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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights.. Social Media.. Flickr Photos.. Radio Live.. Cambodia Laws.. CCHR Audio Press Releases - Khmer Only.. Human Rights Radio Program.. Round Table Discussion.. Weekly Analysis.. Campaigns.. Campaign for Freedom of Expression.. 22/11 Justice Fund.. CCHR believes that radio is an effective and powerful medium that can be used to raise awareness and increase understanding of, and respect for, universal human rights throughout Cambodia.. Broadcasting is an effective way of reaching a broader audience, raising awareness of issues affecting people throughout the country, engaging more people in the democratic process and providing information on human rights issues, land law and peaceful ways to advocate to resolve conflicts and human rights violations.. It has been estimated that the 5 radio stations CCHR uses combined have a potential audience of up to 85% of the Cambodian population.. CCHR broadcast on the following stations daily:.. CCHR broadcasts include recordings of CCHR facilitated round table discussion, National Land Policy Forum together with legal commentary on salient issues,.. Live human rights radio program and Analysis of the Week, and also broadcast all of its press releases and media alerts.. Recordings once aired are also made available on this website, where you can download them, or listen to them online.. * The Community Hearings and Public Forum shows are broadcast live on Saturdays and Sundays.. In this section of the website you will also be able to locate podcasts, when available, of radio shows where CCHR staff members have been invited as guest speakers.. Human Rights Defender.. 2013-09-12.. Location: #798, St  ...   interrogation, prosecution and investigation stages) as well as the trial process and appeal rights.. CCHR expresses its concern that the percentage of women in the National Assembly will drop with fifth mandate.. 2013-09-10.. Location: office CCHR.. 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.. This is in fact a higher percentage than the percentage of women elected as stated in the unofficial, preliminary results, based on which it was predicted that only 13% (16 out of 123 seats) of parliamentarians in the fifth mandate would be women.. This is due to the fact that the Cambodian People’s Party (“CPP”) changed the ranking of candidates on their candidate lists after the elections but before the election results were released.. : Planned peaceful demonstration by the CNRP.. 2013-09-06.. On 06 September 2013, Mr.. Ou Virak (President of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights) analyzed on topic: “Planned peaceful demonstration by the CNRP”.. 2013-09-05.. On 5 September 2013, Human Rights Defenders project organized a radio talk show on “Human Rights Defender”.. Sia Phearum, Secretariat Director of Housing Rights Task Force.. Previous.. 1.. 2.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 98.. 99.. Next..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Phnom Penh authorities attempt to crack down on Boeung Kak community march.. 2013-09-04.. The Phnom Penh authorities today restricted a peaceful march by Boeung Kak community representatives and supporters to mark one-year imprisonment of fellow land rights activist Yorm Bopha, who was wrongfully convicted in December 2012.. The community planned to march from their area of Phnom Penh to the Wat Phnom pagoda and then to the Supreme Court to demand that the court urgently hear Yorm Bopha’s case.. When they notified City Hall that they planned to hold the march, City Hall responded to the community and said that if they were planning on having more than 200 participants, they could only carry out their activities within the Boeung Kak area.. ក រច លរ ម របស ស ត រ ជនបទ ក ន ងក រ សម រ ចច ត ត ន ង ក រអភ វឌ ឍន.. ន ជ ស ឡ ង ន ក ច ចព ភ ក ស ផ ស យ ផ ទ ល ស ត ព “ ក រច លរ ម របស ស ត រ ជនបទ ក ន ងក រ សម រ ចច ត ត ន ង ក រអភ វឌ ឍន ” ដ យម ន ល កស រ ប រ ក វ ណ ណ ទ ប រ ក ស ឯករ ជ យ ជ វ គ ម ន ក លព ថ ង ទ ៤ កញ ញ ២០១៣ ក ន ង វ ទ យ ស ទ ធ មន ស ស កម ព ជ ។ ក ច ចព ភ ក ស ន រ បច ឡ ង ដ យ គម រ ង ល កស  ...   should the new government do”.. អន ស សន អ ព ស ទ ធម នដ ធ ល របស ជនជ ត ដ មភ គត ច.. 2013-08-29.. 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 រ ក សណ ដ ន ខ ត តក ពង ធ ៣.. ល ក វណ ណ ស ផ ត មន ដ 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 ។.. On 29 August 2013, Human Rights Defenders project host a radio talk show on Human Rights Defender.. Our guest speaker on this program was Mr.. Chan Vichet, Community Organizing Officer of Equitable and Miss.. Chhay Chhunly, Project Coordinator of Human Rights Defender Project.. 18..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Public Forum: Human rights and development in Kratie.. 2009-02-27.. Location: Thmal Haal Veal Village, Pi Thnu Commune, Snoul District, Kratie Province.. The three guest speakers at the forum were Vice District Governor Pi Thnou, the Commune Chief, and Mr.. Suon Sophea, a lawyer from Cambodian Legal Education Center (CLEC),all of who delivered presentations.. Over 200 citizens participated in the forum.. Fourteen of the residents present also shared problems that they had encountered involving land conflicts and human rights abuses in the community.. Their main worry was the loss of their farmland because of two government economic land concessions (ELCs) granted to private companies.. Public Forum: Human rights and development in Banteap Meanchey.. 2009-02-20.. Location: Kilo Meter Lek 4 Village, Poi Pet Commune, Or Chhrou District, Banteay MeanChhey Province.. Four guest speakers present at the forum included Yon Tharo, parliamentarian of Sam Rainsy party, San Sean Hou, Poi Pet Commune chief, Sum Chan Kea, Adhoc representative in Banteay MeanChhey and Uon Samit, Licadho representative in Banteay MeanChhey.. The main problem facing the community is the modifications proposed for the construction of a new  ...   Vice Governor of Varin District.. Community members raised their concerns about the land concession.. The Government granted over 7,000 hectares of land to the company named “Ban Ya Group” which is now clearing the land; impacting 527 families who have resided on that particular area since 1979.. Public Forum: Human rights and development in Kampong Cham.. 2009-01-29.. Location: Kra Sang Village, Tek Chrouv Commune, Tom Beu District, Kompong Cham Province.. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) organized a public forum on Human Rights and Development in Kampong Cham Province.. The presentation was delivered by three guest speakers: H.. E.. Cheam Channy, Parliamentarian (Sam Rainsy Party); H.. Ou Chanrith, Parliamentarian (Human Rights Party); and Mr.. Sam Sarin, representative from Adhoc.. The residents raised some concerns on health and families, the discriminatory nature of local authorities and the failure to provide adequate education.. Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia.. 1993-09-21.. Location: Phnom Penh.. This Constitution was adopted by the Constitutional Assembly in Phnom Penh on September 21 1993 at its 2nd Plenary Session.. 87.. 88.. 89.. 90.. 91.. 92.. 93.. 94.. 95.. 96.. 97..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Political Evolution in Cambodia.. Location:.. On 12 October 2011,Ou Virak, President of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) analyzed Political Evolution in Cambodia.. What should the new government do.. test 14..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Welcome Message.. Who We Are.. History.. Governance.. Donors & Partners.. Affiliations & Cooperation.. The CCHR Team.. Board of Directors.. Management Committee.. Staff.. Consultants.. Councilors.. Professional Volunteers.. Testimonials.. Awards & Nominations.. Finance.. Our logo – a dove flying in a circle of blue sky – symbolizes Cambodia’s claim for freedom.. CCHR is a leading non-aligned, independent, non-governmental organization that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights – primarily civil and political rights - in Cambodia.. We empower civil society to claim its rights and drive change; and through detailed research and analysis we develop innovative policy, and advocate for its implementation.. Vision.. Our vision is of a non-violent Cambodia in which people enjoy their fundamental human  ...   CCHR is an advocacy organization facilitating grassroots participation by empowering local communities through education of their civil and political rights.. It facilitates constructive interaction between Cambodian civil society and the international community in order to advocate the progressive realization of Cambodian human rights.. Values.. We expect our staff to share certain values that reflect of vision and purpose, these include:.. Equality.. – we value diversity and cross cultural understanding.. Integrity.. – we value honesty, diligence and hard work.. Transparency.. – we value openness and accountability.. Creativity.. – we value new ideas and innovative solutions.. Policies.. Finance Policy.. Employment Policy.. Equality and Diversity Policy.. Gender Policy.. Health and Safety Policy.. Communications Policy.. Environment Policy.. HIV/AIDS Policy.. Results Based Management Policy..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: Human rights activist.. Kem Sokha.. launched and.. registered.. CCHR in November 2002.. In December 2005 he was arrested and detained with others activists accused of criminal defamation for comments written by an unknown individual on banners displayed at Human Rights Day celebrations.. The activists were released following international pressure and a campaign for freedom of expression led by CCHR’s then Advocacy Director, Ou Virak.. In early 2007 Kem Sokha left CCHR to pursue a career in politics.. Ou Virak replaced him as CCHR President and in the same year won the.. Reebok Human Rights Award.. for his work promoting freedom of expression..  ...   NGO to facilitate ‘public forums’ throughout Cambodia.. These public forums are broadcast on Voice of Democracy, a radio program established by CCHR in 2003, and 6 other independent radio bandwidths in Cambodia.. In June 2007 the.. Cambodian Center for Independent Media.. was founded to operate Voice of Democracy as an independent radio station.. Public forums are also now filmed and posted on.. Youtube.. In recent years, CCHR has expanded initiating the.. Business and Human Rights Projec.. t, the.. Human Rights Defenders Project.. , the.. Human Rights Network Project.. Human Rights Portal Project.. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Project.. and the.. Trail Monitoring Project..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: The CCHR is governed according to our.. Constitution.. We have a.. and a panel of.. Counsellors.. – successful and influential individuals who have a passion for human rights and support our work.. The CCHR is managed day-to-day by the.. chaired by CCHR President Ou Virak.. The M.. anagement Committee..  ...   in which middle management is limited in favour of increased responsibility and space for significant input from project leaders.. The CCHR’s success is rooted in the hard work of our excellent.. staff.. We have a number of policies that guide our work and ensure that we operate efficiently and ethically:..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: On this page you will find information about CCHR’s present and past donors and supporters together with information on what aspects of CCHR work they have contributed to the development of – Community Empowerment Projects, Advocacy and Research or CCHR Core Funding.. CCHR has worked hard to encourage support from a broad of donors and supporters for both long-term projects, and those of a finite duration.. The CCHR is deeply grateful to our donors and supporters for the financial, technical and other assistance that makes our work possible.. We recognize that the majority of our support is made possible only by the generosity of taxpayers across the world – thank you.. From this page you can navigate directly to our donors and supporters website by clicking on their logo, and to the CCHR project they support by clicking on the name of the project if it appears in BLUE font.. If you are interested, you can find information on  ...   Project Cost.. Present Donors.. Australian Embassy, Phnom Penh.. Generously Supporting.. Human Rights Library.. U.. S.. Department of Sate.. Cambodian Ending Acid Violence and Advocacy Project.. Business and Human Rights Project.. Human Rights Portal – Sithi Project.. Community Trainings and Hearings Project.. Report on Freedom of Information in Cambodia.. European Union.. Database System and Public Information service on Human Rights Violations in Cambodia Phase II.. Trial Monitoring Project.. Interchurch Organisation for Development Cooperation.. CCHR Core Fund.. United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.. Swedish Association for Sexual Education.. Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Project.. Past Donors.. Generously Supported.. Public Forum Project.. Database System and Public Information Service on Human Rights Violations in Cambodia Phase I.. Regimes, NGOs and New Media.. Public Forums Project.. Southeast Asian Free Alliance.. Cambodian Media Litigation Defense Network Conference.. Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.. Database System and Public Information Service on Human Rights Violations in Cambodia Phase II.. Forums on Election and Democratic Process Project..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR is informally affiliated to and cooperates with a number of organizations, and human rights activists.. These relationships strengthen our work to promote and protect human rights in Cambodia.. We work with others on an ‘as needs’ basis.. We believe that broad multi-issue coalitions attempting to speak with one voice are often artificial and do not reflect localised needs.. They can weaken, rather than strengthen, a diverse civil society, and undermine civic-driven change.. National.. We facilitate a.. Human Rights Network.. to enable the development of natural alliances and the transfer of skills, knowledge and resources between those working to promote and protect human rights.. These include non-governmental, sector-based and community-based organizations, and human rights defenders.. Our online.. Cambodian Human Rights Portal Sithi.. org.. supports the Network, mapping participants and highlighting their work.. We provide training to Network participants, collaborate on joint advocacy initiatives and provide micro-grants.. Network participants include trade unions, youth organizations, indigenous groups and business associations.. We have worked with and coordinated other non-governmental and sector-based organizations in the informal.. Alliance for Freedom of Expression in Cambodia.. (AFEC), to promote and protect freedom of expression, information and assembly.. CCHR President Ou Virak is the Vice-Chairman of the Cambodian NGO Working Group for establishing a National Human Rights Institution and developing the..  ...   of Expression in Cambodia (AFEC) to submit a.. report on freedom of expression.. to the Universal Periodic Review of Cambodia's Human Rights record.. International.. Our international partners include the.. Human Rights House Network.. Article 19.. Amnesty International.. Human Rights Watch.. International Federation of Human Rights.. (Fédération Internationale des ligues des Droits de l’Homme) (FIDH),.. Freedom House.. Law Society of England and Wales.. CCHR is also a Development Partner of.. Advocates for International Development.. (A4ID).. A4ID is a charity that brings together the legal and development professions to gain maximum impact in achieving the.. Millennium Development Goals.. As a Development Partner they advertise CCHR’s.. internship.. and.. professional volunteer.. positions, as well as refer work our way, for example in relation to the proposed new NGO law.. They also try to assist CCHR if they have available resources by providing legal advice and representation to victims of human rights violations and human rights activists, and in the conducting of research.. CCHR also has a standing relationship with the.. Center for Global Law and Policy.. at the University of Santa Clara, the University of San Francisco.. School of Law Center for Law and Global Justice.. Irish Centre for Human Rights.. at the National University of Ireland, Galway whose students are regularly accepted onto.. CCHR International Intern.. program..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: In recognition of our work CCHR.. members have won or been nominated for the following prizes:.. Winner.. - 2013.. Communications for Social Change Award.. , for the role.. www.. sithi.. has played in highlighting violations of human rights in Cambodia and in enhancing access to important information related to human rights.. Winner -.. 2011.. Information Society Innovation Fund Award.. (ISIF), Rights and Freedom Category for.. org,.. Cambodia's first online human rights  ...   Consultant Rob Finch for the photo entitled ‘Man on Fire', posted on this page.. Nominated.. – 2009.. Lorenzo Natali Prize.. – CCHR Executive Assistant Chak Sopheap, for journalism on human rights and development.. -2008.. John Humphrey Freedom Award.. – CCHR President Ou Virak, for work to promote and protect democracy and human rights.. Winner.. - 2007.. – CCHR President Ou Virak, for leading the campaign for freedom of expression in Cambodia..

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  • Title: CCHR | Cambodian Center for Human Rights
    Descriptive info: CCHR focuses on results to ensure that it employs management practices that optimize value for money and the prudent use of its human and financial resources, ensuring that the organization is run both effectively and efficiently - especially in relation to.. CCHR’s finance policy.. We believe that incorporating a results based approach into the development of.. CCHR polices.. provides a sound underpinning to the implementation of our financial policy; and in program and project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.. Our approach ensures that we, CCHR, are held accountable to our donors, supporters, the people we work with daily and the public through the results that we deliver and impact we have.. To this end CCHR has a policy of transparency and as such makes all its organizational and.. staff policies.. , and monthly fund balances, freely available online.. In this section of the website  ...   agreement with auditors Fontamillas, Donasco Co in 2009 for them to conduct an annual audit, and 3 special project audits per year.. CCHR encourages all organizations to be more transparent with their organization and staff policies, and information on their sources of funding together with expenditure.. FUND BALANCE BY DONOR FOR THE MONTH ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 2013.. Release on 2013-12-27.. FUND BALANCE BY DONOR FOR THE MONTH ENDED OCT 31, 2013.. Release on 2013-12-18.. FUND BALANCE BY DONOR FOR THE MONTH ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2013.. Release on 2013-11-24.. FUND BALANCE BY DONOR FOR THE MONTH ENDED AUGUST 31, 2013.. FUND BALANCE BY DONOR FOR THE MONTH ENDED JULY 31, 2013.. Release on 2013-09-09.. FUND BALANCE BY DONOR FOR THE MONTH ENDED JUNE 30, 2013.. Release on 2013-08-09.. FUND BALANCE BY DONOR FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2013.. Release on 2013-06-28.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6..

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