CJR Public Forum On the advent of the Duch Verdict

Thursday, July 22, 2010

On the advent of the Duch verdict...

Transforming the Killing Fields into Healing, Living Fields

Friday, 23 July 2010, 8 – 11:30 a.m.
Pannasastra University AUDITORIUM
(Norodom Blvd. cross Street 310)
(Top floor Conference Hall, campus south of Independence Monument)

The speakers will be engaged in an open Q & A in regards to Duch’s verdict and its affect on the past, present and future. Panelists can choose to speak in Cambodian or English with simultaneous and consecutive translations available.

We hope you join us on this important occasion along with the many university students, victims of Khmer Rouge, civil society leaders, colleagues, ECCC staff, ambassadors and embassy officials, national and international media.

National Anthem: Mr. KHUON Sethidak, Tenor

Moderators / Presenters

Ms. Theary C. SENG - CIVICUS Founding Director; CJR Founder/Board
Mr. Gavin Tritt – Country Representative, The Asia Foundation
Mr. SOK Leang – CJR Interim Director / Victims Outreach Manager
Ms. YIM Sotheary - CJR Psycho-social Trauma Manager
Ms. CHAP Chandina – CJR Voice of Justice & Reconciliation Radio


Mr. Lars Olsen -ECCC Public Affairs UN Deputy Chief
Mr. Rob Hamill – Olympian, Civil Party whose brother was killed (New Zealand)
Mr. VAN Nath – artist, Tuol Sleng survivor
Prof. David Chandler - Historian, Author of S-21
Ambassador Andrew Mace - British Ambassador to Cambodia
Mr. CHHORNG Rong, Acting Chief of ECCC Victims Support Section
Dr. MEAS Bora – Legal Officer, ECCC Office of Co-Investigating Judges
Ms. Michelle Staggs Kelsall – Deputy Director, Asian International Justice Initiative
Mdm. OUM Sophany – prolific author, member of Victims Association
Ms. MORM Sokly – actress/playwright, president of Victims Association
Mr. BOU Meng – Tuol Sleng survivor

TPO Cambodia will be on hand for counseling.
Funded by The Asia Foundation and the German Development Service.


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