Moral and collective reparation

<div>Civil Parties can seek moral and collective reparation. Such reparation can only be awarded if an Accused is convicted. &nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Moral and collective reparations are measures that:</div><div>a) acknowledge the harm suffered by Civil Parties as a result of the commission of the crimes for which an Accused is convicted and</div><div>b) provide benefits to the Civil Parties which address this harm. These benefits shall not take the form of monetary payments to Civil Parties.</div><div><br></div><div>The cost of the reparations hall either be borne by the convicted person, or by external funding which has already been secured to implement a project designed by the legal representatives of the Civil Parties in cooperation with the Victims Support Section.</div><div><br></div><div>In Case 001 the Trial Chamber included in the judgment the name of all Civil Parties and the name of their deceased relatives who had died as a result of the crimes committed by the convicted person. Additionally the Chamber ordered all statements of apology or acknowledgement of responsibility made by the convicted person during the proceedings to be compiled on published on the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia website. All other claims for reparation were rejected. The decision on reparation was affirmed by the Supreme Court Chamber in their decision on appeal.</div><div><br></div>