RepresentationJustice for Cambodia is a non-profit association. Its main objective is to allow victims of the Khmer Rouge regime to participate in the trials of the leaders of the regime and the main actors responsible for crimes committed between 17 April 1975 and 6 January 1979. The Association’s lawyers currently represent 59 victims, 49 of which have been designated civil parties. Civil party applications have also been filed in relation to Case 004.
OutreachJustice pour le Cambodge is involved in outreach programs that promote victim participation in Cambodia.
MemorializationJustice pour le Cambodge is involved in memorialisation projects that seek to preserve the memories of those who were persecuted during the Khmer Rouge Regime.
Recent Developments – Case 002 Apr 2016 In Case 002/01, Nuon Chea and Khieu Sampha, main former leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime, were found guilty of crimes against humanity (extermination, persecution on religious grounds, and other […]
Mr Meas Muth charged in Case 003 – ECCC Press Release Dec 2015 Mr Meas Muth charged in Case 003 – ECCC Press Release
How can I become a civil party in the Khmer Rouge trials? Dec 2015 How can I become a civil party in the Khmer Rouge trials?