The Documentation Center of Cambodia assembled a large archive of contemporaneous documents from the Khmer Rouge regime.
What does DCC stand for?
DCC stands for Documentation Center of Cambodia (also seen as DC-Cam)
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We have 706 other meanings of DCC in our Acronym Attic
- District Curriculum Committee (education)
- Diversity Council of the Carolinas
- Division Computer Center
- Divisional Costs of Capital
- DLESE Community Collection (Digital Library for Earth System Education)
- Document Capture Center
- Document Control Center
- Document Control Clerk (profession)
- Document Control Custodian (various organizations)
- Document Kind Classification Code (International Electrotechnical Commission 61355 standard)
- Documents of the Christian Church
- DoD (Department of Defense) Common Console (air traffic control; US DoD)
- Dogmatic Constitution on the Church (Second Vatican Council)
- Dominion Color Corporation
- Donegal County Council (Ireland)
- Donor Coordination Council
- Dorset County Council (UK)
- DOS Command Center
- Double Cotton Covered (wire insulation)
- Double Crested Cormorant (bird)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This is the first [trial] of the Khmer Rouge leadership responsible for enacting a series of policies that led to the deaths of nearly 2 million people," said Anne Heindel, legal adviser to the independent Documentation Center of Cambodia, which collects evidence of Khmer Rouge atrocities.
The Documentation Center of Cambodia, which archives Khmer Rouge atrocities, said in a statement there are still many questions unanswered about what happened during the Khmer Rouge rule, including who the Khmer Rouge were and why there was so much killing.
Topics include political developments leading up to the prosecution, the possible incorporation of Buddhist morality into Cambodian accountability mechanisms, the gap between parameters placed on the tribunal by the Cambodian government and the preferences of the Cambodian people, the institutional development of the Cambodian justice system under different political regimes, ambiguities in the legal framework of the Extraordinary Chambers, the role of the Documentation Center of Cambodia in providing evidence, the relationship between the Extraordinary Chambers and efforts to establish the rule of law in the Cambodian context, and failure to recognize the accountability of lower-level cadres for the crimes of the Khmer Rouge.
Chhang Youk, director of Documentation Center of Cambodia, which archives Khmer Rouge atrocities, suggested that Duch should be sentenced to life imprisonment.
Youk Chhang, director of that Documentation Center of Cambodia that archives Khmer Rouge atrocities, said, ''Today is a turning point for Cambodia.