Classroom Forum on the History of Democratic Kampuchea May 2022

On May 13, 2022 Anlong Veng Peace Center organized a classroom forum on the history of Democratic Kampuchea (1975-1979) to raise a wider public awareness about the past and to prevent the commission of genocide. Participating in the forum were fifteen students (10 male and 5 female) from Hun Sen Trapeang Prasat High School, Trapeang […]

Classroom Forum on History of Democratic Kampuchea March 2022

On March 26, 2022 Anlong Veng Peace Center welcomed 15 youths (8 female and 7 male) from Hun Sen Trapeang Prasat High School as part of our monthly educational program on the history of Democratic Kampuchea (1975-1979). It’s the occasion for the youths to meet face to face and study the history. At the beginning […]

Classroom Forum on History of Democratic Kampuchea February 2022

On February 23, 2022 Anlong Veng Peace Center organized a classroom forum on the history of Democratic Kampuchea (1975-1979) with 16 youths (5 male and 11 female) of Techo Sen Trapeang Tav High School and Hun Sen Trapeang Prasat High School. The classroom was intended to raise public awareness about the DK history and other […]

Khmer Rouge Regime: No Chance to Distinguish Between the Right and the Wrong

On June 18th, 2021 a community forum was held inside the eating hall of Trapeang Thom monastery in Trapeang Thom village of Anlong Veng district, involving 8 villagers (4 women and 4 men), six of whom lived through the Khmer Rouge regime (1975-1979). As two of them were born after the fall of the regime, […]

The Ebb and Flow of Covid-19: A Pause to Rights Advocacy

On June 16th, 2021, a Women’s Rights Forum was organized in Trapeang Tav Chas village of Anlong Veng district. The forum was principally intended to engage women and some men in a discussion on the history of Democratic Kampuchea (1975-1979), to reflect upon the impacts of Covid-19 on their families, and, in particular, also to […]

Khmer Rouge’s Brutality Never Forgotten

On June 30, 2020 Anlong Veng Peace Center’s first-ever online forum on the history of Democratic Kampuchea (1975-1979) was conducted for a month and engaged approximately 50 students and history teachers from two high schools in the Anlong Veng district from June 11-30, 2020. Its intention is to increase knowledge of this history, to present […]

Sanh Sokun: Forum Empowers Women

  June 28, 2020: A Women Rights Forum in Tuol Kruos village of the Anlong Veng district was organized on June 28th, 2020 as part of our goals to reactivate and acknowledge the women’s life experiences during genocide and war, to highlight their rights and to strengthen their capacity for leadership roles in their locality. […]

Tuol Sala Village: The Rights of The Poor Should Not Be Forgotten

Justice, in the courts and at the grassroots level, was one of the remarkable topics of discussions at a community forum held in Tuol Sala village of Anlong Veng district on June 27, 2020. Other topics included: the significance of peace, security, and prosperity in the village. The Anlong Veng Peace Center of DC-Cam held […]

Anlong Veng Photo Collection

In June 2020, Anlong Veng Peace Center has already collected 11 photographs from three different families in Anlong Veng district and attempts to achieve its set goals to organize Women’s Rights forum and Community forum this weekend and to wrap up a Classroom forum at the end of the month. Classroom Forum.  Since the very […]

Historical location of Khmer Rouge leaders​ in Anlong Veng

By: Ly Sok-Kheang​ with Sout Vechet, Mek Ven and Hean Pisey Anlong Veng Peace Center team has produced a satisfactory result for May 2020, although there are some challenges facing us. Throughout this month, I have made a daily communication with the team members to ensure that the assignments would be timely completed. As observed, […]