New members at the BABSEACLE team

Georgia Moody (4 Sep – 29 Oct, 2016) My name is Georgia Moody, and I will be volunteering, at the Bridges Across Borders Southeast Asia Community Legal Education Initiative (BABSEACLE) Thailand office, for the next couple of months.  I was born in Adelaide, South Australia, in 1998, lived there for 2 years, before moving to Himeji, Japan, and grew up bilingual in Japanese and English. I moved to Singapore, when 8 years old, and...

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New intern members at the BABSEACLE team

Zabu Aye Chan Aung I am Zabu Aye Chan Aung. You can call me Kamar. I am a third year law student, from Yangon University. I have two more years until I graduate. My native town is Hpa-an, in Karen State, but at the moment I live in Yangon, with my father and my sister, in my aunt’s house. Normally, during holidays, I go back to Hpa-an, but this time I will work, as an intern, in the Bridges Across Borders South East Asia...

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New members at the BABSEACLE team

Camilla Caron_Intern for BABSEACLE ( Mid January – Mid July, 2016) Camilla Caron is a recent Masters graduate from the Radboud University. Originally from Milan, Italy, she studied Development Studies, in the Netherlands. Last year, for her Master’s Thesis project, she went to Thailand, for a 3 month field trip, in order to research the living and working conditions of Burmese migrant workers, in the fishing industry. Prior to coming...

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New members at the BABSEACLE team

BABSEACLE is pleased to introduce its newest members at the BABSEACLE team.   Tan Chew Hung Director, BABSEACLE Singapore Ltd (From 2015) Cheow Hung is a director of BABSEACLE Singapore Ltd. He is a director of Beacon Law Corporation, a small Singapore law firm; and heads its pro bono initiatives. He is a general litigator with more than 16 years’ experience, with a penchant for taking on criminal law cases. He is a volunteer lawyer...

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New members at the BABSEA CLE team

Michelle Yockelson Michelle Yockelson grew up in Eugene, Oregon, USA.  Her involvement in social justice began in 2006 when she started a genocide awareness club in her high school.  In 2007 she travelled to Ghana and worked with the village Elders and Queen Mothers to address the lack of school teachers in the village.  She helped build dormitory housing for the teachers, eliminating the 10 mile round trip journey that it  took to...

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New members of BABSEA CLE ‘s staff
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New members of BABSEA CLE ‘s staff

BABSEA CLE is pleased to introduce its newest member of staff. Lauren Donnison From UK Graduated from: Lancaster University LLB Law, Chulaongkorn University MA international Development Lauren joined the BABSEA CLE back in 2011 as an Legal Intern and worked on projects in both Laos and Chiang Mai. Since then she has completed her MA in International Development at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok and wrote her thesis on “ Clinical...

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