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    The ChubMet Festival showcases the importance of music and arts as ways for people to share their experiences, their hopes for the future, and celebrate resilience in Cambodia. Siem Reap’s second...
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    02 Feb 2017
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    Music and arts have played an important role in how Cambodians heal themselves, their families and their communities. Despite the best efforts of the Khmer Rouge to erase any music or...
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    21 Dec 2016
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    CPCS Co-founder and Director Emma Leslie opened the RESILIENCE Exhibition with these words: “Cambodia is the possibility for us to be reminded that there is always hope; that there is always resilience;...
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    05 Dec 2016
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    In October 2016, the Cambodia Peace Museum project together with CONSTABLE At Large Gallery created the photography exhibition, RESILIENCE, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords. The exhibition celebrate...
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    26 Oct 2016
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    On October 23, the Cambodia Peace Museum unveiled its first exhibition titled RESILIENCE. RESILIENCE is a collaborative project with Sasha Constable of CONSTABLE At Large Gallery to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Paris...
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    24 Oct 2016
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    October 24, 2016 Our first Gala was incredible: Over 120 guests joined and everyone looked absolutely gorgeous arriving on the red carpet. After cocktails and canapés in the Elephant Courtyard, Phare...
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SHOWCASING PEACE IN CAMBODIA

walk 1995 with signThe Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies (CPCS) is embarking on a journey to launch the Cambodia Peace Museum. CPCS is deeply grounded in Cambodia, and uses the rich conflict and peace history of the country as a learning space for peacework throughout Asia and beyond. 

demining-2-225x300-1-225x300 croppedThe Peace Museum will be a space for learning and reflecting on the journey from the civil war that begin in the 1970s and continued through the 1990s, with an emphasis on peace-building and reconciliation efforts.

Exhibits will explore the different approaches to ending the conflict, including the peace process that resulted in the signing of the Paris Peace Accords in 1991, as well as the many efforts led by Cambodians in civil society, former combatants, the government and faith groups.

The Peace Museum will seek to engage with the younger generations of Cambodians to learn from the past to sustain peace in Cambodia.

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IN THEIR WORDS

CAMBODIAN PEACEBUILDERS

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The Cambodia Peace Museum will highlight the personal transformation of Cambodian peacebuilders and how their experiences with conflict became their motivation to work for peace, as part of the wider story of peace and reconciliation work in the country.

For some examples of the stories the museum will tell, click on the link below to browse profiles of Cambodian peacebuilders from the CPCS publication Resilience.

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