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Jack Kincaid

Mr Jack Kincaid is a post-graduate law student studying a Juris Doctor at the University of New South Wales.

After completing his undergraduate degree in a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Sydney where he majored in Government and International Relations and Modern History, and prior to commencing his legal studies, Mr Kincaid worked as the Senior Project Administrator for the international development agency CUFA in Sydney, Australia.

At the agency, Mr Kincaid was tasked with implementing development projects focused on financial literacy and social-enterprise development throughout the Asia-Pacific region, particularly in Myanmar, Cambodia, Timor-Leste and Bougainville.

Mr Kincaid has also been a regular contributor and editor of The Global Enquirer, a global network of writers dealing with International Relations.

Articles by Jack Kincaid (1)

  • 12 Dec 2018 12:30
    Moves by countries such as Australia to adopt modern slavery laws are a small start in tackling a big global problem.