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Key Statistics of Female Candidates and Female MPs Elected in the 2013 National Assembly Elections
Released on 2014-02-03
This leaflet provides statistical information related to the number Assembly Elections of female candidates who stood for the 2013 National Assembly Elections (the “NA Elections”) and the number of female Member of Parliaments (“MPs”) who won seats in the NA Elections, which took place on 28 July 2013. Eight political parties ran in the NA Elections: the Cambodian Nationality Party (“CNP”), the FUNCINPEC Party, the Republican Democracy Party (“RDP”), the Cambodian People’s Party (“CPP”), the Khmer Economic Development Party (“KEDP”), the Khmer Anti-Poverty Party (“KAPP”), the Cambodian National Rescue Party (“CNRP”), and the League for Democracy Party (“LDP”).
The global reach of IFEX 2013 campaign to end impunity
Released on 2013-12-20
When IFEX decided to take on the issue of impunity as a network-wide campaign, our first challenge was a troubling lack of awareness of both the extent of this problem and its impact on free expression.
Cambodia: Land in Conflict
Released on 2013-12-12
This is the summary of the CCHR report entitled "Cambodia: Land in Conflict". Persistent violations of land rights are one of the most prominent human rights issues faced by Cambodians throughout the country.
THE HUB, CAMBODIA’S GARMENT FACTORIES & LGBT
Released on 2013-09-27
This edition of the Sithi Project newsletter highlights new and noteworthy activities undertaken over the past several months: regular trainings for human rights enthusiasts within CCHR’s new technology-focused “Sithi Hub,” a map of garment factories operating throughout Cambodia, and the new Rainbow Khmer Portal – CCHR’s one-stop shop for information related to the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) Cambodians.
Human Rights Portal – Sithi
Lives of Female candidates in National Assembly Election 2013 in Cambodia
Released on 2013-07-26
This leaflet profiles seven women who stood as candidates in the 2013 National Assembly Election (“NA Elections”) in Cambodia: Ms. Kun Kimly from the Cambodian Nationality Party (“CNP”), Lok Chum teav. Phon Phalla from FUNCINPEC party, Mrs. Sok Rat Sovann Panhchakseila from the Republican Democracy Party (“RDP”), Lok Chum Teav Sun Saphoeun from the Cambodian People’s Party (“CPP”), Mrs. Pen Chanto from the Khmer Economic Development Party (“KEDP”), Mrs. Kun Lom Ang from the Cambodian National Rescue Party (“CNRP”) and Mrs. Meng Volark from the League for Democracy Party (“LDP”).
Human Rights Portal – Sithi
CCHR’s Hotline in 2012 and a New Human Rights Chronology
Released on 2013-01-31
This edition of the Sithi Project semi-annual newsletter highlights the CCHR Human Rights Hotline statistics for 2012 and some of the key human rights issues that are reported through the Hotline. This issue also provides an overview of the events that took place in Cambodia in celebration of International Human Rights Day in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), as well as the Sithi Project’s newest endeavor, a human rights chronology.
Human Rights Portal – Sithi
Case Profile of Successful Women in Politics at the Communce/Sangkat Level in Cambodia
Released on 2013-01-09
This leaflet contains the profiles of four successful women in politics in Commune/Sangkat Councils who were elected during the 3 June 2012 Commune/Sangkat Council elections. The four women come from four different provinces: Ms. Ear Chanthol, commune chief, Kienchrey commune, Kampong Siem district, Kampong Cham province; Ms. Pich Sreyphal, first deputy, Trapaeng Chorng commune, Bakan district, Pursat province; Ms. Chea Sipheng, second deputy, Korkithom commune, Kiensvay district, Kandal province; and Mis. Ny Romdoul, second deputy, Preaek Luong commune, Aek Phnum district, Battambang province.
Human Rights Portal – Sithi
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