This report from REDRESS, Kdei Karuna and Global Survivors Fund’s (GSF), examines the scope and prevalence of CRSV during the Khmer Rouge regime and the main obstacles that survivors face in realising their right to reparations. It also explores what survivors’ would like in regards to effective reparation programmes. Finally, the study draws conclusions and explores the steps that the Cambodian authorities, civil society and the international community could take to help survivors in their search for redress. The study draws from consultations with survivors in–country, with experts and stakeholders, and desk research. This report is part of a multi-country study led by the GSF to fill the gap that exists around the world to honour the right of reparations for survivors of CRSV.