Justice done? How Cambodia is dealing with its past

Today Ali Al-Nasani’s presentation touched on various issues of the genocide in Cambodia and discussed the question if the Khmer Rouge Tribunal made a meaningful contribution to healing the wounds of the past. The presentation was followed by a discussion with Hanne Sophie Greve, chaired by Elin Skaar (CMI).

We were live streaming. You can watch the event here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNYLGryYxao

Ali Al-Nasani is the Director of the Heinrich Böll Foundation Phnom Penh, a German political foundation that has been working in Cambodia since 1992 on issues such as Land Rights and Natural Resources, Gender and Democracy, and Dealing With The Past.

Hanne Sophie Greve is a Norwegian judge with a long history of working in the field of human rights. She is a former judge at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. She has also worked as a Commissioner in the UN War Crimes Commission for the Former Yugoslavia and as an expert witness with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.