On Tuesday, 11 November, at 13:00 Douglas Wake, senior diplomat and educator, will give a public lecture at Riga Graduate School of Law on the Human Dimension of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). Lecture is organised in the framework of the Master course "Changing European Human Rights Law".
Lecture will take place at RGSL, Strēlnieku iela 4k-2, room W-23 (2nd floor). Lecture is open to external participants.
Douglas Wake is senior diplomat, international civil servant and educator with career focused on human rights, democracy, development, conflict prevention and post-conflict stabilization. Currently spending three months engaged in research, writing and teaching in association with the think-tank and academic community in Riga, Latvia.
He have extensive experience in multilateral engagement through the United Nations and the OSCE and direct United States Government efforts to enhance security and promote successful political and economic transitions, especially in post-conflict and post-Communist states. Served from 2009 to 2013 as a top manager of OSCE/ODIHR, the main democracy and human rights institution of the world's largest regional security arrangement.