Joshua Rosenzweig specializes in researching human rights abuses linked to Chinese companies, particularly in the garment and electronics supply chains.

He has worked on a variety of human rights issues in and related to China for more than two decades, including 13 years based in Hong Kong. As a member of Amnesty International’s Business & Human Rights team, he helped show how cobalt linked to human rights abuses in the DRC was entering supply chains linked to global electronics and automotive brands via Chinese companies.

Joshua has a PhD in Chinese Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, as well as degrees from the University of California, Berkeley, and Swarthmore College.