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The Cambodia Documentation Commission is an association of Cambodian refugees, and human rights, legal, and Cambodia specialists. Associates of the Documentation Commission have conducted numerous research investigations in Cambodia and Thailand, analyzed phenomena of repression, translated Khmer language documents into English and international human rights declarations and conventions into Khmer, made human rights appeals to Cambodian political leaders and UN member states, made oral and written interventions at the UN Commission on Human Rights, testified to committees of the U.S. Congress, and monitored the Cambodia debates at the UN General Assembly and international conferences on Cambodia. The Director of the Documentation Commission is David R. Hawk, Associate of the Columbia University Center for the Study of Human Rights.