After more than a decade of working in conflict resolution around the world, Dr. Emma Leslie, executive director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, together with her husband Dr. Soth Plai Ngarm, brought to Cambodia the Cambodia Peace Gallery. The gallery had its official opening on October 23, 2018, in Battambang province. The vision of the project is to provide a space where survivors can share, reflect on and learn from their experiences. There are three main buildings; the main hall and two gallery buildings featuring paintings and portraits reflecting Cambodia's history and its effort in peace building after the Khmer Rouge genocide. Located 15 kilometers away from the city centre of Battambang province, the Cambodia Peace Gallery is ready to welcome local and international visitors who wish to learn about Cambodia's past.