Cambodian Survivors Seek Justice
Cambodian Survivors Need Justice
PETITION FOR ADDITIONAL KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL CASES
Currently, the United Nations – in conjunction with the Cambodian government – are prosecuting four Khmer Rouge leaders as part of Case 002. Known as the “Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia” (ECCC), such work is essential for Cambodian survivors, who have waited more than three decades for justice. There are more potential cases to be investigated, yet the ECCC has refused to pursue them.
The Applied Social Research Institute of Cambodia (ASRIC) has spearheaded this call for social action to ensure that survivors voices are not forgotten. ASRIC has joined other human rights organizations to pursue these cases but we need your support to show the international community that further investigations and cases should be pursued.
By signing this petition, you are expressing to the ECCC that you desire to see Cases 003 and 004 take place, so that justice can have an opportunity to be served beyond Case 002.
To give us your support please sign this electronic petition with your full name and include your email.If you do not have an email or do not wish to have your contact information seen in the public petition, please email your information to
** After you sign the petition, you will see a request from iPetitions to donate to iPetitions to continue its operations. Please be advised that this is a default feature of the site (which ASRIC cannot control), and donations would go directly to iPetitions and not to ASRIC. You do NOT need to donate to iPetitions after submitting your electronic signature. **
If you would like to support ASRIC, please send a check to:
Sung, Huang & Co, CPAs, LLP
18403 Pioneer Blvd. Ste 206
Artesia, CA 90701
Or you can donate online via ASRIC's website:
Thank you for all of your support. Please help us spread the word about this important cause!
Please watch the videos below to see ASRIC's work with the Civil Parties in Case 002:
Click on Survivors Voices 1, 2, and 3 for this link:
Please watch the videos below see ASRIC's work with the Civil Parties in Case 002:
Click on Survivors Voices 1, 2, and 3 for slideshows: