Stories from the field

Author Ratana Ly

Ratana Ly is a PhD Law student at the University of Victoria, with the support from the QES-AS scholarship. Her research interests lie in the fields of human rights, international criminal law, labour law, and the environment.

Ratana is also a senior research fellow at the Center for the Study of Humanitarian Law, Cambodia.

Ratana Ly – Blog 3: Fieldwork journey: Construction sector

Today is a warm, summer day in Victoria. Looking out my room’s window, small birds sometimes fly from one tree branch to another, making chirping noises. It is a calm environment to review and reflect on my fieldwork in Cambodia… Continue Reading →

Ratana Ly – Blog 2: Cambodia, Community Fishery, Challenges, and Hope

It was a warm afternoon, in early August when we started our journey to a Community Fishery, in Battambong, Cambodia. Prior to this field visit, a colleague and myself exchanged knowledge on human rights, especially on the rights to food,… Continue Reading →

Ratana Ly – Blog 1: Spiritual beliefs and Cambodia

I revisited my spiritual beliefs during the fieldwork in Cambodia last summer. Shortly before I took the bus alone from the capital to Kratie province to conduct the fieldwork, a friend attempted to amuse me with a “real” ghost tale…. Continue Reading →

© 2022 CAPI Intern Blogs — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑