Member of the Committee of Experts of the International Labour Organization.
Prof. Yozo Yokota speaks about his experiences working with the UN in Myanmar (Burma), his thoughts on whether human rights are universal or culture specific, and the role of human rights in business. This interview was filmed at IAFOR’s Asian Business and Management Conference, 2013 (ABMC2013).
You can find a video of this interview below:
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