Where is the justice? Theorising the legacy of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
Grant number: DE160100501 | Funding period: 2016 - 2019
This project seeks to advance theories that explain the social and political effects of international criminal tribunals. It is widely claimed that international tribunals, in addition to providing legal justice, work to enhance the rule of law, respect for human rights and national reconciliation in post-conflict contexts. Taking the Khmer Rouge Tribunal as its case, this project aims to critically analyse such claims by interrogating the non-judicial legacies of documentation, memorialisation and the provision of collective reparations. Knowing more about these key non-judicial legacies and how tribunals enhance the rule of law, human rights and national reconciliation, may help inform the..View full description
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Achievements and Legacies of the Khmer Rouge Trials: Reflections from Inside the Tribunal
Rachel Hughes, Maria Elander, Christoph Sperfeldt, Helen Jarvis, William Smith, Lyma Nguyen, Wendy Lobwein
This article is an edited transcript of a panel discussion that was held in Melbourne in December 2017. The panel comprised four s..