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LinaCropLina TAY is deputy director of the WSD HANDA Center’s programs in Cambodia. He holds a Master of Laws degree in Public International Law from the Transnational Laws and Business University, Republic of Korea. During his field study in Europe, Lina visited prominent international courts such as the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the International Criminal Court, and the International Court of Justice. This sparked his interest in international crimes, especially the ECCC’s Case 002. Lina obtained a Bachelor of Law with National Scholarship from the Royal University of Law and Economics in 2011.

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Somaly pictureSomaly KUM is a project officer with the WSD HANDA Center’s programs in Cambodia. She holds a Master of Laws Degree in Public Law from the Royal University of Law and Economics. Somaly previously worked as an intern and a program assistant to Khmer Rouge Trial Justice Project and Land & Natural Resources Rights Project for Cambodia Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) since 2010. She also obtained two different Bachelor’s degrees in Accounting from the National University of Management (NUM) and in Management from Preah Kossomak Political Institute in 2012.

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Daniel MATTES is a consultant with the WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights at International Justice. He recently earned a Masters of Sciences Degree in global politics and global civil society from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He completed a dissertation analyzing the transnational activist response to capital-led rubber development in Cambodia’s Ratanakiri Province.  Daniel is originally from the United States, and he has monitored Case 002 in different roles with KRT Trial Monitor since 2012. He holds a B.A. from Stanford University in International Relations and Italian, with Honors from the Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law.

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Caitlin McCAFFRIE is a consultant with the WSD Handa Center from Adelaide, Australia. She recently graduated with First Class Honours in International Studies from the University of Adelaide, where her thesis focused on French colonialism and France’s military intervention in Mali. She also holds a double Bachelor’s degree in Arts and International Studies, majoring in French, Chinese and politics. Prior to joining the AIJI team, Caitlin undertook internships with the Cambodian Center for Human Rights and United Nations Office for Project Services in Phnom Penh, and the Australian Permanent Mission to the United Nations in Geneva.

 

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THY Lyly is a national intern-monitor who is currently a fourth-year student majoring in Bachelor of Law at Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia and also third-year student of French Department (B.Ed.) at the Institute of Foreign Languages. Lyly also participated in moot court at the 7th International Committee of the Red Cross moot competition. She is interested in social and justice research. 

 

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Sivutha TAN is a national intern-monitor who is currently a fourth-year undergraduate student majoring in law at Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE). He is passionate about both English teaching and legal writing. He describes working at the WSD HANDA Center as a great opportunity.

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