Michael Gibb is a freelance writer and journalist. He was previously the coordinator of the UN Panel of Experts on South Sudan and investigated conflict finance for Global Witness, an international NGO. He has a PhD in Philosophy from Oxford University.
I have books on chopping wood, baking bread and butchery. But what do I really know if I never set foot in the forest?
Human rights and justice
The idea of the ‘supply chain’ shackles how we think about economic justice. What forces could new metaphors unleash?