Kaylana Mueller-Hsia is a junior majoring in international relations and minoring in political science. Her interest in human rights stems from research on labor practices in global supply chains and from an internship with the International Organization for Migration where she worked on forced labor and human trafficking trends. On campus,Mueller-Hsia is the president of American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford (AMENDS), a student group that facilitates collaboration among young social entrepreneurs in the U.S. and Middle East, North Africa (MENA) region. As a field research assistant for Blasphemy Laws and Discrimination in Jakarta, Indonesia this summer, she is interested in understanding how internet censorship and regulation creates opportunities for discrimination against minority populations in Indonesia. She is also very excited to eat lots of seafood. She will be a summer field research assistant for the project Blasphemy Laws and Discrimination in Indonesia with Professor David Cohen.