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Chea Vannath

Chea Vannath is President of the Center for Social Development, a Cambodian non-governmental organisation that seeks to influence public policy and promote good governance. She holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Portland State University.

David Ashley

David Ashley is a human rights monitor for the OSCE in Croatia. Between 1992 and 1998 he worked in Cambodia for UNTAC, the Ministry of Economics and Finance, and the UN Centre for Human Rights. His research and publications have focused on the Khmer Rouge and the Cambodian peace process.

David Chandler

David Chandler has written six books about Cambodia, the most recent being Facing the Cambodian Past (1996). He has taught at Monash University in Australia and as a visitor, at the University of Paris, the University of Wisconsin and the University of Oregon.

Dylan Hendrickson

Dylan Hendrickson, a former student of Prince Norodom Ranariddh, worked as an aide to FUNCINPEC from 1991-93. He completed an MPhil at the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex in 1995, and since then has worked as an independent research consultant for the British government and various UN agencies, NGOs and academic institutions. His research has focused on the political and humanitarian dimensions of international responses to armed conflict.

Dylan Hendrickson, a former student of Prince Norodom Ranariddh, worked as an aide to FUNCINPEC from 1991-93. He completed an MPhil at the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex in 1995, and since then has worked as an independent research consultant for the British government and various UN agencies, NGOs and academic institutions. His research has focused on the political and humanitarian dimensions of international responses to armed conflict.

Dylan Hendrickson, a former student of Prince Norodom Ranariddh, worked as an aide to FUNCINPEC from 1991-93. He completed an MPhil at the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex in 1995, and since then has worked as an independent research consultant for the British government and various UN agencies, NGOs and academic institutions. His research has focused on the political and humanitarian dimensions of international responses to armed conflict.

Francois Danchaud

Francois Danchaud has a background in law and political science and, as a journalist, has been writing on Cambodia since the mid-1980s. He worked with the French NGO Children of the Mekong in Cambodia from 1991-92 and returns regularly to the country to cover the political situation.

Jeremy Armon

Jeremy Armon is the outgoing Series Editor of Accord. Prior to joining Conciliation Resources in 1996, he worked on conflict issues in the Oxfam Policy Department and did research on conflict and governance at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, where he also obtained his MPhil. He now lives in Uganda.

John Brown

John Brown works at the Cambodian Mine Action Centre in Phnom Penh.

Laura Gibbons

Laura Gibbons is the incoming Series Editor of Accord. She joined Conciliation Resources from the Overseas Development Institute where she was for three years editor of the Relief and Rehabilitation Network. Prior to that she held a number of posts in EU and UK public policy organisations after obtaining a Masters Degree in political administration from the College of Europe in Bruges.

Mu Sochua

Mu Sochua has been a leading human rights advocate for over 25 years, and is a prominent member of Cambodia’s leading opposition party, the Sam Rainsy Party. She was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005 and touted by the New York Times in 2010 as ‘part of a new generation of women who are working their way into the political systems of countries across Asia and elsewhere’. Since her return to Cambodia in 1990 she has worked to promote women’s rights, founding Khemara – the first indigenous NGO in Cambodia. She has been influential on issues of human trafficking, child abuse, domestic violence, worker exploitation and corruption. She was appointed Head of the Ministry of Women’s and Veterans’ Affairs in 1998.

Sorpong Peou

Sorpong Peou is a Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore. He received his PhD in Political Science from York University, Toronto. His publications include Conflict Neutralisation in the Cambodia War: From Battlefield to Ballot-box (Oxford University Press, 1997). His forthcoming book will be entitled Foreign Intervention and Regime Change in Cambodia.

Yos Hut Khemacaro

Yos Hut Khemacaro worked with the United Nations Border Relief Operation from 1988-92 in Thailand as an adviser on educational and human rights programmes. He lived in France from 1973-86 and in Australia from 1986-88. He is now head of the Khmer Buddhist Foundation in France and lives in Cambodia where he works as an adviser to a range of Cambodian and international NGOs.

Yos Hut Khemacaro worked with the United Nations Border Relief Operation from 1988-92 in Thailand as an adviser on educational and human rights programmes. He lived in France from 1973-86 and in Australia from 1986-88. He is now head of the Khmer Buddhist Foundation in France and lives in Cambodia where he works as an adviser to a range of Cambodian and international NGOs.

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