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Inspired by the museum’s commitment to celebrating Cambodia’s journey to peace, Australian artists Gerry Cummins

The Cambodia Peace Museum is raising funds to purchase a unique sculpture created through the

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) is thrilled to announce the Lotus Gala,

The ChubMet Festival showcases the importance of music and arts as ways for people to

CPCS Co-founder and Director Emma Leslie opened the RESILIENCE Exhibition with these words: “Cambodia is the

October 24, 2016 Our first Gala was incredible: Over 120 guests joined and everyone looked

On October 23, the Cambodia Peace Museum unveiled its first exhibition titled RESILIENCE. RESILIENCE is a

In October 2016, the Cambodia Peace Museum project together with CONSTABLE At Large Gallery created

The Cambodia Peace Museum is pleased to announce we are now a member of the

In April 2016, the Cambodia Peace Museum – a major project being carried out by

Featuring a collection of paintings by students from the Cambodia Land Mine Museum (CLMM) School,

The Cambodia Peace Museum has been busy collecting archives and strengthening and expanding our networks

MUSEUM DIARY: Phnom Penh, February 11 2016 The Peace Museum Team has just wrapped up a

On February 4, CPCS Co-founder and Peace Museum visionary Ngarm Soth Plai and CPCS Executive

Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies co-founder and Cambodia Peace Museum visionary Ngarm Soth Plai

The following article first appeared in the Phnom Penh Post on October 10, 2015. Click

MUSEUM DIARY: January 18, 2015 2016 marks the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Paris Peace

MUSEUM DIARY: October 15-16, 2015 This was my second time visiting Lowell, Massachusetts, home to the

MUSEUM DIARY: December 8, 2015 Hosting our first event in New York created a great opportunity

MUSEUM DIARY: October 21, 2015 On October 19, CPCS launched our first official event for the

MUSEUM DIARY: October 15-16, 2015 This was my second time visiting Lowell, Massachusetts, home to the

The following speech was delivered by CPCS co-founder Soth Plai Ngarm at an event in

CPCS representatives are speaking about reconciliation and the Cambodia Peace Museum project at an event

The Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies (CPCS) will officially launch the fundraising campaign for

SUPPORT THE PEACE MUSEUM

The East West Management Institute (EWMI) is accepting donations for the Cambodia Peace Museum on behalf of the Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies (CPCS).

All donations for this project are tax deductible and will be sent directly to CPCS. EWMI does not retain any overhead on these donations.

Please support this project by entering ‘Cambodia Peace Museum’ in the designation line of EWMI’s donation form or including ‘Cambodia Peace Museum’ in the memo line of your check.

Thank you for your support!