Michael J. Horowitz

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Michael J. Horowitz

"As senior fellow and director of the Hudson Institute’s Project for Civil Justice Reform and its Project for International Religious Liberty, Mr. Horowitz was among the first public intellectuals to raise awareness about the persecution of Christians in the Sudan. He has been a leader in the movement to reform U.S. government policy on human rights, promoting Congressional legislation on religious freedom in the Sudan, human trafficking, North Korea, and prison reform. Mr. Horowitz has also done extensive work promoting democracy in Eastern Europe, Cambodia, and Vietnam. He earned his LL.B. from Yale Law School." [1]

External links

  • "Biography", Human Rights Foundation, Accessed December 2006.

Resources and articles

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  1. History, China Aid Association, accessed June 29, 2008.