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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.. Series on Fair Trial Rights and Rule of Law - Human Trafficking  ...   women, and children are trafficked for sexual and labor exploitation throughout South East Asia.. In 2008, the Law on the Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation (the “LHTSE”) was introduced in an effort to increase the rate of successful prosecutions for human trafficking offenders in Cambodia..

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    Descriptive info: Released on 2014-01-03.. 2013 saw an upsurge in the number of demonstrations in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”),with hundreds of thousands of people taking their complaints to the public forum.. From protests by garment workers and victims of forced evictions, to rallies by the political opposition, the end of the year was marked by daily news of demonstrations.. Briefing Note.. Legal Analysis of the Criminal Case Against Ex-Bavet Governor Chhouk Bandith and Police Chief Sar Chantha Arising from the Shooting of Kaoway Factory Workers on 20 February 2012.. Released on 2013-11-23.. On 25 June 2013, Chhouk Bandith , ex-Bavet City Governor (the "Defendant"), was found guilty of "causing involuntary bodily harm" (the "Charges") under Article 236 of the Cambodian Criminal Code 2009 (the Penal Code"),.. Legal Analysis.. Severance of Proceedings in Case 002 at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.. Released on 2013-10-14.. This Briefing Note aims at summarizing developments in the long-awaited trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan (“Case 002”) at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (the “ECCC”).. Recommendations for Reform for the New Royal Government of Cambodia.. Released on 2013-09-10.. This Briefing Note calls on  ...   Case Number 1560).. Released on 2013-09-03.. On 27 December 2012, Yorm Bopha (the “Defendant”), land rights activist from the Boeng Kak area of Phnom Penh, was found guilty of “intentional violence with aggravating circumstances” under Article 218 of the Cambodian Criminal Code 2009 (the “Penal Code”) and was sentenced to three years in prison.. Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review of Cambodia.. Released on 2013-08-22.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR), PEN International, Cambodian PEN, International Publishers Association (IPA), ARTICLE 19, the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM), the Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL) and the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) welcome the opportunity to contribute to the second cycle of the UPR process of the Kingdom of Cambodia (Cambodia).. Universal Periodic Review of Cambodia 18th Session January/February 2014.. This submission was written by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights1 and the Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV (APN+),2 in collaboration with the Sexual Rights Initiative3 (SRI).. This submission provides an overview of the general situation of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Cambodia, looking at the legislative context.. Previous.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. Next..

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    Descriptive info: CCHR Policy Brief – Women’s Political Representation in Cambodia July 2013.. Released on 2013-07-26.. This Policy Brief summarizes a series of six round table discussions (“RTDs”) on promoting women’s political representation and participation in Cambodia, facilitated either independently by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) or in cooperation with various other nongovernmental  ...   Released on 2013-07-14.. Today, 14 July 2013, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights ("CCHR") releases a Briefing Note on pre-trial detention in the Kingdom of Cambodia ("Cambodia") which examines the use of pre-trial detention in domestic courts in Cambodia, explores alternatives to pre-trial detention, and offers recommendations for reform to the current system..

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    Descriptive info: Released on 2013-06-02.. Summary of the Legal Analysis of the Charging and Sentencing of Cambodian Journalist and Human Rights Defender Mam Sonando (Criminal Case Number 2207).. Released on 2013-03-03.. On 1 October 2012 Mam Sonando (the “Defendant”), owner of Beehive Radio and President of a well- ‐known non- ‐governmental organization (“NGO”) called the Democrat Association, was found guilty of six charges (the “Charges”) under the Penal Code 2009 (the “Penal Code”) after a four- ‐day trial at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court from 11 to 14 September 2012 inclusive (the “Trial”).. Legal Analysis of the Charging and Sentencing of Cambodian Journalist and Human Rights Defender Mam Sonando (Criminal Case Number 2207).. Analysis of the Legal Grounds for Conviction and the Fairness of the Judicial Proceedings in the Criminal Cases Against Sam Rainsy.. Released on 2012-11-15.. This legal analysis is written by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”), a non-political, independent, non-governmental organization (“NGO”) that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights  ...   2012, 13 female representatives of the evicted communities at Boeung Kak were charged, tried, sentenced and imprisoned over the course of a single day.. 1 The women are: Tep Vanny, Heng Mom, Chheng Leap, Kong Chantha, Tol Sreypov, Phann Chhunreth, Pov Sophea, Soung Sakmai, Chan Navy, Tho Davy, Ngoun Kimleang, Song Sreyleap and Nget Khun.. 2 They were charged at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court under Article 504 of the Penal Code 2009 (Aggravating Circumstances (Obstruction of Public Official)) and Article 34 of the Land Law 2001 (Illegal Occupation of Land) (the “Charges”).. 3 Under Article 504 of the Penal Code 2009 and Article 259 of the Land Law 2001, seven women were sentenced to two years and six months in prison, five to two years (with six months’ suspended sentence), and 72-year-old Nget Khun to a year (with a year and six months’ suspended sentence).. 4 Throughout the course of this Legal Analysis, the 13 Boeung Kak women will be referred to as the “Defendants”..

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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”.. Press Release.. Released on 2013-12-09.. 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 Issues after the 2013 Parliamentary Election and Recommendations.. ” This 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.. CCHR Releases the Sixth Bi-nnual Report on Fair Trial Rights in Cambodia Assessing Courts’ Adherence to Fair Trial Standards.. Released on 2013-12-04.. Today, 4 December 2013, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights’ (“CCHR”) Trial Monitoring Project releases the sixth bi-annual report on the extent of application of fair trial rights and correct procedure in Cambodian courts (the “Report”).. CCHR launches the “Sithi Hub,” the first human rights technology hub in Cambodia.. Released on 2013-11-28.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) launches today — 28 November 2013— the “Sithi Hub”, the first physical human rights technology hub in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), where innovators and human rights advocates can get together, share ideas, exchange information and knowledge, attend weekly trainings, forums and talks, and develop new and innovative ways to use technology to protect and promote human rights.. CCHR  ...   analysis of the criminal charges leveled against ex-Bavet governor Chhouk Bandith and Police Chief Sar Chantha (the “Legal Analysis”), arising from the shooting of three Kaoway factory workers on 20 February 2012.. CCHR and OMCT Welcome Today’s Supreme Court Decision to Temporarily Release Yorm Bopha and Call on the Court of Appeal to Promptly Hear Her Case and Clear Her Name.. Released on 2013-11-22.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) and the World Organization Against Torture (OMCT) welcome the decision of the Supreme Court, handed down earlier today, to temporarily release land rights activist Yorm Bopha pending the re-hearing of her case by the Court of Appeal.. Yorm Bopha was convicted on 27 December 2012 and sentenced to three years in prison on charges of “intentional violence with aggravating circumstances” under Article 218 of the Cambodian Criminal Code after she allegedly ordered an attack on two motorbike taxi drivers who she did not even know.. In June 2013, the Court of Appeal ruled that Yorm Bopha was not a direct perpetrator of the assault but the instigator behind it, and reduced her sentence to two years.. Justice for Journalists - Vigil to End Impunity Against Journalists in Cambodia.. Released on 2013-11-21.. We, the undersigned organizations, are organizing a vigil starting at 5:30 PM at the Olympic Stadium on November 21st, 2013 to ask for justice for the 11 journalists who died in Cambodia in the past 20 years.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 56.. 57..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR Highlights Cases of Impunity in Cambodia Ahead of the International Day to End Impunity.. Released on 2013-11-20.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) is highlighting ongoing cases of impunity in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”) ahead of the International Day to End Impunity on23 November 2013.. Rampant impunity severely impacts the development of democracy and human rights in Cambodia.. Perpetrators of crimes often go unpunished and victims of these crimes never see justice.. CCHR Deplores the Use of Live Ammunition by Security Forces as Today’s SL Garment Factory Protests Turned Violent.. Released on 2013-11-12.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) strongly condemns the violent turn of events during today’s – 12 November 2013 – protest by hundreds of garment workers from the SL Garment Factory, which produces garments for the Gap and H&M.. Strikes and protests at the SL Garment Factory have been ongoing since early August, with workers asking for a wage increase, the reinstatement of meal breaks and the removal of military police hired by the factory as security guards, demands which have remained unanswered by the factory’s management.. The protestors today were attempting to march to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house near the Independence Monument in central Phnom Penh, but were stopped by security forces in the capital’s Meanchey district, where the factory is located.. CCHR Deplores the Perpetuation of Impunity in Chhouk Bandith Case.. Released on 2013-11-04.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) deplores today’s decision of the Court of Appeal to uphold the  ...   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 Expresses Concern Regarding the Cambodian Authorities’ Repeated Attempts to Limit Peaceful Assembly of Civil Society Groups.. Released on 2013-10-11.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) would like to highlight and express concern regarding the continued negative reaction from Cambodian authorities in response to requests or notifications by civil society groups attempting to hold peaceful demonstrations in Phnom Penh.. CCHR would like to remind the Royal Government of Cambodia (“RGC”) and the Phnom Penh municipal authorities that it is their duty, not to restrict free assembly, but to facilitate it through maintaining peace and public order.. CCHR urges buyers and GMAC to support transparency efforts in the Cambodian garment industry.. Released on 2013-09-27.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) welcomes the decision by the International Labour Organisation’s Better Factories Cambodia program (“ILO-BFC”) to return to publically disclosing some of its findings, based on the monitoring of over 450 factories, in January 2014 and urges companies currently supplied by Cambodia-based factories and the Garment Manufacturers’ Association in Cambodia (GMAC) to support this initiative..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR publishes the Database of Trial Monitoring in Cambodia.. Released on 2013-09-26.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) publishes today – 26 September 2013 – a database of all criminal trials monitored within the Cambodian courts by CCHR’s Trial Monitoring Project (the “Project”) implemented since August 2009 (the “Database”).. JOINT PUBLIC STATEMENT: Cambodia’s government and donors must act now to prevent escalation of violence.. Released on 2013-09-24.. Gravely concerned at the Cambodian authorities’ repeated use of excessive force to prevent and suppress the people’s exercise of the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and expression, the undersigned non-governmental organizations call on the Cambodian and foreign governments to take immediate action to prevent the human rights situation from deteriorating further.. CCHR Releases a Report on the Situation of the Right to Freedom of Expression in Cambodia in 2012 and so Far in 2013.. Released on 2013-09-19.. Today, 19 September 2013, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights’ (“CCHR”) Cambodian Freedom of Expression Project releases a report entitled “Repression of Expression: The State of Free Speech in Cambodia” (the “Report”).. As a follow up from the 2010 joint report facilitated by CCHR entitled, “Cambodia Gagged: Democracy at Risk”, the Report demonstrates how freedom of expression has deteriorated in comparison to  ...   and their expectations for the future.. Civilian shot dead by military police in Phnom Penh as clashes continue.. It has been confirmed that one civilian was shot dead near Kbal Thnal bridge in Phnom Penh as clashes continued between the authorities and a group of yet unidentified protesters.. Many gunshots were fired into the air by military police and protesters attempted to smash a barrier in the middle of the road.. Clashes Between Security Forces and Protesters in Phnom Penh During CNRP Mass Demonstration.. Released on 2013-09-15.. Unrest broke out in Phnom Penh this afternoon as tensions rose during the mass demonstration organized by the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (“CNRP”).. Today’s demonstration was the first of a planned three-day demonstration to call for a thorough and independent investigation into alleged irregularities surrounding the national elections in July.. Open letter to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh concerning the continued detention of Adilur Rahman Khan.. Letter.. 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..

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    Descriptive info: CCHR expresses its concern that the percentage of women in the National Assembly will drop with fifth mandate.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) expresses its concerns that the percentage of women in the fifth mandate of the National Assembly will be lower than in the previous mandate.. Official results from the National Assembly elections released by the National Election Committee (“NEC”) on 8 September 2013 indicate that only 20.. 33% of parliamentarians – or 25 out of 123 seats – will be women, compared to 22% in the previous mandate.. Urgent Appeals For summit of political leaders to solve election dispute.. Released on 2013-09-07.. Having seen that the election administration (NEC) and dispute resolution Institutions (Constitutional Council) failed to address the election complaints properly and satisfactorily, the Situation Room believes that only political solution can lead to solve these election irregularities and disputes.. An Evaluation of the Whole Process of the National Election 2013 “Need for Integrity and Justice in the Election”.. Released on 2013-09-06.. The Situation Room coalition of CSOs has evaluated the process and the administration of the whole National Assembly Elections for the 5th Mandate (“the Elections”), pre, during and post-Election period, as “Not Free and Not Fair” regardless, as compared to previous elections, of a decrease of serious  ...   through threats, intimidation or the use of unlawful force.. Land Rights Activist Yorm Bopha Remains in Prison After One Year Despite a Flagrant Lack of Evidence to Warrant Her Incarceration.. Tomorrow, 4 September 2013, marks one year since land rights activist Yorm Bopha was arrested near her home in the Boeung Kak area of Phnom Penh.. She was apprehended alongside her husband on trumped up charges of “intentional violence with aggravating circumstances” under Article 218 of the Cambodian Criminal Code relating to the alleged assault of two motorbike taxi drivers.. Civil Society’s Recommendations over Electoral Conflict Resolutions.. Released on 2013-09-02.. The Situation Room welcomes the introduction of a process for resolving complaints by the Constitutional Council of Cambodia (“CCC”) in ordering the National Election Committee (“NEC”) to open safety packages “A”.. The Situation Room observed a number of irregularities with safety packages “A” in Kratie, Battambang, and Siem Reap provinces.. CCHR welcomes CNRP commitment to universal human rights and anti-racism and expresses hope that actions will follow words.. Released on 2013-09-01.. The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party ("CNRP") released a statement on 27 August 2013 clarifying its position on elections, democracy and human rights.. One of the most important points made in this statement was that the CNRP "opposes violence, racism, xenophobia and discrimination.. "..

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    Descriptive info: CCHR releases a handbook for pre-trial and trial criminal procedures in Cambodian courts.. Released on 2013-08-26.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) releases today – 26 August 2013 – a handbook outlining criminal procedures in Cambodian courts.. This handbook - “Pre-Trial and Trial Procedures: A Handbook for Criminal Procedure in Cambodian Courts” - is intended to be a user-friendly guide that lays out the key pre-trial and trial procedures and the basic appeal process in Cambodian courts, as defined in the Code of Criminal Procedure of the Kingdom of Cambodia (the “CCPC”).. 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).. More election related concerns: Local authorities coerce villagers to sign petition verifying election results.. Released on 2013-08-19.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) has received worrying reports from villagers at Sangkat Teuk Laak I in Phnom Penh that  ...   (“CCHR”) is concerned about the methods being used by the National Election Committee (“NEC”) to verify election results of the National Assembly elections held on 28 July 2013, and in particular with the lack of transparency regarding the original forms sealed in the so-called Safety Package “A.. ”.. CCHR calls upon the authorities to take effective measures to tackle land dispute-related violence and intimidation that has recommenced after the National Election.. Released on 2013-08-14.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) expresses grave concern over signs that forced evictions have already restarted so soon after the National Election, calling into question whether land dispute resolutions promised by all parties on the campaign trail will in fact materialize once a new government is formed.. Civil society welcomes opportunity to have met with Sar Kheng and pushes for fair solution to post-election deadlock.. Released on 2013-08-12.. On the morning of Friday, 9 August 2013, ten civil society organizations – including those listed below – met with Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng, to discuss the ongoing process to resolve the political deadlock which has arisen from the National Assembly elections held on 28 July 2013..

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    Descriptive info: CCHR Calls for a Return to Talks on the Setting up of a Joint Committee to Investigate Election Irregularities and for Calm During this Tense Post-election Period.. Released on 2013-08-09.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) urges the two main political parties and the National Election Committee (“NEC”) to recommit to the setting up of a joint committee to investigate election irregularities.. The joint committee should include civil society representatives and should be, at the very least, observed by the United Nations (“UN”).. During this tense time, it is extremely important for party leaders to set a good example for their followers and to commit to coming together to negotiate a peaceful resolution to this political standoff.. CCHR launches the Rainbow Khmer Portal, a one-stop shop of information related to sexual orientation and gender identity in Cambodia.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights’ (“CCHR”) Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (“SOGI”) Project launches today – 9 August 2013 – a new website, the Rainbow Khmer Portal, available at http://sogi.. sithi.. org The Rainbow Khmer Portal is designed to be an important source of information for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) community in Cambodia, as well as for non-governmental organizations (“NGOs”), policy makers and individuals working to promote and protect the rights of LGBT Cambodians.. CCHR expresses concern regarding the NEC’s method of verifying election results.. Released on 2013-08-07.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) is concerned about a  ...   Assembly Election, Listed in Rank No.. 2, Kampot Province, Cambodian Nationality Party (“CNP”).. 2, Kampot Province, Cambodian Nationality Party (“CNP”)Ms.. Kun Kimly was born in 1984 in Prek Khmer village, S’ang Phnom commune, Kandal province.. In the 2013 National Assembly Elections she stood in Kampot province as the second highest ranked candidate for the CNP.. Lok Chumteav Phon Phalla, Candidate in the 5th Mandate National Assembly Election, Listed in Rank No 4, Prey Veng Province, FUNCINPEC.. Lok Chumteav Phon Phalla, Candidate in the 5th Mandate National Assembly Election, Listed in Rank No 4, Prey Veng Province, FUNCINPEC Lok Chum Teav Phon Phalla was born on 7 January 1955 in Yeay Phur village, Chrok Mates commune, Svayteab district, Svay Rieng Province.. In the 2013 National Assembly Elections she stood in Prey Veng Province as the fourth highest ranked candidate for FUNCINPEC.. Mrs.. Sok Rat Sovann Panhchakseila, Candidate in the 5th Mandate National Assembly Election, Listed in rank No 1, Kampong Thom province, Republican Democracy Party (“RDP”).. Sok Rat Sovann Panhchakseila, Candidate in the 5th Mandate National Assembly Election, Listed in rank No 1, Kampong Thom province, Republican Democracy Party (“RDP”) Mrs.. Sok Rat Sovann Panhckakseila was born in 1965.. She was an orphan who was passed from one family to another as she was growing up.. In the 2013 National Assembly Elections she stood in Kampong Thom Province as the first candidate for the RDP, of whom she is also the President..

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    Descriptive info: Lok Chumteav Sun Saphoeun, Candidate in the 5th Mandate National Assembly Election, Listed in rank No.. 3, Kratie Province, Cambodian People’s Party (“CPP”).. 3, Kratie Province, Cambodian People’s Party (“CPP”) Lok Chumteav Sun Saphoeun was born in 1942 in Chhlong district, Kratie Province.. In the 2013 National Assembly Elections she stood in Kratie Province as the third rank candidate on the Cambodian People’s Party’s list.. Pen Chanto, Candidate in the 5th Mandate National Assembly Election, listed in rank No 1, Kampong Thom Province, Khmer Economic Development Party (“KEDP”).. Pen Chanto, Candidate in the 5th Mandate National Assembly Election, listed in rank No 1, Kampong Thom Province, Khmer Economic Development Party (“KEDP”) Mrs.. Pen Chanto was born in 1968 at Chhuk village, Trail commune, Baray district, Kampong Thom Province.. In the 2013 National Assembly Elections she stood in Kampong Thom Province as the first candidate for the KEDP.. Currently, Mrs.. Pen Chanto is a trainer and loan coordinator in her commune.. Kun Lom Ang Candidate in the 5th Mandate of the National Assembly Election, listed in rank No 6, Takeo Province, Cambodia National Recue Party (“CNRP”).. Kun Lom Ang Candidate in the 5th Mandate of the National Assembly Election, listed in rank No 6, Takeo Province, Cambodia National Recue Party (“CNRP”) Mrs.. Kun Lum Ang was born on 10 June 1959  ...   of Women Candidates in National Assembly Election 2013.. Released on 2013-07-24.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) today – 24 July 2013 – publishes a map and data analysis of women candidates who are standing for the National Assembly elections in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”) on 28 July 2013.. Policy Brief concerning issues identified by participants at the Roundtable Discussion on Freedom of Expression on the Internet held on 27 February 2013 in Phnom Penh.. Released on 2013-07-22.. The purpose of this Policy Brief is to summarize the issue that were discussed during the Roundtable Discussion on Freedom of Expression on the Internet (the "Roundtable") organized by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights ("CCHR") at the German-Cambodia Cultural Center, Phnom Penh, on 27 February 2013.. On International Justice Day, CCHR reminds the Cambodian government to respect the independence of the ECCC and to ensure its positive legacy is adopted by domestic courts.. Released on 2013-07-16.. On International Justice Day – 17 July 2013 – the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) reminds the Royal Government of Cambodia (the “RGC”) and the international community to increase their efforts to protect and promote the independence of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (the “ECCC”) and to take practical measures to ensure its positive legacy in Cambodia’s domestic courts..

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