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Vinita Ramani

Vinita is the Director of Access to Justice Asia LLP, a non-profit organization dedicated to capacity building and furthering the interests of victims of genocide in Asia. As part of AJAís work with survivors at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia, she is developing an arts and social justice program to fill gaps left by the Tribunalís legal process.She has a background in interdisciplinary studies focusing on identity and difference and a Masters degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies (UK) in South Asian Studies. As an ASIA Fellow with the Asian Scholarship Foundation, Vinita spent time in Cambodia conducting interviews with survivors of the Khmer Rouge genocide. Her subsequent thesis focused on social memory, trauma and the ways in which the idea of justice is defined and propagated in post-conflict societies. She is equally interested in how photography, film and archives also represent memory and trauma. Vinita was the publicist and writer of the Singapore International Film Festival in 2002, 2004 and 2005. She has also worked as a journalist for Today newspaper and the National Museum of Singapore as a researcher and writer.

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