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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 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.

Chapter 8 NEW “The Senate" (article 99(new), 100(new), 101(new), 102(new), 103(new) and 104(new)) of the Constitution of Cambodia"
Location: CCHR Studio
On Tuesday 30 June, CCHR held a program on the Chapter 8 NEW “THE SENATE" (article 99, 100, 101, 102, 103 and 104) of the Constitution of Cambodia" Guest Speaker was Mr. Suon Visal, Lawyer, professor of National Law and International Law.
Weekly Analysis : Internal Party Democracy
Location: CCHR Studio
Weekly Analysis on Friday 26 June 2015 “Internal Party Democracy” Guest Speaker: Mr. Ou Virak, President of Future Forum.
Mother Nature’s activists arrested in Phnom Penh while attempting to protest against sand dredging activities in Koh Kong
Location: CCHR Studio
Today at about 9am, Sorn Chandara, Dim Kundy and Chek Netra, three environmental activists of the network Mother Nature, were arrested while attempting to hold a peaceful demonstration in front of the National Assembly in Phnom Penh. Dit Sothy, a staff member of the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) who was monitoring the situation, was also put under arrest. Between twenty and twenty-five people were expected to attend, but the police intervened before demonstrators could gather, so impeding the demonstration.
CCHR condemns the conviction of Ly Sreakheng, Mak Seavhoung and Ly Seavminh to Suspended 6 months in prison
Location: CCHR Studio
Yesterday, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court of First Instance found Ly Sreakheng, Mak Seavhuong and their daughter Ly Seavminh guilty of using violence against a possessor in good faith of immovable property under Article 253 of the 2001 Land Law, and sentenced them to suspended 6 months in prison while acquitting Ly Bunheang. The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) condemns the convictions as grounded on insufficient evidence.
Mr. Phoung Soriya and his Experiences in Community
Location: CCHR Studio
This is the audio of the radio talk show entitled “Mr. Phoung Soriya and his Experiences in Community” which was organized by the Protecting Fundamental Freedom Project of Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) on June 25, 2015. The Guest speaker was Phoung Soriya, Representative of Land Activist in Srae Nouy, Siem Reap.
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