Hassan Sesay brings years of experience as a lead paralegal with Timap for Justice from 2009 to 2013, where he first began as a community paralegal in 2007. As lead paralegal, Hassan coordinated paralegal work country-wide. He also served as a Project Supervisor at the district level of Timap’s Community Mediation Programme. Throughout his career, he has worked in cases involving agro-based and mining companies, and advocated on behalf of vulnerable communities to achieve respect for human rights principles. Sesay holds a degree (Hons.) in Agricultural Economics from Njala University.
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