Fowzul Insaf Nizam

Specialist on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, International Labour Organization

Insaf Nizam is the Specialist on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work at the International Labour Organization’s South Asia sub-Regional Office in New Delhi.

He started his career in Education and moved on to work in crisis programmes joining an international NGO in 1999. He joined UNICEF in 2003 and worked in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, and in 2015 joined ILO Jordan, leading its Child Labour programme. From 2016 to 2018 he served as Senior Technical Officer for Crisis and Fragile Situations at ILO’s Headquarters until 2018.

A national of Sri Lanka, he holds a Master’s in Development Studies and Public Policy, and a Diploma in Governance.

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