The Khmer Rouge history being teached to young people initiated by Bophana, the center of audiovisual resource has finally closed its 4thyear project on Monday with 87 new documentaries.
Sponsored by the European Union and Rei Foundation, the “App-Learning on Khmer Rouge History” workshop is aimed at educating young people on what happened during Khmer Rouge and to let them meet the real survivors of Khmer Rouge.
This 4th year, there are 53 participants who are largely young people, have successfully completed the workshop.
The certificate presentation was presided over by the representative from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, Tun Sa Im, and Cheap Sovichea, director of Cambodia Film Commission.
According Chea Sopheap, Bophana Centre executive director, all researches, films, and interviews will be uploaded to the Khmer Rouge History mobile application that students, especially those in grade 10 to 12 can learn. They can find the app on both Google Play and App Store.