Kevin Lo

Corporate Social Responsibility Advocate, Reprieve

Kevin Lo is a corporate social responsibility advocate for international human rights charity Reprieve.

Prior to joining Reprieve, Kevin worked with LGBT refugees and asylum seekers around the world, and led labor solidarity campaigns in Thailand, Indonesia, and the American South.

Kevin is a US lawyer by training, and studied at Stanford Law School.

Surveillance = Killing

Reprieve recently filed a complaint with the UK government regarding BT's role in facilitating surveillance that leads to killing. BT has persistently refused to come clean on its collaboration with intelligence agencies. We can only hope that the UK government can get from BT the answers we deserve.
06/11/2014 10:26 GMT

G4S' Guantánamo Contract is a British Embarrassment

The largest security services firm in the world, British company G4S, has accepted a £71million contract to run "base support operating services" at Guantánamo Bay... The UK government cannot turn a blind eye at a British company running a torture facility. The British public deserves an explanation.
08/09/2014 17:25 BST

BT Must Come Clean About Possible Drone Strikes Role

While justice will still seem a long way away for the victims of drone strikes, Q and A sessions like this at least give a glimmer of hope. It is deeply unfortunate that we live in a society where one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world can simply ignore concerns of its involvement in serious human rights abuses.
06/08/2014 12:00 BST