CDP is recruiting Research Assistant

The Cambodian Defenders Project is seeking a Research Assistant for a full time position to work on a research project investigating gender based violence against ethnic minorities during the Khmer Rouge regime based in Phnom Penh with frequent travels to the province for an assignment of 7 months. Application deadline is 25 August 2013.

Download the full job announcement here.

7 Questions with Mr. Duong Savorn

Published by Phnom Penh Post on 12 July 2013

Phnom Penh Post interviews CDP Project Coordinator Mr. Duong Savorn about “The Mystery of Sexual Violence under the Khmer Rouge Regime”, a collection of testimonies authored by him and published by CDP in 2011.

CDP recruiting student volunteers for Women’s Hearing 2013

CDP will host the third Women’s Hearing on the topic of Gender-Based Violence during the Khmer Rouge regime in September 2013. This year’s panel for the Hearing will consist of student volunteers. CDP is now recruiting volunteers based on the Student Panel Terms of Reference. Deadline for applications is 31 July 2013.

Download the Student Panel Terms of Reference here.
Download the Women’s Hearing’s concept note here.

VSS recruiting consultant for training on gender sensitivity

The Victims Support Section (VSS) at the ECCC is recruiting one international consultant to conduct trainings for court staff and NGO workers on gender sensitivity in transitional justice processes. This training is a follow-up to a workshop conducted in 2012. Deadline for applications is 15 July 2013 at 4 pm.

Go the Job Announcement and Terms of Reference.

Cambodian Women Oral History Project on the way

Published in International Journal on Oral History in Spring 2013

Inspired by the Asia-Pacific Regional Women’s Hearing 2012, Theresa de Langis, a Cambodian-based independent consultant on women’s human rights in conflict settings, has initiated an oral history project to collect the testimonies of Cambodian women’s full experience during the conflict called “Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Wives.” This article features an introduction on her work.