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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights.. CCHR in the News (Audio).. Press Releases.. Media Comments.. Letters.. Freedom of Expression.. Newsletters.. Series.. Case Study.. Fundamental Freedom.. Institutions.. Rule of Law.. Briefing Note.. Legal Analysis.. ក រ រក ស ស ថ រភ ព សង គម ក រ យ ប រក ស លទ ធផល ប ឆ ន ត.. 2013-08-12.. Location:.. វ គ ម ន ច ល រ ម ក ន ង កម មវ ធ ន រ ម ម ន ល ក ស ស ត រ ច រ យ បណ ឌ ត ស ខ ទ ច សកលវ ទ យ ធ ក រ ស កលវ ទ យ ល យ ខ មរ ន ង ជ អ នក ជ ន ញ វ ទ យ ស ស ត រ នយ ប យ ន ង ល ក អ វ រ ប រធ ន មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ ។ អ នក សម របសម រ ល៖ ល ក វណ ណ វ ច រ.. ល ក អ វ រ ៖ គណបក ស ត រ វ ជ សវ ង ហ ង ស ក រ យ ក រ ប ឆ ន ត.. 2013-08-05.. Location: Hello VOA.. ល ក អ វ រ ប រធ ន មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ ព ភ ក ស អ ព លទ ធភ ព ទប ស ក ត អ ព ហ ង ស ក រ យ ក រ ប ឆ ន ត។ (ម ន គ មស ង, ហ ឡ វ អ អ , វ ស នត ន, ៥ ស ហ ២០១៣).. ឥទ ធ ពល ន ប រព ន ធ សង គម (Facebook) ល យ ទ ធន ក រ ប ឆ ន ត ជ ត ២០១៣.. 2013-07-25.. Location: Radio Australia.. ត ម ត ល ខ របស ធន គ រ ព ភព ល ក ន ឆ ន ២០០៩ អ នកប រ ប រ ស អ នធ រណ ត ម ន ត ប រម ណ ០.. ៥% ប ណ ណ ហ យ ន ឆ ន ២០១០ ត ល ខ ន ប ន ក ន ត រ  ...   ធន ក រ ប ឆ ន ត ជ ត.. 2013-07-18.. ល ក ឡ ច វណ ណ មន ត រ សម របសម រ ល គម រ ង «ស ទ ធ » របស មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ ន ង កញ ញ ក វ គ ន ឡ អ នក ប រ ក ស ខ ង ប រព ន ធ ផ សព វផ ស យ ន ង ជ អ នក សរស រ គ ហទ ព រ ប ល ក (blog) ន យ យ ថ បណ ត ញ សង គម ជ យ ឲ យ គណបក ស ន ង អ នក គ ទ រ ក ន ត ខ ត ជ ត គ ន ន ង ទទ ល ប ន ប រយ ជន ជ ព ត ម ន ន ង យ បល ដ ច គ ន ។ (ស ង ស ផ ត, ហ ឡ វ អ អ ព ស ស, វ ស នត ន, ១៧ កក កដ ២០១៣).. ឥទ ធ ពល បណ ត ញ សង គម ន ក ន ង យ ទ ធន ក រ ប ឆ ន ត ជ ត.. 2013-07-11.. ល ក ឡ ច វណ ណ មន ត រ សម របសម រ ល គម រ ង «ស ទ ធ » របស មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ ន ង កញ ញ ក វ គ ន ឡ អ នក ប រ ក ស ខ ង ប រព ន ធ ផ សព វផ ស យ ន ង ជ អ នក សរស រ គ ហទ ព រ ប ល ក (blog) ន យ យ ថ ទ ង អ នក ប ឆ ន ត ន ង គណបក ស នយ ប យ ប ន ប រ ប រ ស បណ ត ញ សង គម ជ ព ស ស Facebook ទ ក ទង ន ង រ ង នយ ប យ ក ន ត ច រ ន។ (ស ង ស ផ ត, ហ ឡ វ អ អ ព ស ស, វ ស នត ន, ១០ កក កដ ២០១៣).. Previous.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. Next..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR Condemns the RGC’s Violent Clampdown on Human Rights and the Resulting Deterioration of the State of Democracy in Cambodia.. Press Release.. Released on 2014-01-04.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) condemns the Royal Government of Cambodia’s (the “RGC”) violent clampdown on human rights – especially on the rights to freedom of expression and assembly – over the past three days, which has resulted in further deterioration of the state of democracy in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”).. CCHR Releases a Briefing Note on the Excessive Use of Force Against Demonstrators in 2013 and Condemns Yesterday’s Violence.. Released on 2014-01-03.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) releases today – 3 January 2014 – a Briefing Note on the excessive use of force by security forces in 2013 in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”).. The Briefing Note finds that excessive use of force has been an all too common occurrence in 2013: at least 25 demonstrations were violently repressed, with authorities using electroshock weapons, guns, tear-gas, water cannons, and batons, to beat and disperse protesters.. CCHR Expresses Concerns Over The Call by The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia to Implement a Zero-Tolerance Policy Against Illegal Strikes.. Released on 2013-12-24.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) is greatly concerned by the statement released by the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (“GMAC”) on 18 December 2013, claiming that the Royal Government of Cambodia (the “RGC”) appears to be too patient in dealing with unions.. GMAC represents more than 400 garment and footwear factories in the country and claims in its statement  ...   the term “yuon” is not pejorative.. Open Letter From CCHR Expressing Grave Concern Over Discriminatory Language Reportedly Used by the CNRP.. Letter.. Released on 2013-12-12.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) would like to express grave concern over remarks reportedly made by Cambodian National Rescue Party (“CNRP”) leader Sam Rainsy, which are both derogatory and discriminatory, against women and people of Vietnamese origin, during a rally in Siem Reap on 10 December 2013.. CCHR Releases a Report Providing an Overview of The Land Situation in Cambodia And Concrete Recommendations to End The Land Conflict.. Today, 12 December 2013, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) Land Reform Project releases a report entitled “Cambodia: Land in Conflict” (the “Report”).. In light of the increasingly volatile nature of the land conflict in Cambodia, this Report offers an overview of the sources, forms and impact of the conflict throughout the country and provides recommendations to the Royal Government of Cambodia (the “RGC”) for the resolution of this conflict.. Cambodian NGOs promote the rights of LGBT Cambodians on International Human Rights Day.. Released on 2013-12-09.. On International Human Rights Day – 10 December 2013 – the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR), CamASEAN Youth’s Future, Positive MSM Group, Rainbow Community Kampuchea (RoCK), Cooperation for Social Services and Development (CSSD), Cambodian Network Men Women Development (CNMWD), Men Health Cambodia (MHC), Men Health’s Social Service (MHSS) and KANHNHA are uniting in an event to raise awareness of the LGBT movement in Cambodia and celebrate the human rights of everyone.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 56.. 57..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CLEC, Equitable Cambodia, and CCHR will be hosting a Discussion Platform on “Land Issues after the 2013 Parliamentary Election and Recommendations”.. On 12 December 2013, Community Legal Education Center (CLEC), Equitable Cambodia (EC), and Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) will host a discussion on “Land  ...   platform is designed to provide an opportunity for civil society organizations, affected communities, and political parties to engage in discussions about the state of land rights in Cambodia in the aftermath of the July 2013 parliamentary election and to work on recommendations for the future.. 44.. 45..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR and CASC Urge the RGC to Ensure the Acid Sub-Decree Is Implemented.. Media Comment.. Released on 2013-10-27.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) and the Cambodian Acid Survivors Charity (CASC) are concerned about the lack of implementation of the Sub-Decree on the Formalities and Conditions for Strong Acid Control (the “Sub-Decree”), passed on 31 January 2013, as well as comments made by high-ranking officials of the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) regarding their responsibility of the implementation of the Sub-Decree.. CCHR Condemns the Disruption by the Authorities of Public Forum Organized by CCIM.. Released on 2013-08-23.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) condemns the disruption of the public forum on elections organized by the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (“CCIM”) in Battambang on 22 August 2013 as reported in The Phnom Penh Post today (Friday, 23 August 2013).. CCHR highlights concerns about increased strikes at garment factories in 2013.. Released on 2013-01-27.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) is concerned by reports in The Phnom Penh Post on 21 January 2013 (‘Strikes in Cambodian factories may hit orders’) that about 10,000 workers have been in an ongoing strike against seven or eight factories since the beginning of  ...   violation of the rights to freedom of expression and assembly by police in Battambang.. Released on 2013-01-22.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) expresses strong concern at the arrest of 10 young men and eight young women in Battambang on Saturday, simply for gathering in a public place while wearing matching T-shirts, in an attempt to promote their pop group (The Phnom Penh Post, Monday 21 January 2013, p.. 3).. CCHR highlights concerns with working conditions of Cambodian garment workers.. Released on 2013-01-06.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) remains concerned with the working conditions in Cambodian garment factories, which are clearly not yet safe and healthy for workers, and which are in breach of workers’ basic labor rights.. CCHR commends Appeal Court for overturning guilty verdict for Phlong Srey Rann.. Released on 2013-01-03.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) commends the decision by the Appeal Court on 31 December 2012 to overturn the Phnom Penh Municipal Court’s 2011 guilty verdict for Phlong Srey Rann.. Srey Rann, a lesbian, was accused of illegal detention and human trafficking by her girlfriend’s family and sentenced to five years in prison in November 2011 after being convicted on charges of statutory rape..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Open letter to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh concerning the continued detention of Adilur Rahman Khan.. Released on 2013-09-11.. Dear Prime Minister, We are writing to express our deep concern over the arrest of Adilur Rahman Khan on August 10, 2013 and his continued detention in connection with his work in the defense of human rights.. We urge the relevant authorities to release Mr.. Khan immediately and drop all charges.. Letter to Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra concerning the continual shooting to death of Cambodian civilians in Thai territory and the lack of any investigation.. Released on 2013-04-26.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) expresses its deep concern regarding the continual shooting of Cambodian civilians in Thai territory – which have caused countless deaths and serious injuries.. 2012 saw a startling increase in the number of recorded attacks: the Thai-Cambodian Border Relation Office reports that 45 Cambodian civilians were shot dead by the Royal Thai Army in Thai territory during 2012 – a threefold increase on 2011 (15 deaths).. His Excellency please have mercy and intervene in the case regarding threats made by Mr.. Tep Nan, the head of the Andong Four village community, directed to Ms.. Yong Sophorn; and the Sangkat Kork  ...   Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia (BAKC) to prohibit lawyers from giving radio and television interviews without its prior permission.. This infringes not only upon their fundamental right to freedom of expression, but also their ability and professional duty to speak on legal issues- which is in the public interest.. Open Letter to His Excellency Ambassador of the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos to Cambodia Regarding the Disappearance of Human Rights Defender Sombath Somphone.. Released on 2013-01-16.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights ("CCHR") would like to express its deep concern regarding the disappearance of prominent human rights defender Sombath Somphone, in Vientiane, on 15 December 2012.. Sombath Somphone is well known for his work educating and training youths to promote sustainable development in Laos.. Open Letter to His Excellency Ngo Anh Dung, Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia, calling for the guilty verdict in the case of 14 Vietnamese bloggers to be overturned.. Released on 2013-01-11.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) would like to express grave concern regarding the case of fourteen Vietnamese bloggers, who were sentenced on 9 January 2013 to jail terms ranging from three to thirteen years after a two-day trial at the People’s Court in Nghe An province in Vietnam..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR Alert.. Date Issue on 2014-01-06.. Human Rights Defenders.. Date Issue on 2014-01-03.. Date Issue on 2013-12-05.. Freedom of Expression.. Harsh Crackdown on Peaceful Assembly at Wat Phnom Results in Five Injured.. Date Issue on 2013-10-18.. More use of unlawful force by Cambodian authorities on peaceful protesters.. Date Issue on 2013-09-23.. Phnom Penh authorities attempt to crack down on Boeung Kak community march.. Date Issue on 2013-09-04.. Ratanakkiri Provincial Court finds two accused not guilty in the case of murdered reporter.. Date Issue on 2013-08-28..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: A Reporter Briefly Detained by Police Chief After Taking Photographs of Police Officers at Work.. Date Issue on 2013-08-17.. The Ministry of Information ban all the radio stations from broadcasting foreign radio program during election campaign period.. Date Issue on 2013-06-29.. SRP commune chief threatened by forestry administration for  ...   citizens to remove the Mam Sonando Justice Calendar from their homes.. Date Issue on 2013-03-01.. Cambodian authorities disrupt two Civil Society events planned in parallel with the ASEAN Summit and threaten to arrest any protesters during the visit of President of the United States, Barack Obama.. Date Issue on 2012-11-14..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Two forest activists from Kratie province receive death threats from the authorities.. Date Issue on 2013-04-12.. Death Threats.. Kampong Thom Provincial Court summons nine Prey Lang community activists from Sandan district for questioning on 14 March 2013.. Date Issue on 2013-03-13..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: As noted by the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Cambodia (the “Special Rapporteur”) last August at the United Nations (“UN”) Human Rights Council, “Land rights continue to be a major issue in this country.. ”1 Conflict over land – combined with the widespread and systematic violation of land rights – is one of the most prominent human rights problems faced by Cambodians throughout the country, one whose roots can be traced to the abolition of private ownership when the Khmer Rouge took over power in 1975.. Politics in the Kingdom: Increasing Female Representation 2013 National Assembly Elections.. Released on 2013-12-05.. Following the National Assembly (“NA”) elections held on 28 July 2013, this Supplement provides an analysis of the data resulting from these elections with regards to female representation in the NA as well as with appointed positions.. Promote Women`s Political Representation in Cambodia.. Sixth Bi-annual Report “Fair Trial Rights in Cambodia”.. Released on 2013-12-04.. This report on “Fair Trial Rights in Cambodia” (the “Report”) is an output of the Cambodian Trial Monitoring Project implemented by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”).. CCHR’s vision is of a non-violent Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), in which people enjoy their fundamental human rights, are treated equally, are empowered  ...   a cornerstone of any functioning democracy.. Without the right to seek and impart information, to hold opinions and to engage in debate, citizens cannot meaningfully participate in the political lives of their nations.. Freedom of expression is also an important guarantor of other rights; allowing citizens to express dissatisfaction when their other rights are violated, for example.. Pre-Trial and Trial Procedures A Handbook for Criminal Procedure in Cambodian Courts.. Released on 2013-08-26.. The codification of criminal law and procedure is a relatively recent occurrence in the Kingdom of Cambodia’s (“Cambodia”) history.. The 1993 Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia (the “Constitution”) provides for the recognition of and respect for human rights, as guaranteed in all relevant international human rights instruments.. Mini Report following National Political Platform Debate on “Special Measures to solve Women’s and Children’s issues in Cambodia” held in Phnom Penh on 3 July 2013.. This mini report summarizes the issues raised during the National Political Platform Debate entitled “Special Measures to Solve Women’s and Children’s Issues in Cambodia” (the “Debate”) held on 3 July in Phnom Penh.. The event was jointly organized with the collaboration of a number of non-governmental organizations (“NGOs”) and civil society organizations (“CSOs”), details of which are provided in the Annex to this report..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Released on 2013-12-20.. When IFEX decided to take on the issue of impunity as a network-wide campaign, our first challenge was a troubling lack of awareness of both the extent of this problem and its impact on free expression.. THE HUB, CAMBODIA’S GARMENT FACTORIES & LGBT.. Released on 2013-09-27.. This edition of the Sithi Project newsletter highlights new and noteworthy activities undertaken over the past several months: regular trainings for human rights enthusiasts within CCHR’s new technology-focused “Sithi Hub,” a map of garment factories operating throughout Cambodia, and the new Rainbow Khmer Portal – CCHR’s one-stop shop for information related to the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) Cambodians.. Human Rights Portal – Sithi.. Lives of Female candidates in National Assembly Election 2013 in Cambodia.. Released on 2013-07-26.. This leaflet profiles seven women who stood as candidates in the 2013 National Assembly Election (“NA Elections”) in Cambodia: Ms.. Kun Kimly from the Cambodian Nationality Party (“CNP”), Lok Chum teav.. Phon Phalla from FUNCINPEC party, Mrs.. Sok Rat Sovann Panhchakseila from the Republican Democracy Party (“RDP”), Lok Chum Teav Sun Saphoeun from the Cambodian People’s Party (“CPP”), Mrs.. Pen Chanto from the Khmer Economic Development Party (“KEDP”), Mrs.. Kun Lom Ang from the Cambodian National Rescue Party (“CNRP”) and Mrs.. Meng Volark from the League for Democracy Party (“LDP”).. CCHR’s Hotline in 2012 and a New  ...   June 2012 Commune/Sangkat Council elections.. The four women come from four different provinces: Ms.. Ear Chanthol, commune chief, Kienchrey commune, Kampong Siem district, Kampong Cham province; Ms.. Pich Sreyphal, first deputy, Trapaeng Chorng commune, Bakan district, Pursat province; Ms.. Chea Sipheng, second deputy, Korkithom commune, Kiensvay district, Kandal province; and Mis.. Ny Romdoul, second deputy, Preaek Luong commune, Aek Phnum district, Battambang province.. Highlighting the Gap between Commitment and Reality.. Released on 2012-08-03.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) Sithi Project today releases the fifth edition of our bi-monthly project newsletter titled “Highlighting the Gap between Commitment and Reality”.. The focus of the newsletter is Sithi’s two newest features – a map of acid attacks in Cambodia from 2009 to 2012 and a data analysis of the latest Commune/Sangkat Elections in June 2012 – which highlight the need for the Royal Government of Cambodia to follow-up on its commitments to address human rights issues with concrete initiatives.. A Quarterly Newsletter on Human Rights Activism Issue 5 - Results Based Empowerment.. Released on 2012-07-16.. This issue of the Cambodian Human Rights Network (HRN) Project newsletter series examines the progress regarding the implementation of the Human Rights Network Project (“the Project”), more particularly the partnering of Target Beneficiaries, linking them together and increasing their capacities through training in documentation and advocacy, land law, Pre-Trial Procedures and Complaint Writing..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Sithi Newsletter Vol 4: Sithi Monitors Freedom of Expression in Cambodia.. Released on 2012-07-13.. On 3 May, the world celebrated World Press Freedom Day.. This edition of the Sithi Project bi-monthly newsletter, the fourth to date, thus focuses on freedom of expression, featuring two items – the recently published map of harassment of media cases and the death of environmental activist Chut Wutty – two topics that illustrate the perilous state of freedom of expression in Cambodia.. A quarterly Newsletter on Human Rights Activism.. Released on 2012-03-30.. The Cambodian Human Rights Network ("the Network") Project is a Cambodian Center  ...   as a community level.. The Project, which began in June 2010, facilitates training on human rights to grassroots activists working for Community Based Organizations ("CBOs").. New look of sithi portal version 04.. Released on 2012-03-27.. Sithi means ‘rights’ in Khmer; the Sithi Project aims to increase awareness and understanding of human rights (especially civil and political rights) and their status in Cambodia.. This third edition of the Sithi Project bi-monthly newsletter focuses on the development of the online human rights portal, Sithi.. org, its achievements so far, and its new look and functionality as Sithi.. org version 4.. 0..

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