Kan Yan

Kan Yan (Backward Society Education – BASE): Kan graduated with a BA in Plan II from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006. During this time, Kan conducted research on the education of Turkish students in Berlin, interned for the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former-Yugoslavia, interned for the Texas Speaker of the House on state education, and worked part-time for an anti-private prison campaign. After he graduated, Kan undertook a year of exploring, teaching, traveling, and learning languages. He then enrolled in Harvard Law School where he studying for a joint degree (with the Fletcher School) when he undertook his AP fellowship. In 2008, Kan advised a Karen NGO working on land issues within Burma. After his fellowship, Kan wrote: β€œIt was really nourishing in a way I can't quite put into words.”



Expectation Video

26 Jun

The Advocacy Project requires a series of short videos to be produced during the fellowship. The first is to document our expectations for the trip.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmxVIdRyvMo

Posted By Kan Yan

Posted Jun 26th, 2009