Job Title: Legal Fellow
Organization: Human Rights Now (HRN)
Bio: Changho Kim is a lawyer admitted in Japan, and works as a fellow at Human Rights Now (HRN), a Tokyo-based international human rights organization.
He is in charge of HRN’s business and human rights projects and UN advocacy projects. He is a third-generation Korean living in Japan, and has actively involved in human rights issues in Japan with a special focus on ethnic and religious minorities. He is also a member of international human rights committee of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations.
He received BA in law from the University of Tokyo, and J.D. from the University of Chicago law school.