Publications

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The Khmer Rouge Tribunal – how the past cast clouds over Cambodia

„Under the leadership of Pol Pot, from April 1975 to January 1979, about 1.7 million people were executed or died from hunger, exhaustion or disease in Cambodia. Almost thirty years on the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) bring former Khmer Rouge leaders to trial.” Please click in the link to read an article by country representative Wolfgang Meyer. more…

April 29, 2008

Publication of the Cambodian constitution

In close collaboration with the Senate of Cambodia and the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation published the original text of the Cambodian constitution as well as new improved translations into English and French. The text is available for download. more…

April 11, 2008

"Victim and Witness Protection" Police Officer Training

Press Release

The Khmer Institute of Democracy Phnom Penh accommodates the final closing ceremony for Cambodian police officers trained on Victim and Witness Protection on April 8th. The police training has been co-funded by the EU and the KAF. The police officers were trained on VWP laws and practices. The respective press release is available here… more…

Event contributions | April 8, 2008

Town and Regional Planning

Good Practice Report

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation cooperates with the DED in a pilot project promoting decentralization and administrative reform. The contribution of the DED experts concentrates on the strengthening of planning authorities and on general administration matters. A Good-Practice-Report by the DED’s sector coordinator Ralf Syman, is available in the German language only. more…

Event contributions | February 21, 2008

International Parliamentary Cooperation

Prof. Dr. Horst Posdorf, MEP, held a lecture about the role of parliamentarians in foreign politics and international organizations devoted to parliamentary cooperation. The program was held at the Cambodian National Assembly, at the Senate and at the International Relations Institute (IRIC). The lecture can be downloaded here… more…

Event contributions | February 11, 2008