Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in research and education on the history of Democratic Kampuchea and dissemination of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) on trial of crimes of the Khmer Rouge Regime was signed, 28 April 2023, by H.E. Kranh Tony, Secretary of State of the Office of the Council of Ministers and Acting Director of Administration, representative of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) and Ms. Sadie O'Mahoney, representative of Civil Peace Service Southeast Asian University Partnership for Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation (SAUP) GIZ.
This memorandum is set out in several projects, including: 1) Lessons on the ECCC are incorporated into the curriculum on peace and conflict studies. 2) Participatory learning methods and approaches to transitional justice will be developed. 3) Capacity for primary sources and archival research on Khmer Rouge history will be established. 4) Extra-curricular learning experiences on transitional justice are facilitated.
His Excellency Tony Kranh, Secretary of State of the Office of the Council of Ministers and Acting Director of Administration of the ECCC, stated: Cambodia and the United Nations have agreed on a "Addendum to the Agreement on the transitional arrangement of the Extraordinary Chambers" for three years from 2023 to 2025 on: (a) A number of legal frameworks, including the management and dissemination of the ECCC case archives (B) Education and dissemination of the achievements and legacy of the ECCC and monitoring the implementation of moral and collective reparations to civil parties.