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Call for Essays: Genocide, Healing, Justice, and Peace: The Cambodian Experience

Call for Essays: Genocide, Healing, Justice, and Peace: The Cambodian Experience Due Date: July 15, 2011 Guest editor: Jonathan H. X. Lee, Ph.D. San Francisco State University Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice (Routledge) is an international journal distributed in more than 50 nations. We seek essays on the above theme for a special issue. For three years, eight months, and ...
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Ashamed to Be Cambodian

By SARORN RON SIM August 4, 2010 source: http://www.theasiamag.com/people/ashamed-to-be-cambodian A child of war, Sarorn Sim grew up as a refugee in Canada embarrassed by his past and almost ashamed to say he was Cambodian. But he has since come to understand the complexity of suffering and the joy of rebirth. Photo by: UNHCR/KD17506/ Refugee Camp ...
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