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Theary Seng founding the Center for Justice & Reconciliation with civil party applicants, 2009

Founding the Center for Justice & Reconciliation

in August 2009 to continue the work of CSD's "Justice & Reconciliation

Theary Seng at the Center for Justice & Reconciliation with CJR staff and civil party applicants, 2009.

We had to expedite the registration process in order to bridge as quickly as possible the work of justice and reconciliation and absorb as many of the CSD staff as possible after the government issued the court injunctive order against Theary Seng (a personal dispute exploited by politics to the destruction of CSD).  Consequently, Theary trusted her deputy to register the NGO in his name (and those of his relative and close friend), as her name was still yet too sensitive.

Since, Theary succeeded in registering CIVICUS: Center for Cambodian Civic Education in her name.

Now, CJR is incorporated as a major project of CIVICUS: Center for Cambodian Civic Education to streamline management as the work CJR furthers the purposes and goals of CIVICUS Cambodia as well as to protect from the all-too-familiar appropriation of names.

 


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