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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.
 

The Use of Social Media to Promote Human Rights
2015-03-05
Location: CCHR studio
This is the audio of the radio talk show on the topic “The Use of Social Media to Promote Human Rights” broadcast by the Protecting Fundamental Freedom Project of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, on 05th March 2015. The Guest Speakers of this program is Mr. Ngeth Moses, ICT Project Coordinator of Community Legal Education Center.
CCHR to launch campaign for the release of 12 land rights defenders imprisoned for exercising their fundamental freedoms
2015-03-05
Location: CCHR studio
To mark International Women’s Day on 8 March 2015, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) will launch a campaign calling for the immediate release of Boeung Kak Lake (“BKL”) activists Tep Vanny, Nget Khun, Song Sreyleap, Kong Chantha, Phan Chhunreth, Bo Chhorvy, Nong Sreng, Heng Pich, Im Srey Touch and Phoung Sopheap; Buddhist monk, Venerable Seung Hai; and housing rights defender Ly Seav Minh. All 12 have been unlawfully deprived of their liberty for exercising their fundamental freedoms in relation to long-term land disputes in the Boeung Kak area of Phnom Penh.
Resolution on the Land of Indigenous in Ratanakriri Province
2015-03-04
Location: CCHR's Studio
Date: 04 March 2015 Topic: Resolution on the Land of Indigenous in Ratanakriri Province Guest speaker: Mr. Tuy Nhep representative of Indigenous people from Samot Leu village, Seda commune, Lumphat district, Rantakiri province and Mr. Ngach Samin Project officer of Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Defender and Advocacy of CIYA
The Rights and Obligations of Khmer Citizens
2015-03-03
Location: CCHR studio
On 03 March 2015 Topic: “The Rights and Obligations of Khmer Citizens” (Article 40, 41, 42, 43) Guest Speakers: Mr. Sam Chamroern, Lawyer.
Joint-Statement On Withdrawal of armed forces officers and court officials from the political party ranks to strengthen the rule of law and democracy in Cambodia
2015-02-27
Location: CCHR studio
We, Elections Reform Alliance (ERA) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), condemn the political party which included, or will include court officials and armed forces’s officers within political party’s ranks. This inclusion is a violation of the constitution, the rule of law, and the principle of democracy, in particular free and fair elections.
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