PROFILE: Felix Nana Kofi Ofori is a Human Rights activist

with an interest in promoting the wellbeing of people in developing countries.
Nana spends most of his time and expertise on improving the social and economic
development of young people through education in some of the remotest and
poorest parts of Ghana. His passion for human rights is truly inspirational and
forms the basis of his motivation to join REACT as one of its trustees and a
Legal advisor.

Current Undertaking

Currently Nana is a lecturer at the Brunel University,
teaching Business Law, International
Business Strategy, and Organisational Analysis.

Nana's research interest lies in International
Intellectual Property Rights law, where
he explores the impact of the Trips and Gats Agreements on access to Water and
Medicines in developing countries.

He holds a Ph.D. in International
Economic Law (WTO) from the University of the West of England (UWE) UK, MA
in International Relations &
International Law from the Oxford Brookes University, LLM in International
Trade Law, from Brunel University and an MBA in Marketing Communication from
the University of Leicester.

Nana has mentored young people on
the Claremont Plus project, from 2003-2004 in Islington, Taught Business, Trade
and Public International Laws at London City College from 2007-2010. He also
worked as a news reporter for Ghana’s Group of Communication Limited, The
Ghanaian Chronicle and Tema News Agency from 1998-2000 on chieftaincy issues.
He enjoys jogging, walking, reading political articles and listening to
political debates.

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