The Raoul Wallenberg Institute will host a lecture on the human rights implications of the bilateral resettlement agreement between Cambodia and Australia on Thursday 22 September 2016.
Ms. Ratana Ly is a researcher at the Center for the Study of Humanitarian Law, Cambodia. She is currently spending a month in Germany as a fellow at the International Nuremberg Principles Academy, and will be visiting RWI for four days. Ly will be giving a talk on her research, titled Regional responses to refugee arrivals in the Asia-Pacific: the human rights implications of Cambodia and Australia’s bilateral resettlement agreement, to which all are welcome!
Ly’s research interests are in refugee and migration law, international criminal law and international human rights law. She has written academic papers on contemporary human rights issues in Cambodia. Her currents papers are on the acceptance of the international criminal justice in Cambodia as part of her fellowship at the International Nuremberg Principle Academy, and a paper on Australia and Cambodia’s refugee agreement.
Date: 22 September 2016
Location: Beijing Conference Room, Raoul Wallenberg Institute, St. Gråbrödersgatan 17B