Emily Farell is a Program Associate in the Education Program at The Advocates for Human Rights. Ms. Farell received a Masters Degree in International Human Rights from American University in Washington, D.C. and a B.A. in International Development from the University of Minnesota. Ms. Farell has worked in the field of human rights education and advocacy for the past 10 years. As an educator and community organizer, Ms. Farell has designed and facilitated trainings for a variety of age groups on peace and conflict resolution, racism, the global economy, poverty, social justice, and human rights. As a practitioner, Ms. Farell has spent time in both India and Thailand working with local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) on women’s rights, human trafficking, HIV/AIDS, micro-credit enterprise and reproductive health. For the U.S. State Department, Ms. Farell served as writer and editor for the 2006 Human Rights Report on human rights violations in Burma and Thailand.