The theme of this year’s BEN-Africa Conference 3-4 November is Society, Rights and Business Ethics. To address the complexity of the topic, one panel will focus on corporate responsibility towards marhinalised communities. Gatsinzi Justine, an independent consultant based in Rwanda will share his insights with delegates on this panel.
For 38 years of his professional life in service, Gatsinzi Justice served in socio-economic development field, in governmental and non-governmental institutions (International and National), and the first two years of entrance into career path as a high school teacher. He has been in Social Protection domain, as the head, since 2003 up to the retirement date. His country specific experience has been typically the East African (Rwanda, Uganda, and Kenya) where he served in different capacities. He has participated in many national and International Conferences/Workshops on Policy development, Social Protection, Climate Change Adaptation, Livelihoods Development and Graduation out of poverty.