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Ross Holder (Ireland)

Dr. Ross Holder is an adjunct lecturer and post-doctoral researcher at Trinity College Dublin. His research and teaching interests center on the intersection of international human rights law and religion in Asia. Dr. Holder also acts as coordinator for the Trinity Human Rights and Religions Summer School (rightsandreligions.org), and has been involved in an advocacy capacity with a number of human rights NGOs including Amnesty International, Frontline Defenders and the Scholars at Risk Network on issues relating to academic freedoms, migrant rights, and freedom of religion or belief.

“On the Intersectionality of Religious and Racial Discrimination: A Case Study on the Applicability of ICERD with Respect to China‚Äôs Uyghur Muslim Minority,” in Religion & Human Rights, 27 March 2019.