Cambodia: Reflections of the Khmer Rouge portrays life under the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, and brings the story up to date with information about the ongoing trials of former Khmer Rouge leaders. The exhibition features material from the archives at the Documentation Center of Cambodia, much of which has not been seen outside of Tuol Sleng, the former detention centre in Phnom Penh.
The permanent exhibition at Tuol Sleng was co-curated by Olivia Altaras, Sarah Jones Dickens and Sayana Ser. This version, hosted by the LSE Centre for the Study of Human Rights, contains original text by Peter Manning, PhD candidate and Research Associate of the Centre.
Visiting the exhibition
Cambodia: Reflections of the Khmer Rouge will run from 1 November until 10 December 2010.
Visitors are welcome during weekdays (Monday - Friday) between 10am and 8pm.
The exhibition will be in the Atrium Gallery in the Old Building at LSE (click here for a How to get to LSE location map)
Thursday 18 November, 6.30-8pm. Panel event: 'Impunity in Cambodia' with speakers including experts from Human Rights Watch and Global Witness
There will also be a number of screenings of films that explore related issues. More information will be posted here as these details are finalised.
The exhibition, panel event and film screenings are open to all, free to attend, with no booking or pre-registration required.