Naresh Perinpanayagam (born 1980) is an advisor in the office of United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in New York. He is a lawyer from New Zealand. Prior to moving to the New York headquarters in 2011, he worked as a human rights investigator with the UN peacekeeping operation in South Sudan from 2008-2009, and supported High Commissioner Louise Arbour’s work in Nepal in the human rights office in Geneva from 2005-2007. He studied at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) for a Master of Public Administration (Class of 2018) with the merit-based Francis Bator Public Service Scholarship, which honors Francis M. Bator, Emeritus Professor and founding chair of HKS Public Policy Program.
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