Tomoya Obokata is a Japanese scholar who joined Keele University in 2012 as Professor of International Law and Human Rights. Previously he taught at Queen’s University Belfast (2006-2012) and University of Dundee (2004-2006). He holds BA in International Relations (University of Southern California), MA in Theory and Practice of Human Rights (University of Essex), LLM in International Criminal Law (University of Sussex) and PhD in Law (University of Nottingham). Prior to commencing his PhD degree, Professor Obokata worked for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Regional Office of Japan and the Republic of Korea (1999-2000).
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