Sebastian Kohn is program officer for law and health with the Public Health Program. His work focuses on access to justice and health for sex workers in Central Asia, Europe, and Africa; as well as legal advocacy for Roma health rights in Europe. Kohn joined the Open Society Foundations in 2007, concentrating on nondiscrimination and statelessness. In his prior work, he addressed minority issues in Sweden and Egypt.
Based in the New York office, Kohn holds a master's degree in conflict, security, and development from King’s College London. He also has a bachelor’s degree in international relations and history from the London School of Economics.