One man. One dream. One passion for ending injustice. The power of one. Before BABSEA CLE, I had doubts about this notion of how one person can effectively mobilize change. I wanted to believe it. However, I frequently found myself feeling powerless in the face of injustice, wishing there was more I could do. Whether it was being a special education middle school teacher in one of the most impoverished neighborhoods in Philadelphia or reading another article about human trafficking, I wondered what I, one person can do to alleviate the suffering around me. However, after meeting and working with Im Sopheak, I have come to realize that it’s not numbers that ultimately matter.
BABSEACLE Legal Interns in Cambodia – Down the Mekong from Sichuan to Sihanouk: Peace Corps, China, and BAB Cambodia
I live in the Sky Park Guesthouse, Lonely Planet‘s number one recommended semi-budget accommodation in Phnom Penh. It‘s a bit of a change from the four bedroom apartment I share with Craigslisters in Manhattan, though the boss does speak better English than my landlord back home, which is a big plus.
Pannasastra University of Cambodia Faculty of Law and Public Affairs Clinical Legal Education Program
Beginning October 2003, under the direction of Professor Bruce Lasky of BABSEA CLE, Pannasastra University Cambodia began implementing a Clinic Legal Education Program at the PUC Faculty of L