The KKF Research Team is made up of numerous KKF members internationally. They contributed tirelessly to this project. Also, below are the individual contributors for this book:
Ang, Chanrith is an Executive Director of Khmer Kampuchea Krom Human Rights Association in Cambodia.
Aylward, Alexandra isa research coordinator in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. She is currently researching human rights abuses in the context of torture; female genital mutilation; and the oppression of the Khmer-Krom peoples. Alexandra hopes that her contributions will enlighten people about the abuses committed by sanctioned governments.
Ciorciari, John D., Ph.D., is an assistant professor at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. He is also a senior legal advisor to the Documentation Center of Cambodia in Phnom Penh.
Cooper, Joshua, Ph.D., is the Director of The Four Freedoms Forum, a Think & Tactic Tank, focusing on a human rights framework rooted in America’s tradition of equality, dignity and justice. Cooper has served past decade as Director of the Hawai’i Institute for Human Rights connecting grassroots and global affairs through education, mobilization and realization of rights for citizens of the world. He serves on the Human Rights Task Force for the UNA-USA Board of Directors and also the Area Coordinator & Country Specialist for Amnesty International USA. Cooper is currently an Asia Pacific Leadership Program Fellow at the East-West Center in Honolulu and a lecturer at the University of Hawaii teaching classes focusing on International Human Rights Law and Ecological Justice. Cooper also lectures at the International Training Center for Teaching Peace and Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland.
dela Cruz, Christine, MA, is a Research Assistant at the International Secretariat of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) based in the Hague.
Harris, Ian, Ph.D., is Professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Cumbria, England and Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Asian Research Institute, National University of Singapore. He is the author of Cambodian Buddhism: History and Practice (2005) and Buddhism Under Pol Pot (2007) plus many additional articles and edited volumes on aspects of Buddhism and politics. He has held visiting fellowships in Oxford, Vancouver and Phnom Penh and he is currently engaged in research on the history of Buddhism in Cambodia (1940-73).
O’Donnell, Amy, MA, is a Research Assistant at the International Secretariat of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) based in the Hague.
Reicherter, Daryn, MD, is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Stanford University, School of Medicine. He provides a combination of administrative and clinical services in the area of “cross-cultural” trauma mental health. He is the Director of Cross Cultural Psychiatry at Gardner Mental Health Care Clinic, the Senior Psychiatrist at the Eastern European Service Agency, and a Consulting Psychiatrist at the Center for the Treatment of Survivors of Torture, Asian Americans for Community Involvement. He is the President of the Board of Directors for Survivors International. He serves as a consultant to the Documentation Center of Cambodia. He is on the Advisory Council for the Khmers Kampuchea-Krom Federation.
Scott, Peter is a husband and father, a high school teacher, an author of four books, and an abiding friend of the Khmer-Krom.
Shin, Heisoo, Ph.D., is an Adjunct Professor, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, and a Former Expert, UN CEDAW Committee (2001-2008).