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CIVICUS: Center for Cambodian Civic Education

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"Reconciliation is the re-stitching of relationships in a very broken society like Cambodia - individuals with individuals, groups with groups, citizens with the state, citizens with institutions (the building of civic trust). It necessitates a very comprehensive process of not only legitimate prosecution (e.g. the opportunity squandered by the Khmer Rouge Tribunal) but dialogue (e.g. forums we conducted all over Cambodia on "Justice and Reconciliation", deemed Cambodia's informal truth and reconciliation commission, which give voice to victims, survivors, perpetrators with the line between "victim" and " perpetrator "oftentimes indistinguishable), truth telling (as truth is a pre-condition of justice and peace a dividend), education, memorials (with honor and diverse stakeholders), reparations (that is genuine and practicable) etc.  Peace as "shalom" (or, flourishing) entails both the absence of conflict and the presence of justice.  Deceit can never be spun into justice, no matter how sophisticated the spin."

- CIVICUS founding president Theary Seng




CIVICUS partnered with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights to launch Speak Truth to Power (Courage Without Borders) in Cambodia.



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