Who We Are

 

Established in 2000 at UC Berkeley, the War Crimes Studies Center (WCSC) is a university based research organization dedicated to promoting the rule of law, accountability, and human rights around the world, particularly in post-conflict societies.

Relying on a small core staff of lawyers, scholars, student interns, and volunteers, the Center concentrates its resources where it can make a real difference in post-conflict societies seeking to come to terms with their violent past and provide their citizens with justice and accountability.


 

Recent Posts

 

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Special Report: Ieng Thirith’s Fitness to Stand Trial, December 2012

AIJI is publishing this report as a separate addendum to the regular weekly monitoring report in order to discuss the 13 November 2012 appeal hearing before the...

 
 

KRT Trial Monitor

KRT Trial Monitor C002/02 – Initial Hearing (30 July 2014)

On 30 July 2014, the Trial Chamber of the ECCC presided over an Initial Hearing in Case  002/02 agai […]

Facing Justice, Episode 45

This is the 45th episode of a series of weekly TV reports about the proceedings in the second Khmer […]

Facing Justice, Episode 44

‘Facing Justice’ returns to Cambodian TV screens after a break of several months. This is the 44th e […]

Closing Statements in Case 002/01

October 2013 saw three weeks of closing statements in Case 002/01 by parties and  statements from Co […]

AIJI Outreach: Media at the Khmer Rouge Trials

Click here to read Christoph Sperfeldt’s (Regional Program Coordinator of AIJI) article in AsiaPacif […]