Civil Society Groups Condemn Arrest and Detention of the Boeung Kak Lake Seven

November 12, 2014 – We, the undersigned civil society groups, condemn the arrest, detention, and conviction of the seven Boeung Kak Lake community representatives following protests outside Phnom Penh City Hall on the morning of November 10, 2014.  On Monday, seven representatives from Boeung Kak Lake community were arrested after protesting in front of city […]


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JOINT PRESS RELEASE: Cambodia – The ECCC funding crisis must be swiftly resolved

The Government of Cambodia and the international community should immediately work to resolve the funding crisis of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), in order to effectively complete the proceedings against former Khmer Rouge leaders Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea, and respect the rights of victims to justice and reparation, according to […]

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REPORT: Evaluation of ADHOC’s ECCC / ICC Justice Project 2006 – 2010

The ECCC / ICC Justice project, built on ADHOC’s and its partners’ strengths, has fulfilled and surpassed its goals. It has promoted justice for the victims of the Khmer Rouge regime by (1) dramatically influencing the shape and course of the Khmer Rouge Trials and (2) animating a sustained, nation-wide debate on Khmer Rouge crimes. […]