Join us for a Human Rights Fireside Chat with Daniel Mattes, an international consultant for the Center for Human Rights and International Justice on its Cambodia Programs.He has monitored war crimes cases in a variety of roles with the Center’s Khmer Rouge Tribunals Monitor since September 2012, and he has supported the Cambodia Programs’ ongoing outreach and research projects. He has co-authored publications related to Cambodia's transitional justice processes and the rule of law, including Policy Report on Women in the Law (2020), Another Trial (2018), Justice on Appeal (2017), critically analyzing the Case 002/01 Appeal Judgment, and ‘So We Can Know What Happened’: the Educational Potential of the ECCC (2017), presenting youth views of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC).Mattes graduated from Stanford in 2012 with his BA in International Relations and Italian, with Honors from the Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. In 2014, he received his MSc in Global Politics and Global Civil Society from the London School of Economics and Political Science, focusing on modern Southeast Asian political history, in particular. He also works closely with an emerging group of Cambodian filmmakers as a partner in the independent production company, Anti-Archive.With an understanding of processes in both government and non-governmental organizations, Daniel will discuss his experiences in Cambodia in regard to the ECCC and its legacy, particularly how the post-Khmer Rouge generation is dealing with their past.
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