Researches and Publications

2018

CSHL Research Brief, by Tann Boravin, December 2018

 

 

 

VaM Project Full Report, November 2018

 

 

 

Report Brief, by Tann Boravin, November 2018

 

 

 

Report Brief​ (KH), by Tann Boravin, November 2018

 

 

 

Brill Publication, by Soy Kimsan, November 2018

 

 

 

NITIPAT NIDA Journal, by Tann Boravin, June 2018

 

 

 

2017

 

Natalia Szablewska and Ly Ratana, Regional Collaborative Responses to the Global Migration Crisis: Refugee Law, Human Rights and Shared State Responsibility: The Australia-Cambodia Refugee Resettlement Agreement, The Australian Law Journal

 

"Regional Collaborative Responses to the Global Migration Crisis: Refugee Law, Human Rights and Shared State Responsibility: The Australia-Cambodia Refugee Resettlement Agreement" was officially published in both electronic and print version in the Australian Law Journal, edited by Thomson Reuters, a renowned international publisher. The article was co-written by the Center's researcher, supported by RWI, and Dr. Natalia Szablewska who is a prominent Australian academic from Southern Cross University, Australia. 

 

 

 

 

Ly Ratana, “Prosecuting the Khmer Rouge: Views from the Inside”, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy

 

“Prosecuting the Khmer Rouge: Views from the Inside” was officially published on the website of the Nuremberg Academy, which is available for public access. This chapter was subject to a rigorous review process by the Nuremberg Academy’s editors. The chapter explores an understanding of the emerging concept of acceptance of

international criminal justice concerning the ECCC by assessing on how stakeholders view the ECCC and why they hold such views. Using an empirical research methodology, the Chapter conducted in-depth and systematic interviews of approximately 60 stakeholders, majority of whom are the victims of the Khmer Rouge regimes, civil parties and other persons related to the ECCC.

The Chapter is the second chapter contributed by the Center’s researchers to the Nuremberg Academy’s project on acceptance of international criminal justice. The first contribution was the chapter on “Understanding Acceptance of International Criminal Justice through Duch’s Sentence at the ECCC” was published in April 2016 (see the Annual Report 2016, p. 8). The Center’s researchers, who authored these two chapters, were supported by RWI.

By September 2017, with the support of RWI funding the Center was able to hire a translation company to translate the two chapters into Khmer version to reach a wider audience, especially local students and academics who have limited English proficiency. The two chapters were printed 400 copies each in a separate book with the English and Khmer versions on a different side.

 

 

 

2016

Kimsan Soy, Understanding Acceptance of International Justice through Duch’s Sentence at the Extraordinary Chambers, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy

"Understanding Acceptance of International Criminal Justice through Duch’s Sentence at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC)" was officially published on the website of the Nuremberg Academy in April 2016. This chapter was a result of a research scholarship awarded to the Center’s researcher to participate in a pilot project of the Acceptance Training Nuremberg Academy 2015. In preparing for the research, the researcher received intensive training for a period of 3 weeks on relevant concepts and theories on transitional justice and interdisciplinary research in which the trainers and trainees jointly developed research tools and methods.