Jeffrey C. Gallup

Formerly at Cambodian Institute of Human Rights


Jeffrey C. Gallup served as senior advisor to the Director of the Cambodian Institute of Human Rights (CIHR), a local nongovernmental organization specializing in human rights, democracy, peace, and good governance education.

He was also an advisor to the vice chairman of the Cambodian National Election Committee and an advisor to the President of the Coalition for Free and Fair Elections, an election monitoring group, in Phnom Penh.

Gallup has also served as deputy U.S. ambassador and Charged' Affaires to Togo and as chief of the political section at the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He also the author of many publications on democratic development in Cambodia, including ""Teaching Human Rights in Cambodia"" (with Kassie Neou) published in the October 1997 issue of the Journal of Democracy. While at the Forum, Mr. Gallup authored a study of the 1998 Cambodian Elections.

Featured Work

MAR 5, 1997 Article

Human Rights Dialogue (1994–2005): Series 1, Number 8 (Spring 1997): Transitional Justice in East Asia and its Impact on Human Rights: Articles: Human Rights and the Cambodian Past: In Defense of Peace Before Justice

Kassie Neou and Jeffrey C. Gallup detail how the transitional government has handled the human rights abuses of the past, particularly the Khmer Rouge and ...