The Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam)’s staff is entirely Cambodian. It is supervised by a Board of Directors composed of 9 Cambodian experts and is advised by a 15 member board of The Associate Advisors who are specialists on Cambodia. DC-Cam also relies heavily on interns, visiting scholars and volunteers. Finally, because of the highly technical nature of many of our activities, we occasionally retain the services of professional consultants in a variety of disciplines, such as international law, forensics, and remote sensing. We receive our funding from a wide range of international sources, both private and government, as evident in our donors list.
We continue to rely on the support of governments, private foundations, and concerned individuals to support our operations and our work to establish a permanent Sleuk Rith Institute that will carry on our mission. We are encouraged by continued international efforts to combat mass atrocities and promote peace, justice, and reconciliation, such as the bipartisan Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2016 introduced recently in the U.S. Senate. We look forward to continuing our work in Cambodia with the support of concerned members of the international community.