RWI Supported Researchers Presents Paper in Manila

Two RWI supported Cambodian researchers recently presented papers at the 14th ASLI Conference in Manilla – “A uniting Force? Asian values and the Law”. Kimsan Soy, who is the director of the Centre for the Studies of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) at Royal University of Law and Economics, which RWI has supported since its establishment, presented his…

First group of Students Graduate from RWI-supported Human Rights Master Programme in Cambodia

The first group of students of the Master Programme in International Human Rights Law at Pannasastra University of Cambodia (PUC) graduated on Tuesday after defending their Master theses following almost three years of hard studies. The four students, who all passed the oral defence and thereby have completed the whole Master Programme, were challenged with…

RWI-supported Researcher Publishes New Article on Khmer Rouge

Ratana Ly, who is a RWI-supported researcher at the Centre for the Study of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) at Royal University of Law and Economics, recently published an article titled “Prosecuting the Khmer Rouge: Views from the Inside”, published by the International Nuremberg Principles Academy. Ratana Ly has participated in numerous RWI initiatives, including the Institute’s…

Scholarships for Master in International Human Rights Law in Cambodia

Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) with financial support from Swedish Development Cooperation will provide up to 14 full scholarships and three partial scholarships for individuals to study the Master Programme in International Human Rights Law at PUC’s Faculty of Law and Public Affairs…