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Dear Friends of the Center for Justice & Reconciliation,


CJR is pleased to announce that this Friday, April 9th, 2010, we will hold a

public forum entitled "Victims Participation: Transforming the

Killing Fields to the Living, Healing Fields" in Anlong Veng, Oddar

Meanchey Province.


The forum will be held at the home of deceased Khmer Rouge leader, Ta Mok,

also known as Brother Number 5.  One hundred and fifty participants from the

community will engage in open discussion with one another, CJR staff,

representatives of the Association of Khmer Rouge Victims in Cambodia, ECCC

officials, and experts from various fields.


Please see the attached draft forum agenda, travel and hotel information and

map.  English translation will be provided.  We hope that you can join us in

this crucial step toward building community dialogue as part of the quest to

build a culture of memory, peace, and reconciliation.




The Center for Justice & Reconciliation





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