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The Cambodian Genocide Project

The Cambodian Genocide Project, Inc. was founded in 1982 by Gregory Stanton to bring the leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime in Democratic Kampuchea to justice.  Since 1998, the Cambodian Genocide Project has been a division of Genocide Watch, the Coordinator for the International Campaign to End Genocide.

Khmer Rouge Tribunal Updates

Documents: 

“Seeking Justice in Cambodia: Realism, Idealism, and Pragmatism,” by Dr. Gregory H. Stanton

“Perfection is the Enemy of Justice: A Response to Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch’s Criticisms of the Agreement Between the Cambodian Government and U.N. to Establish the Khmer Rouge Tribunal,” by Gregory Stanton

“The Establishment of a Tribunal for Genocide from 1975 – 1979 in Cambodia,” by Suan Visal, LL.M. University of Hong Kong, 2002

“The Cambodian Genocide and International Law,” By Dr. Gregory H. Stanton

”A Quest for Justice,” By Brian D. Shaw

”Kampuchean Genocide and the World Court,” by Dr. Gregory H. Stanton

“Blue Scarves and Yellow Stars: Classification and Symbolization in the Cambodian Genocide,”  By Dr. Gregory Stanton, The Faulds Lecture, Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa, NC, 1987

”His Brothers’ Keeper,” by Michael Matza, 1983

“Cambodian Resurrection,” by Gregory Stanton, 1981

Links

The Royal Government of Cambodia Khmer Rouge Trial Task Force

The Cambodian Genocide Program of Yale University

The Cambodian Genocide Group, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Documentation Center of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Justice pour le Cambodge, Paris, France