Daniel Ogunniyi

Research Fellow in Anti-Slavery Legislation and Governance, University of Nottingham

Dr Daniel Ogunniyi works at the University of Nottingham's Rights Lab (Law and Policy Programme), analysing the domestic implementation of international obligations concerning slavery, human trafficking, and related forms of exploitation around the world.

He currently is contributing to an expansion of a database of domestic legislation and international obligations of all UN Member States in this area. This expansion includes an analysis of labour rights and decent work; migration and refugees; children’s rights and child exploitation; and victim support and redress frameworks. His research background is human rights law, including the complexities of implementing child labour treaties in Africa and the persistence of slavery and child trafficking in the region.

He previously worked at the UNICEF Office of Research in Italy and the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Experience

  • –present
    Rights Lab Research Fellow in Anti-Slavery Legislation and Governance, University of Nottingham