The third pillar of the institute will be a school. Cambodian and international high school and university students will be able to take courses on Khmer Rouge history, genocide studies, and human rights. The school will also contain a library and offices for students and scholars.
An Academic Program - We are working with local and international experts in law, history, anthropology, political science, and other fields to design a new curriculum for genocide studies and human rights in Cambodia. We have strong ties to numerous Cambodian universities, such as the Royal University of Phnom Penh; the Faculties of Law, History, Anthropology, Archeology, and Foreign Language; and international universities such as Yale, Harvard, Rutgers, Michigan, Hong Kong, Concordia, and Coventry.
A State-of-the-Art Library - A multi-level library will provide students and researchers space for study and research. The library will have desks and computer stations for researchers, audio/visual rooms, and a helpful staff of experts to direct researchers to appropriate materials. We will also have a document storage area for our many sensitive and aging documentary materials.