The Khmer Rouge Tribunal/ECCC: Achievements and Legacies
234 Queensberry St. Room 227
234 Queensberry St
Over the last 10+ years, the Khmer Rouge Tribunal/Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) has opened investigations into five cases, completed three trials and sentenced three individuals to life imprisonment. More than 300 000 Cambodians have visited the court and many more have followed the proceedings on radio and television. This panel discussion brings together four key actors – social and legal experts with working experience of the ECCC – to reflect on the achievements and probable legacies of the tribunal.
William Smith, International Deputy Co-Prosecutor
Lyma Nguyen , International Civil Party Co-Lawyer
Wendy Lobwein, former Coordinator of the Witness/Expert Support Unit
Dr Helen Jarvis, former Chief of Public Affairs Section and Member of Tribunal Task Force Secretariat