Caitlin McCaffrie is is the Co-Director of the Cambodia Programs of the WSD Handa Centre for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University. She first joined the Handa Centre as lead international trial monitor for their Khmer Rouge Tribunal Monitoring program at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), where she has monitored Case 002/02 closely. Caitlin is also responsible for outreach, research and fair trial rights education programs which are all based around the work of the ECCC. In 2016 Caitlin co-authored Justice on Appeal, a report critically analysing the ECCC’s Case 002/01 appeal judgment and in 2017 she was lead researcher for the report ‘So We Can Know What Happened’: The Educational Potential of the ECCC. Prior to joining the Handa Centre, Caitlin worked with other organisations in Cambodia and Australia on gender mainstreaming, LGBT rights and land rights and was the Indo-Pacific Fellow for Young Australians in International Affairs. Her writing has been published in New Mandala and The Diplomat, and she holds a First Class Honours Degree in Politics from the University of Adelaide, Australia.