Study mission in Cambodia

A study mission in partnership with social anthropologist Anne Yvonne Guilloux, will be made to Cambodia in  early 2015, where the identification of victims remains pivotal to the prosecution of the genocide’s perpetrators, whose guilt is defined in terms of their personal involvement in killings. The principal objective of this visit is to meet people involved in the judicial and memorial aspects of the identification of victims, such as the lawyers and expert witnesses working as part of the Khmer Rouge Trials Task Force or the Extraordinary Chambers of the Courts of Cambodia, as well as with researchers and other members of the academic community working on this question (for example in the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities of the Royal University of Phnom Penh, and in the department of Law of the Royal University of law and Economics).