Kei Otsuki
Kei Otsuki
Kei Otsuki is a research associate at United Nations University Institute for Sustainability and Peace. She works on transformative social change for sustainable development in Latin America, Asia and Africa. She is also an author for the new Routledge Studies in Sustainable Development Series.
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