STUDY & ENGAGEMENT: On-Site in Cambodia
One Day Seminar: “Deep Culture, Deep Structure in Cambodia – Religion & Nationality” Led by Emma Leslie - Director, Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, Cambodia
One Day Seminar: “Ecology, Economic and Sustainable Development: Discerning the Effect of Tonle Sap Lake.” On site in the floating villages of the Tonle Sap Lake communities, led by various boat/educational guides directed through the Osmose Ecological Project.
One Day Seminar: “Religion and Empire Building in Southeast Asia: The Significance of Angkor Wat” On site engagement at numerous religious sites in the Angkor Wat Complex of Temples. Educational engagement provided by personnel from British Research Team.
Half-Day Seminar: Choeung Ek Genocidal Centre – On-site experiential lecture and tour including the mass-graves and site of execution, and current memorial Stupor Followed by Media Presentation and Photographic exhibit and art tour at on-site museum.
Half-Day Seminar: Tuol Sleng Genocidal Museum. Of more than 14,000 persons imprisoned in Security Prison 21 “S-21), none escaped, and only 7 survived the torture they endured. Included engagement with 1 of 3 living survivors, Bou Meng.
Half-Day Seminar: “History of and Protest for Human Rights in Cambodia” At the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association ( ADHOC )Led by President Thun Saray
Half-Day Seminar: “Justice as Forgiveness through the Courts in Cambodia” At the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam ), formerly Yale University’s field office for the Cambodian Genocide program (CGP). Led by Youk Chhang, Director, DC-Cam.
Half-Day Seminar: “Establishment of the ECCC: Moving Forward through Justice” Engagement included tour of the court and chambers, at the Extraordinary Chamber in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC). Led by Lars Olsen
Half-Day Seminar: “Resolving Collective Labour Disputes.” At the Arbitration Council, Phnom PenhLed by Ann Vireak (Chief Arbitrator), Sonja Kim (Legal Advisor), & Rebecca Lee
Half-Day Seminar: “Government and the Garment Industry – Monitoring and Compliance” At the International Labor Organization (ILO). Led by Yim Pichimaliki, Head of Monitoring Team
Half-Day Seminar: “Perspectives on Labour Growth and Management in Cambodia” At the American Center for International Labor Solidarity (ACILS) office. Led by So Somalay
Half-Day Seminar: “How to assist in giving a better quality of life?” At the facilities owned and run by Make a Difference for Good in Siem Reap (MaD) Led by Phil Starling
Half-Day Seminar: “Experiences in Fishery Conflict Resolution” At the Fishery Action Coalition Team (FACT)Led by Heng Ratha including testimony and experience from 3 local representatives