#1: Julian Aguon

Julian Aguon
March 14, 2013

Julian Aguon is a Pacific human rights lawyer and law scholar whose work centers on the rights of non-self-governing and indigenous peoples in international law. Having for years lived and worked in Guam and the surrounding islands of Micronesia, Julian commands intimate knowledge of the peoples, governments and legal systems of these small island states and thrives on working across legal, political and cultural landscapes. In this two-part episode, Marissa Knodel talks with Julian Aguon about his work on human and indigenous rights under international law - and about how he navigates his roles as a writer, activist and attorney.

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