Personal stories of Cambodians who suffered during the Genocide, but who have now dedicated their lives to children's education.
The Khmer Rouge Genocide of 1975 - 1979 killed between 1.7 and 2.2 million people yet its devastating impact on Cambodia continues to resonate even today, often hidden from view.
These are the personal yet untold stories of people who suffered terribly during the Genocide, and who subsequently dedicated their lives to children's education.
The exhibition combines Mick Yates' metaphorical photography from the now silent Killing Fields, which are all over the country, with powerful quotes from those harrowing stories.
It also features a brief history of the Cambodian tragedy to set context, and a positive update on education today.
Thursday 5th to Thursday 19th December
Free Entry: 10 am to 4 pm (closed Sundays)