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Civil courage is a type of courage, related closely to heroism, in which a person acts bravely to intervene or take a stand in a social situation. Meet courageous people from around the globe, who stood up against genocides in their respective countries.
Germany and Cambodia have had diplomatic relations since 1967, interrupted due to civil war and genocide in Cambodia between 1969 and 1993. German political foundation KAS investigates the past and present of German-Cambodian relations.
Counterfeit and falsified drugs can have a serious impact upon human health. In, 2010 an innovative art project (hosted by Meta House in Cambodia) investigated counterfeits in SE Asia and possible solutions.
COURAGEOUS TURTLE REPORT
More four decades after the fall of the Khmer Rouge (KR), Cambodia still grapples with Pol Pot’s brutal legacy. From 2016-18, an educational theatre project taught more than 40.000 students about KR history and present implications.
The Cham People and the Khmer Rouge
Cham people are members of three Muslim groups in Cambodia, who not share the same origin. But they suffered the similar fate as rest of the society during Pol Pot. For this community media project, young filmmakers set out to explore the history.
SREY 2020 – ART 4 WOMAN – WOMAN FOR ART
In Cambodia, gender norms remain heavily rooted in society, creating inequality and depriving women of their basic rights. The Meta project “SREY 2020” invited Cambodian and international artists to share their views on this crucial topic.
CAMBODIA THE LEGACY AND LESSONS OF UNTAC
The United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) was, at the time, the largest and most expensive peacekeeping operation. From 1992-93, it led to the restoration of civil rule after years of civil war and foreign intervention.
WHY TEACH ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST?
Between 1941 and 1945, Nazi Germany and its collaborators systematically murdered around six million Jews. Understanding the genocide and other crimes perpetrated by the Hitler regime remains of great significance in the modern world, regardless of where we live or who we are.
Fall of Phnom Penh
By April 1975 the Khmer Rouge Forces captured Phnom Penh. This book shares the Story and Pictures that Photographer Roland Neveu was able to smuggle out of the country.