Macduy Ngo

Mac’s main areas of interest are:

• international labour law and human rights instruments
• discrimination issues in employment, including pay equity
• dispute resolution in the labour, employment, and human rights contexts
• collective labour relations

Mac joined Ergon in 2017. As a researcher, he has worked with clients on a range of projects involving international labour standards, domestic labour laws, anti-trafficking frameworks, and human rights due diligence.

Prior to his work with Ergon, he practised as a lawyer specialising in labour, employment, and human rights. In this capacity, he gained exposure to a wide range of industrial relations issues as well as alternative dispute resolution processes. He has also occupied public policy roles within government organisations. He holds a degree in history as well as law degrees from Dalhousie University and University College London.