Resources and Publications
This paper reviews the development of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) and analyzes problems it faces in prosecuting leaders of the Khmer Rouge for serious crimes committed under their regime (1975-1979). It concludes that the “success of the ECCC experiment will be determined largely by how the Cambodian people and Cambodian institutions respond to the tribunal”.
This unique, interdisciplinary study utilizes demographic data as well as interviews to identify patterns of the forced migration and experiences of Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent. The study indicates that those leaving the country are not afforded due process and frequently suffer abuses at the hands of government officials, and makes recommendations to improve the migration system.
This paper provides a comprehensive normative analysis of federal law regarding immigration and trafficking, as well as of federal, California, and local law on labor and employment, in order to identify gaps in protections for domestic workers. It also surveys strategies utilized by cities, countries, and international organizations to address the human rights struggles of domestic workers.