Kimsan plays an important role to facilitate research output, educational impact and local networking in Cambodia
Kimsan has two international Master’s in Law and Human Rights (both scholarship-funded). His major area of research with several publications related to human rights, particularly fair trial rights and international criminal justice and transitional justice concerning the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.
Through his works with CSHL, Kimsan has significant experience of managing internationally-funded human rights, research, and curriculum development projects, involving both domestic and international partners. Some of the Center’s notable past projects focused on research and publications concerning acceptance of international criminal justice with International Nuremberg Principles Academy, promoting Cambodian voices in dealing with the past conflict with Swisspeace, and victimhood after mass violence with Center for Conflict Studies based in Marburg.