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Cambodia: A Quest for Justice
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Asia Society, New York City
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December 7, 2010
For 30 years since the demise of the Khmer Rouge regime, in which one-quarter of Cambodia’s population perished, its victims waited for justice. This past July, a UN-backed tribunal found Kaing Guek Eav, commonly known as Duch, a former prison warden of the Khmer Rouge, guilty of crimes against humanity and war crimes for overseeing the torture and killing of thousands of prisoners. 
"Cambodia: A Quest for Justice," from the UNTV series 21st Century, tells the emotional story of two men: one who lost his wife and children and survived torture; the other, the head of a notorious Rouge prison, who was found guilty by the tribunal.  Join us for a fascinating and haunting look inside the first case heard by this unique court, followed by an in-depth discussion about the broader significance of the trial.
Event copresented by Open Society Foundations, the Asia Society, and the UN Foundation.
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Khmer Rouge Tribunal Legacy Hinges on Final Cases
Press Release
November 10, 2010
High-level war crimes cases should be tried by the UN-backed Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, rather than transferred to local courts, said a report released today by the Open Society Justice Initiative.
Salvaging Judicial Independence: The Need for a Principled Completion Plan for the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
November 2010
This Open Society Justice Initiative report focuses on plans for the conclusion of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
Cambodian Prime Minister Must Halt Interference in Khmer Rouge Tribunal
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October 27, 2010
Prime Minister Hun Sen's announcement that he will block the progress of further cases at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal represents an unacceptable attempt to strangle the court, said the Open Society Justice Initiative today.
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