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网络链接:www.dccam.org

地址:  66 Preah Sihanoul Boulevard, P.O. Box 1110 Phnom Penh, Cambodia

E-mail: dccam@online.com.kh

电话: (855-23) 211-875

传真: (855-23) 210-358

            柬埔寨文献中心(DC-Cam)自成立伊始就一直站在记录红色高棉时代无数罪行和暴行的前沿。19944月份,美国国会通过柬埔寨种族灭绝司法法案,之后柬埔寨文献中心成立。

            19951月和19976月,美国国务院下属的东亚暨太平洋事务局的柬埔寨种族灭绝调查办公室宣布资助耶鲁大学,使后者的柬埔寨种族灭绝项目(CGP)可以进行有关红色高棉政权的研究、培训和记录。为了达到这些目标,19951月,此项目成立了柬埔寨文献中心,作为其在金边的现场办公室。199711日起,此中心成为一个独立的柬埔寨研究机构。

柬埔寨文献中心有两个主要目标。第一个目标是为后代记录和维护红色高棉时代的历史。第二个目标是收集和组织信息,以期用于法律记述红色高棉时代的罪行。这些目标代表了我们提倡记忆和公正的理念,这两点都是柬埔寨实现法治和真正的国家和解的关键基础。


Weblink: www.dccam.org

Address:  66 Preah Sihanoul Boulevard, P.O. Box 1110 Phnom Penh, Cambodia

E-mail: dccam@online.com.kh

Telephone: (855-23) 211-875

Fax: (855-23) 210-358

 

Since its inception, the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) has been at the forefront of documenting the myriad crimes and atrocities of the Khmer Rouge era.  DC-Cam was founded after the U.S. Congress passed the Cambodian Genocide Justice Act in April 1994. 

In January 1995 and June 1997, the Office of Cambodian Genocide Investigations in the U.S. State Department's Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs announced grants to Yale University, enabling Yale's Cambodian Genocide Program (CGP) to conduct research, training and documentation on the Khmer Rouge regime.  In pursuit of these objectives, the CGP founded DC-Cam as a field office in Phnom Penh in January 1995.  DC-Cam became an independent Cambodian research institute on January 1, 1997. 

DC-Cam has two main objectives.  The first is to record and preserve the history of the Khmer Rouge regime for future generations.  The second is to compile and organize information that can serve as potential evidence in a legal accounting for the crimes of the Khmer Rouge.  These objectives represent our promotion of memory and justice, both of which are critical foundations for the rule of law and genuine national reconciliation in Cambodia.  

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