Aviva NABABAN has a background as an educator, researcher, interpreter and simultaneous intepreter. She has a Bachelor degree in Education and Masters degree in International Relations. She oversees AIJI’s KRT Trial Monitoring and Community Outreach Program, as well as the in-country Legal and Content Development Team of the Virtual Tribunal of the ECCC, a collaborative project between the ECCC, EWC, WCSC, and the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. Formerly the AIJI Head of Programs for Indonesia, Aviva will continue to be involved in a number of projects related to transitional justice and coordinate the execution of the organization’s programs in the country as well as liaising with various governmental and non-governmental institutions as partners and stakeholders in AIJI/EWC’s activities. She has specific interests in research and programs related to transitional justice, reform of the administration of justice system including by mainstreaming human rights, the upholding and enforcement of freedom of religion, as well as youth empowerment.