- Documentary film screening: Brother number one New Zealander, Rob Hamill will be doing a film screening tour of his documentary, “Brother Number One” in Sydney and Canberra.
Sydney Event on 10 March 2015, 5.30 – 7pm at UNSW (Staff Common Room, Level 2, Law School). RSVP Essential
Canberra Event on 11 March 2015, 6 – 8.30pm at ANU (Lecture Theatre 1, Hedley Bull ...
- “Many of My Family Have Changed Their Minds About Me Now” – Interview with SOU Sotheavy Sou Sotheavy was recently awarded the David Kato Vision and Voice Award in Germany for her work in advocating LGBT rights. The 74-year-old tells us about surviving the Khmer Rouge, living with HIV and her dreams for equality in Cambodia
Interview by: Amanda Saxton Photography by: Thomas Cristofoletti
Originally published: South East Asia Globe, 8 April ...
- Kaing Guek Eav Alias Duch Transferred To Kandal Prison Press Statement by the Office of the Co-Prosecutors concerning
Kaing Guek Eav’s transfer from the ECCC detention unit to the national prison system
On 3 February 2012 Kaing Guek Eav was sentenced by the Supreme Court Chamber of the ECCC to a term of life imprisonment. On the same day the Co-Prosecutors filed a request to enforce ...
- Conflict’s Female Victims Far From Forgotten By Rong Chhorng 6 June 2012
I write in response to the letter from Margot Wallström, a Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General, published in The Phnom Penh Post on May 29 and headed “The forgotten Khmer Rouge victims”, and the reply to Wallstrom’s letter by Andrew Cayley, QC, the International Co-Prosecutor of the Extraordinary ...
- Judge Wrong in Saying KR an Anomaly on Gender Vioence By Sin Soworn and Silke Studzinsky, Cambodia Daily 27 September 2011
Civil Party’s joint response to Judge Cartwright’s Speech at Pannasastra University delivered on Thursday 15 September 2011
- KR Regime an Anomaly on Gender-Based Violence By Abby Seiff, Cambodia Daily 17-18 September 2011
Calling it a historical anomaly, ECCC Trial Chamber Judge Silvia Cartwright said Thursday that the Khmer Rouge was one of the few criminal regimes in which gendered violence did not comprise a major part of its criminal activities. “This particular conflict is unusual it does not contain ...
- After the First Trial A Population Based Survey on Knowledge and Perception of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, June 2011. By Phuong Pham, Patrick Vinck, Mychelle Balthazard and Sokhom Hean.
Download the full report here.
Second National Survey Reveals Positive Trends in Knowledge and Perception of the Khmer Rouge tribunal; But Cambodians Want to Know More. On the ...
- After the First Trial: Berkley Public Survey A population-based survey on knowledge and perception of Justice and the Extroardinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
- Appeal Against Judgment on Reparation By Co-Lawyers for Civil Parties – Group 2
In its decision on reparations the TC granted only the Civil Parties’ request that their names and those of the immediate victims be included in the final judgment, including a specification as to their connection with the crimes committed at S-21 and the compilation and publication of all ...
- Rebuttal in the case against Mr Kaing Guek Eav The following excerpt is from the rebuttal in the case against Mr Kaing Guek Eav, submitted on behalf of Group 2 by Silke Stuzinski. Please see below for a link to the full transcript of the proceedings.
Silke Studzinski Speaking:
Good afternoon Your Honors,
Although we acknowledge the dilemma the defense as a whole faces pleading non guilty ...
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