John Ciorciari spoke to Voice of America Cambodia about a recent Ohio University exhibit and lecture series chronicling the United Nations-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal. The Documentation Center of Cambodia planned this event to raise awareness about Khmer Rouge, the communist ruling party of Cambodia from 1975-1979 accused of socially engineered genocide. As part of this exhibit, Ciorciari gave a lecture at OU about the importance of the tribunal. He explained that the United Nations-backed trials can bring about a sort of reconciliation that is “about personal healing and about spiritual, moral, emotional, psychological” renewal.
John Ciorciari quoted in Voice of America article about Khmer Rouge tribunal, exhibit
May 7, 2010