Job Morris joined Natural Justice as a Community Environmental Legal Officer in 2020.
Job Morris has years of experience in development practice. He holds a Bachelor of Education and several other human rights qualifications that has prepared him to be a good representative for his people, the San of Botswana, and particularly the youth. Job has consulted for the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples Rights. He is also a former Indigenous Fellow of Natural Justice. His main areas of interest are indigenous peoples, human rights and leadership patterns that shape their everyday lives.
Job was born in Botswana. He is inspired by the struggle of his people as a minority in the country. While his childhood has a major effect on his work, he has experience of working regionally and internationally with organisations and individuals who pursue the same agenda of development. Job is a strong advocate of social justice, indigenous peoples’ movements, San youth, education and general issues that concern the San.