Macduy Ngo
Consultant

Mac joined Ergon in 2017. Mac’s work has spanned a range of topic areas including modern slavery, decent work in a development context, and the intersection between sports and human rights.

His main areas of interest and expertise include:

  • Strategic and transaction-specific advisory to development finance institutions in the areas of labour and human rights
  • Advice and guidance to private sector clients on labour risks, compliance challenges, and international human rights standards
  • Support to international organisations in relation to their labour, human rights, or development programming.

Prior to joining Ergon in 2017 he practised as a lawyer specialising in labour, employment, and human rights. He holds a degree in history as well as law degrees from Dalhousie University and University College London.