Prabal Thapa is a graduate student at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) at Panna sastra University of Cambodia (PUC) majoring in Applied Conflict Transformation Studies. He is inquisitive about a number of issues related to Conflict Resolutions, Memorialization, Peace, and Governance. Before CPCS, Prabal worked with the Advocacy Project (AP)’s Peace fellows to Nepal; Kirstin Yanisch and Vicky Mogeni in 2017 and Komal Thakkar in 2018 to complete their fellowship with the Network of the Families of the Disappeared, Nepal (NEFAD Nepal) He has been working as a campaign coordinator with NEFAD, Nepal for the last five years. He has been supporting the community-based memorialization activities in Nepal and coordinating an Income Generation Cooperative led by the families of the victims of the Enforced Disappearances; called Conflict Victims Women Cooperative, Bardiya in Western Nepal. After CPCS, Prabal would like to peruse a career in institutional reforms and the governance systems in the developing and conflict-affected communities. Prabal has completed his Bachelor in Development Studies (BDevS) from Kathmandu University Nepal. In his free time, he enjoys working in farms and clay art.