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The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) is a Special Cambodian Court Which Receives International Assistance Through the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (UNAKRT)

This web site is to introduce you to the Extraordinary Chambers and answer some of the questions people commonly ask about the trials. Please contact the Public Affairs Office if you need more specific information or want to arrange a visit to the ECCC.

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ECCC Hosts Mock Trial for Legal Aid of Cambodia students

2022-06-15
On 15 June 2022, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC) hosted a mock trial for 29 students studying with the Legal Aid of Cambodia organization.

Press Release on the Final Day of the Victims Workshop Organized by the ECCC

2022-05-05
Today, 5 May 2022, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) closed the three-day Workshop on “Victims and Dissemination of the Advisory Report on Victim-Related Activities of the ECCC during the Residual Phase.” The Workshop took place from 03 to 05 May 2022 at Hyatt Regency…

Summary of the Second Day of Victims Workshop

2022-05-04
Today at the Victims Workshop organized by the ECCC, the participants continued their conversations in working groups related to different goals and topics for designing victim initiatives for the Court’s residual phase.

THE OPENING DAY OF THE VICTIMS WORKSHOP ORGANIZED BY THE EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS IN THE COURTS OF CAMBODIA (ECCC)

2022-05-04
Yesterday, 3 May 2022, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) held the opening ceremony of the Workshop on “<

First Day of Victims Workshop

2022-05-03
Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC) begins its first-day workshop on Victim-related Activities during the Implementation of the ECCC Residual Mandate”.

MEDIA ALERT ON PRESS BRIEFING PRIOR TO THE VICTIMS WORKSHOP ORGANIZED BY THE EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS IN THE COURTS OF CAMBODIA (ECCC)

2022-04-29
Ahead of the upcoming Workshop on “Victims and Dissemination of the Advisory Report on Victim-Related Activities of the ECCC during the Residual Phase,” held from 3 to 5 May 2022 in Phnom Penh, all national and international media representatives are invited to a press conference organized by the…

ECCC Conducts a meeting in preparation for the ECCC Victims Workshop

2022-04-22
On 22 April 2022, the management, and staffs from different sections of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) conducted a meeting in preparation for the ECCC Victims Workshop in early May 2022. The Workshop will be held over the course of three days in Phnom Penh, and is aimed…

Delegates of the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications highly value the Khmer Rouge Tribunal for the electronic file management systems

2022-03-28
Phnom Penh: On 28 March 2022, at the request of the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) organised a study tour on the management of records and archives and use of technology for meetings for experts led by His Excellency Secretary of…

Advisory Report by Co-Rapporteurs on Residual Functions Related to Victims Is Published

2022-03-17
Today, the ECCC published the Advisory Report by the Co-Rapporteurs on Residual Functions related to Victims, Judge YOU Ottara and Judge Claudia FENZ.

Registrations of Interest for Participation in ECCC Victims Workshop

2022-03-02
The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) hereby invites registrations of interest to participate in the first ECCC Victims Workshop in May 2022.
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How to become a civil party

Comment devenir une partie civile

A Civil Party is a victim who participates as a party to the proceedings before the ECCC. Civil Parties enjoy broadly similar rights as the Co-Prosecutors and the Defence, and they can seek moral and collective reparations.