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Ariunzaya Bayarsaikhan (Mongolian) has graduated University of Tokyo , majoring in public law in 2010.Since then, she worked in National Center Against Violence in Mongolia for some time as research assistant.T
Ariunzaya enrolled Masters’ student at the 2012 United Nations University (UNU) Institute for Sustainability and Peace and she has completed the Intensive Core Courses ‘International Peace and Security’ and ‘Global Change and Sustainability’ that took place in September - October 2012 in Tokyo, Japan.
Now, she is doing research on legal aspect of mining operation in developing countries and its impact on environment and human right.
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