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Voices for Reconciliation: Assessing media outreach and survivor engagement for Case 002 at the Khmer Rouge trials

Voices for Reconciliation: Assessing media outreach and survivor engagement for Case 002 at the Khmer Rouge trials
Christoph Sperfeldt
Melanie Hyde
2016

Co-authored with Mychelle Balthazard.

In September 2013, the East-West Center’s collaborative project with the WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University — the Asian International Justice Initiative (AIJI) – partnered with the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC), Khmer Mekong Films (KMF) and the Cambodian Defenders Project (CDP) and commenced the implementation of the Voices for Reconciliation: Promoting Nationwide Dialogue on the Khmer Rouge Past through the Mass Media and Community-Level Survivor Networks project, a two-year project funded by USAID. This report was produced as part of an evaluation of the Project in Cambodia, and involved an assessment of the Project outcomes in relation to the participation of the CPs and CPRs in the Project and lessons learned from the Project implementation.

Christoph Sperfeldt is Regional Program Coordinator for AIJI's collaboration with the East-West Center.

Melanie Hyde is the head of Cambodian Programs for AIJI.