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Broadcasting justice : media outreach at the Khmer Rouge trials

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Item Summary Sperfeldt, Christoph 2015-07-09T00:55:50Z 2015-07-09T00:55:50Z 2014-07
dc.identifier.issn 1522-0966
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dc.description.abstract Increasingly, individuals who have perpetrated mass atrocities are being held to account in criminal tribunals. Whether these are in-country tribunals or convened elsewhere, one of their main purposes is to obtain justice for victims. Building a bridge between the tribunal and the affected population is key to achieving this and other goals, such as promoting the rule of law and community reconciliation. But limited or ineffective outreach can negate the wider potential of these tribunals. Surprisingly, tribunals do not typically give the outreach process the priority needed to realize its potential. The case of the tribunal in Cambodia, which is trying leaders of the Khmer Rouge, demonstrates that innovative approaches to outreach--including, in this case, a TV series in a popular talk-show format--can help ensure that the opportunity for national progress provided by the tribunal is fully realized.
dc.format.extent 12 p.
dc.language.iso en-US
dc.publisher Honolulu, HI: East-West Center
dc.relation.ispartofseries AsiaPacific issues ; no. 115
dc.subject.lcsh Trials (Crimes against humanity) - Press coverage - Cambodia
dc.subject.lcsh Crimes against humanity - Cambodia
dc.title Broadcasting justice : media outreach at the Khmer Rouge trials
dc.type Report
dc.type.dcmi Text
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