Ms. Soklin UY is an emerging young Cambodian peace practitioner currently serving as a peace project coordinator of Women Peace Makers (WPM). In her capacity as a peace coordinator, Soklin coordinates inter-ethnic harmony related projects, including listening peace research, aiming to foster shared humanity of human to human connection among diverse ethnic groups. As an active youth in social actions, Soklin also represents WPM at the United Nations Youth Advisory Panel (UNYAP) in Cambodia to discuss, share, and make recommendations to the organizations of the UN systems related to youth. Soklin initially joined WPM as an active participant and research assistant in a WPM-led peace research book project entitled “Who’s listening: Tackling hard issue with empathy. Using Facilitative Listening Design to understand and respond to anti-Vietnamese sentiment in Cambodia.” Before joining WPM, Soklin was a trainer on Nonviolence Communication at Sarus, a local peace organization working to build better relationships between bordering countries. Soklin holds a Bachelor of International Studies from Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia.