Dialogue Reconciliation in Cambodia Post Khmer Rouge Regime

25 March 2020, 11:00 AM

The workshop aims at providing information about the crimes against ethnic Vietnamese during the Khmer Rouge regime.

Dialogue Reconciliation in Cambodia Post Khmer Rouge Regime

See more photos in the PDF report below.

Read below about a Dialogue Reconciliation Workshop in Cambodia relating to a legal case judgement involving interethnic communities. The workshop aimed at providing information about the crimes against ethnic Vietnamese during the Khmer Rouge regime. It aimed to promote peace, equal access to justice, and human rights for interethnic communities to live peacefully and in harmony.

A civil party lawyer was invited as speaker, and a Buddhist monk, an Imam, and a priest offered prayers and rituals for the victims during the Khmer Rouge regime and gave advice relating on peaceful reconciliation in interethnic communities from an intercultural/interfaith perspective. Civil parties were invited to share their experiences from the Khmer Rouge Regime and from the current living situations in their communities.

Read more in the full PDF document below, including positive and negative aspects of the workshop outcome and more photos from the activities.