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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights.. Human Rights Situation in Cambodia.. Approaches.. CCHR Project Description.. Current Projects.. Business and Human Rights Project.. Human Rights Defenders Project.. Human Rights Portal – Sithi Project.. Land Reform Project.. Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Project.. Trial Monitoring Project.. Past Projects.. Community Trainings and Hearings Project.. Human Rights Network Project.. Public Forums Project.. Campaigns.. Campaign for Freedom of Expression.. 22/11 Justice Fund.. Subscribe to receive CCHR updates.. I will go to vote.. on.. 2013-07-17.. Location in.. Phnom Penh.. Publish on.. 2013-07-16.. This video, produced by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”), aims to encourage people to exercise their right to vote according to their will.. Case Profile of Ms.. Em Phallmony, Deputy Governor at Siem Reap Province.. 2013-05-09.. This is the case profile of Ms.. Em Phallmony, Deputy Governor at Siem Reap province.. It is the first series to  ...   district, Battambong province.. It is the fourth series to produce case profiles to promote women's political representation in Cambodia at the national and sub-national levels and to encourage the.. Profile of Ms.. Pich Sreyphal, First Deputy in Trapaeng Chorng Commune, Bakan District, Pursat Province.. 2012-12-07.. Trapaeng Chorng Commune, Bakan District, Pursat Province.. It is the third series to produce case profiles to promote women's political representation in Cambodia at the national and sub-national levels and to encourage the publ.. Profiles of successful women, Ms.. Ear Chanthol, the commune chief at Kienchrey commune, Kampongsiem district, Kampong Cham province.. 2012-11-22.. Kienchrey commune, Kampongsiem district, Kampong Cham province.. Ear Chanthol the commune chief at Kienchrey commune, Kampongsiem district, Kampong Cham province.. It is the second series to produce case profiles to promote women's political representation in Cambodia at the national and sub-national levels and to encourag.. Previous.. 1.. 2.. Next..

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    Descriptive info: Released on 2013-12-12.. 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.. Finding from Round table Discussions and Policy Platforms.. Released on 2013-07-26.. The dissemination of clear policies by political parties during the preamble to an election is essential in order for citizens to effectively exercise their democratic will.. In the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), where a significant percentage of the population have been subjected to forced evictions and land tenure insecurity by both state and business actors, it is extremely important for party policies to reflect and  ...   “Investment Projects and Land Concessions”, held at the Koh Kong City Hotel, Krong Khemarak Phoumin, Koh Kong Province on 29 March 2013.. CCHR’s Monitoring of Land Concessions in Cambodia in 2012.. Released on 2013-02-14.. This mini-report sets out the results of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights’ (“CCHR”) findings regarding the number of land concessions granted by the Royal Government of Cambodia (“RGC”) in 2012 and forms part of CCHR’s Land Reform Project (“the Project”) monitoring activities relating to land disputes in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”).. Mini-Report following the Roundtable Discussion on “Land Reform in Cambodia” With an Emphasis on the Topic of “Land Law 2001”.. Released on 2012-10-18.. The goals of this mini-report are to provide both stakeholders and to relevant institutions information on the issues that were raised and addressed regarding land reform in Cambodia, and particularly the topic of “Land Law 2001” that was held by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) at East & West Cuisine Restaurant in Phnom Penh on 17 September 2012..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: land report on Cambodia: Land in Conflict and the Discussion Platform on Land Issues after the 2013 Parliamentary Election.. CCHR Project Description on 2013-12-17 in CCHR.. CCHR land Reform Project on 17 December 2013 lived the discussion through Cambodian Human Right Radio Program, topic " Land report on Cambodia: land in conflict and the Discussion platform on Land Issues after the 2013 Parliamentary Election".. The three speakers of the discussionwere Ms.. Pho Pha, the representative of the villagers whose land have faced the seizing, at Yeay Ang commune, Thpong district, Kampong Spue province, Mr.. Mang Lyhour.. the villager who has been affected in land conflict with the soldiers, at Trapang Prasat commune, Trapang Prasat district, Udat Mean Chey province and Mr.. Vann Sophath CCHR Land Reform Project Coordinator.. Land is Life.. CCHR Project Description on 2013-11-06 in CCHR.. On the 6th of November 2013, the CCHR’s Land Reform Project held a discussion, entitled “Land is Life”, on the Cambodian Human Rights Radio Program.. Participating in the event were Mr.. Som Sovanny, representing villagers at Sangkat O.. Reu Sey, Kratie City, Kratie Province, whose land is under the threat of being seized, and Mr.. Am Sam Ath, who is a Technical Supervisor for LICADHO.. The Analysis of Land Situation after the General Election, 2013.. CCHR Project Description on 2013-09-25 in CCHR.. CCHR’s Land Reform Project on 25 September 2013 lived the discussion through Cambodian Human Rights Radio Program, topic “The Analysis of Land Situation after the General Election, 2013”.. The two speakers of the discussion were Mr.. Chan Soveth, ADHOC’s Head Deputy of Land and Natural Resource Investigation and Ms.. Ek Malina, representative of land community, group 347, Phnom Penh.. អន ស សន អ ព ស ទ ធម នដ ធ ល របស ជនជ ត ដ មភ គត ច.. CCHR Project Description on 2013-08-29 in CCHR.. ន ថ ង ទ ២៨ ខ ស ហ ឆ ន ២០១៣ គម រ ង ក ណ ទម រង ដ ធ ល ន មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ ប នរ បច កម មវ ធ វ ទ យ ព ភ ក ស ល ប រធ នបទ " អន ស សន អ ព ស ទ ធ ម ន ដ ធ ល របស ជនជ ត ដ ម ភ គត ច " ។ វ គ ម ន ក ន ង កម មវ ធ ន រ មម ន ៖ ១.. ល ក ស ក ស ភ ណ ឌ អ នកសម របសម រ ល ថ ន ក ជ ត ន អង គក រ អន ដជ ត ខ ង ក រង រ (ILO) ២.. ល ក គង ឈ ង ត ណ ង ជនជ ត ដ ម ភ គត ច ក យ ឃ ង ន ស  ...   កក កដ ឆ ន ២០១៣ ន ឬទ ? វ គ ម ន ស ខ ន ន ក ន ង ក ច ចព ភ ក ស ន រ មម ន : ១.. អ នកស រ ហ ង ស ខ ខ ង ត ណ ង ប រជ ពលរដ ឋ ភ ម ១ មកព សហគមន ប ងកក ២.. ល ក ព ជ យ ល ម ឃ ន ត ណ ង ប រជ ពលរដ ឋ មកព សហគមន ប រ ក ឡ ៣.. ល ក វណ ណ ស ផ ត មន ត រ សម របសម រ ល កម មវ ធ ក ណ ទម រង ដ ធ ល ន មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ កម មវ ធ ន ត រ វប ន រ បច ឡ ង ដ យ គម រ ង កម មវ ធ ក ណ ទម រង ដ ធ ល ន មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន - ស ស កម ព ជ ។.. ក រ រ ព ង ទ ក របស អ នករង ផល ប ព ល ក ន ង ជម ល ដ ធ ល ច ព រដ ឋ ភ ប ល អ ណត ត ថ ម.. CCHR Project Description on 2013-06-26 in CCHR.. ន ថ ង ទ ២៦ ខ ម ថ ន ឆ ន ២០១៣ គម រ ង កម មវ ធ ក ណ ទម រង ដ ធ ល ន មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ ប ន រ ប ច កម មវ ធ វ ទ យ ផ ស យ បន តផ ទ ល ល ប រធ ន បទ “ក រ រ ព ង ទ ក របស អ នករង ផល ប ព ល ក ន ង ជម ល ដ ធ ល ច ព រដ ឋ ភ ប ល អ ណត ត ថ ម ” ។ វ គ ម ន ស ខ ន ៗ ក ន ង កម មវ ធ ព ភ ក ស ន ម ន អ នកស រ ច រ យ ន ម ត ណ ង សហគមន ថ មគ ល ក ប រ ព រល ន យន តហ អន តរជ ត ភ ន ព ញ អ នកស រ ផ វ ញ ង ត ណ ង សហគមន ដ ធ ល ឃ ជ ខក រ ម ស រ ក ស រ អ ប ល ខ ត ត ក ក ង ន ងល ក វណ ណ ស ផ ត មន រ ត សម រប សម រ ល កម មវ ធ ក ណ ទម រង ដ ធ ល ន មជ ឈមណ ឌល ស ទ ធមន ស ស កម ព ជ ។.. Blood Sugar.. CCHR Project Description on 2013-04-08 in CCHR.. CCHR’s Land Reform Project on 08 April 2013 prepared the radio talk show through Human Radio Program on the topic “Blood Sugar”..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: 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.. Download..

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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.. Human Rights Portal – Sithi.. A quarterly Newsletter on Human Rights Activism.. Released on 2012-03-30.. The Cambodian Human Rights Network ("the Network") Project is a Cambodian Center for Human Rights ("CCHR") project, generously funded by Diakonia, which has been established in order to support human rights activism 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").. Leaflet on 2011 Key Trial Monitoring Statistics from the Phnom Penh Capital Court of First Instance.. Released on 2012-03-28.. This leaflet illustrates the important statistical information gathered by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights’ (“CCHR”) Trial Monitoring Project in 2011.. 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  ...   the Sithi Project and activists trained by the Sithi Project, have undertaken to resolve issues and push for greater respect in relation to land rights.. Series on Fair Trial Rights and Rule of Law - Human Trafficking Trials in Cambodia in 2011.. Released on 2012-01-26.. Cambodian men, 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.. Prohibition on Retroactive Application of Criminal Law: New Provisions of the Penal Code.. Released on 2011-12-15.. It is a fundamental principle of criminal law that no one can be found guilty of a criminal offense for an act or omission that did not constitute a crime at the time the alleged action or omission took place (Article 15 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Article 3 of the Penal Code).. Additionally, a heavier penalty may not be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time of the offense.. If, subsequent to the commission of the offense, provision is made by law for the imposition of a lighter penalty, the lighter penalty shall apply (Article 10 of the Penal Code).. 3.. 4..

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    Descriptive info: Result Based Empowering - Vol 3.. Released on 2011-12-05.. This is the third issue of the Cambodian Center for Human Right’s (“CCHR”) Human Rights Network Project (“the Project”) newsletter series.. The purpose of the Project Newsletter is to provide interested stakeholders with an update on the implementation and activities of the Project.. The Right to a Public Hearing.. Released on 2011-11-29.. Everyone has the right to have their guilt or innocence determined in a public trial, except in certain exceptional circumstances.. This right is guaranteed under international law by Article 14(1) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (“ICCPR”), as well as under law by the Cambodian Criminal Procedure Code (“CCPC”).. The Cambodian Human Rights Portal: Sithi.. org.. Released on 2011-11-14.. “The Sithi Newsletter” will be aimed at providing information about the findings of Sithi’s monitoring and documentation work.. The Newsletter’s will have variable themes determined by the project’s findings but will particularly focus on political and civil rights.. Right to Legal Representation.. Released on 2011-10-11.. The right to legal representation is fundamental to ensuring a fair trial and is enshrined in the  ...   stage of the Human Rights Network Project ("the project") namely, the partnering of Target Beneficiaries, linking them together and increasing their capacity through training in human rights, monitoring and documentation and advocacy.. Key Trial Monitoring Statistics: January to December 2010.. Released on 2011-08-24.. This leaflet illustrates the important statistical information gathered by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights’ (“CCHR”) Trial Monitoring Project in 2010.. The right not to be compelled to confess guilt - World Torture Day 26 June 2011.. Released on 2011-06-23.. This International Day in Support of Victims of Torture the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) supports victims of torture and condemns the practice of torture.. Torture is a heinous crime and is especially repugnant when utilized by law enforcement personnel to extract confessions of guilt from those accused of a crime.. Allegations of violence or coercion leveled at police erode the public’s trust in police and the wider justice system as a whole.. Any evidence obtained by such means must be deemed inadmissible by the courts.. Perpetrators of torture must be brought to justice after an investigation by an independent preventative mechanism..

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    Descriptive info: Pre-trial detention and sentencing in the Cambodian justice system.. Released on 2011-05-30.. This International Children’s Day, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) would like to draw attention to the rights of juvenile accused to a fair trial.. 'The rights and best interests of the child must be a primary consideration at all stages of the trial process.. Sadly this is not the current state of affairs in Cambodia.. I believe with a cooperative approach with government, working in partnership with donors, NGOs and private organizations, Cambodia can develop an effective juvenile justice process that ensures that young persons who break the law receive adequate support to become constructive members of society.. ' - Ou Virak.. Empowering grass roots organisations - Vol 1.. Released on 2011-05-20.. The Human Rights Network (HRN) Project is a new CCHR project, generously funded by Diakonia, which has been established with the intention of promoting and protecting human rights in Cambodia by decentralizing human  ...   the kingdom of Cambodia ("CCPC"), places two obligations on the court.. First, that the courts should not have any interaction with external influences during their deleberation.. Prison uniforms and fair trial rights.. Released on 2011-04-05.. The presumption of innocence is a fundamental right in criminal law that must be present in all cases where an individual is tried for a criminal offence.. An analysis of women’s fair trial rights in Cambodia.. Released on 2011-03-07.. It is with great pleasure that I join in the celebration of International Women’s Rights day.. It is important that the world recognizes the rights of all women to equality in every facet of our society.. Trial Monitoring & The Promotion of Fair Trials.. Released on 2011-02-28.. The Cambodian Trial Monitoring Project is a project run by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) The Project aims to improve the procedures and practices of courts in Cambodia, resulting in greater adherence to fair trial standards..

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    Descriptive info: CCHR Policy Brief – Women’s Political Representation in Cambodia July 2013.. 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 organizations (“NGOs”).. Briefing Note.. The Use of Pre-Trial Detention in Cambodian Courts.. 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.. Legal Analysis of the Charging and Sentencing of Cambodian Land Rights Activist Yorm Bopha (Criminal Case Number 1560).. Released on 2013-06-02.. 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  ...   and analysis of how the Kingdom of Cambodia’s (“Cambodia”) recent history has adversely affected the development of land ownership and registration; discusses the structural, legal and societal causes behind the dispossession of land and how the Royal Government of Cambodia (the “RGC”) has both failed to safeguard human rights and actively violated those rights through violence and oppression; and offers recommendations aimed at addressing these issues.. 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).. 5.. 6.. 7..

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    Descriptive info: Released on 2013-02-28.. This Briefing Note provides an overview of the situation of freedom of expression in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”) and suggests concrete recommendations for the adequate protection and promotion of the right.. Section one provides a concise overview of the right to freedom of expression, as protected under domestic Cambodian and international law, and briefly outlines the measures taken by the Cambodian authorities to restrict the right.. Judicial Reform.. Released on 2013-02-18.. This Briefing Note outlines the current state of the judiciary in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), analyzes shortcomings in the functioning of the judiciary and courts, and offers recommendations for reforms which would substantially benefit the functioning of the judiciary and facilitate greater judicial independence in Cambodia.. Political and Electoral Reform in Cambodia.. Released on 2013-02-11.. This Briefing Note outlines the current state of politics in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”) ahead of the 2013 national elections, analyzes shortcomings in the electoral process, and offers recommendations for reforms which would substantially benefit the state of democracy in Cambodia.. Policy Brief concerning issues identified by participants at the Roundtable Discussion on Human  ...   Released on 2012-12-05.. This Briefing Note provides an overview on the status of parliamentary immunity under Cambodian law, in light of a Court of Appeal hearing in Phnom Penh on 3 August 2012, at which the parliamentary immunity of a prominent opposition Sam Rainsy Party (“SRP”) lawmaker, Mu Sochua, was restored.. CCHR Briefing Note on Security Reform.. Released on 2012-11-16.. This Briefing Note provides an overview of some of the current concerns relating to the army and police in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), calls for a national debate on security reform, and makes some recommendations to assist with the process.. 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 – primarily civil and political rights – throughout the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”).. This legal analysis is also available on the CCHR website1 and the CCHR hosted Cambodian Human Rights Portal..

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    Descriptive info: Briefing Note: an overview of Cambodian laws relating to freedom of expression and a summary of recent case examples to show how laws are used and abused to stifle dissent.. Released on 2012-10-30.. This Briefing Note sets out the right to freedom of expression as protected under Cambodian law, provides an overview of all applicable legal provisions that relate to defamation or otherwise impact upon the right to freedom of expression in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), and discusses several recent case examples in which these provisions have been used as a tool to silence critics of the Royal Government of Cambodia (the “RGC”) and its policies.. Female Political Representation and Electoral Gender Quota Systems.. Released on 2012-09-20.. This briefing note provides an overview of electoral quota systems, which are used in a number of countries to increase representation of women in politics; analyzes their potential benefits; and offers recommendations for the implementation of such a system in Cambodia to address under representation of women in national and subnational politics.. Policy Brief Findings from Round Table Discussions on Freedom of Expression.. Released on 2012-09-02.. This policy brief presents the issues raised during three round table discussions facilitated by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) on the subject of freedom of expression in Cambodia។.. The Case of Human Rights Defender Mam Sonando.. Released on 2012-08-02.. This briefing note provides an overview of the case of Mam Sonando – the Director of independent Beehive Radio and President of the Democrat  ...   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”.. CCHR LANGO 4th Draft Analysis.. Released on 2011-12-18.. This Analysis is written by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”), a non‐aligned,independent, non‐governmental organization (“NGO”) that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights primarily civil and political rights throughout the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”).. This Analysis analyses the fourth draft of the Law on Associations and Non‐Governmental Organizations (the “LANGO”), and focuses on the following points: 1.. Any material changes since the third draft of the LANGO; 2.. CCHR’s three key outstanding concerns; and 3.. Conclusion.. The Koh Pich Tragedy: One Year on, Questions Remain.. Released on 2011-11-20.. The briefing note provides a summary of the report, "The Koh Pich Tragedy: One Year on, Questions Remain" (the "Report"), which explores the events of the night of 22 November 2010, when over 350 people died in a deadly crush on Koh Pich Bridge during the 2010 Water Festival..

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    Descriptive info: Briefing Book for Donors and Others on the Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations and the Shrinking Space for Civil Society in Cambodia.. Released on 2011-10-06.. The Briefing Book discusses the threat posed to civil society and democratic space in Cambodia in light of recent actions by agencies of the Royal Government of Cambodia (“RGC”) and the controversial draft Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations (“LANGO”).. Primarily, the Briefing Book focuses upon: (1) the ongoing efforts to silence NGOs and dissenting voices, as well as the erosion of democratic space in Cambodia; (2) the fundamental deficiencies in the most recent draft of the LANGO; and, most importantly, (3) the improper use to which the LANGO may be put, given the current context.. The conclusions as to the danger that the LANGO poses to civil society and to donor programs – as highlighted by recent events – are fully documented through Annexes to the Briefing Book available on Sithi – the award-winning Cambodian Human Rights Portal hosted by CCHR – at www.. sithi.. org/annex_view.. php.. Policy Paper by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights on the Current Status of the Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations.. Released on 2011-08-04.. The purpose of this Policy Paper is to provide an overview both of the current status of the Draft Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations (the “Law”)  ...   of French Indochina) and Thailand (at the time known as "Siam").. Internet Censorship: The Ongoing Crackdown on Freedom of Expression in Cambodia.. Released on 2011-06-17.. This briefing note provides an overview of the use of new media in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), the recent trend towards Internet censorship, and the grave implications for freedom of expression in Cambodia.. World Press Freedom Day - 21st century media: New frontiers and old barriers for freedom of expression in Cambodia.. Released on 2011-05-03.. In an age of connectivity, new forms of media have proven to be an effective tool in disseminating information and organizing groups in their quest for the realization of human rights and the promotion of democracy.. Released on 2011-02-22.. 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 “ primarily civil and political rights“ throughout the Kingdom of Cambodia ("Cambodia").. Guidance Note to CCHR's Proposed Changes and Recommendations to the Draft Law on Associations and Non-governmental Organizations.. Released on 2011-01-09.. Following our initial analysis of the draft Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations (the “Draft Law”) disseminated by the Royal Government of Cambodia (the “RGC”) on 15 December 2010, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) issues the second part of our analysis;..

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