The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies are seeking to develop a peace museum for Cambodia. This would be an educational and experiential space that supports a national healing process. Cambodia’s people have shown great resilience in transforming conflict and overcoming great adversity. This museum would highlight this history and explain the conflict dynamics. It will inspire future actors for peace. The Centre for Law’s Associate Professor Alison Gerard is part of a team of international researchers collating archival material for the peace museum.