• Aye is the Forest Governance and Gender Specialist at ECODEV/ALARM. She holds Master’s Degree Field Of StudyGender and Development Studies from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Forestry from University of Forestry, Yezin.
    gender, forestry Myanmar
  • Ms. Hap Navy is the Deputy Director of Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute (IFReDI), Fisheries Administration, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. She has extensive experience on fisheries, agriculture, value chain and natural resource management.
    fisheries, inland fisheries, socioeconomy, gender Cambodia
  • Kyoko Kusakabe is a Professor at Gender and Development Studies, Department of Development and Sustainability, School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand, where she is also the Head of Department. She has a PhD in gender and development studies from Asian Institute of Technology. She has worked in semi-government organization in Japan and NGO in Cambodia prior to gaining her PhD degree. Her PhD thesis was on market vendors in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
    gender, Migration, Labour, border studies Thailand
  • Associate Professor Dr. Kanokwan Manorom is teaching at the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand. She earned her Ph.D in Rural Sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia, USA. Since graduation in 1997, she has been working in the Thailand and Mekong region in fields such as water and land government, development and social impact assessment. Much of her work both research and application have involved with policy recommendations on dam, irrigation and land resource management and development in Northeast region of Thailand and Mekong region.
    Resource governance, gender, Development and border studies Thailand
  • Dr. Bernadette (Babette) P. Resurrección is a Senior Research Fellow at the SEI Asia Centre.   She has researched gender, livelihoods, climate change adaptation, migration, and natural resource management in Cambodia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. Apart from book chapters and scientific papers in journals, she has co-edited Gender and Natural Resource Management: Livelihoods, Mobility and Interventions (Routledge, 2012) and Water Rights and Social Justice in Mekong Waters (Routledge, 2011).  
    gender Philippines