Layne Hofman

Researcher-Advocate (Human Rights and Inequalities)

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Layne is the Researcher-Advocate in Human Rights and Inequalities where she contributes to Tax Justice Network’s strategic work on the intersections of tax justice & human rights along with overlapping economic and social inequalities. Layne studied Political Science and Human Rights at Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. She has experience in NGO project management and advocacy from her previous work on the civil society report for the Universal Periodic Review of the United States, as well as from her time spent at Population Services International supporting public health programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean and her previous role at Tax Justice Network as Project Manager specifically supporting networking, research, and advocacy on a variety of topics in tax justice and financial secrecy in Latin America and Africa.

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