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A Research Project to Restore Cham Cultural Property and Communities after Conflict

A research project “Restoring Cham Cultural Property and Communities after Conflict” aims to get answer and explains the harm caused to Cham communities by the destruction of its cultural property followed Khmer Rouge genocide and how should the law respond to that harm?

The research project, which is underway between Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) and researchers from Queen’s University and Cambridge University, is funded by a development grant from the United Kingdom Research Council.

In March 2017, the research team travelled around Cambodia and conducted interviews with Cham communities in Phnom Penh, Kandal province, Kampong Chhnang, and Kampong Cham. Below is a photo gallery of the research project.