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Investigation Report Impact of the Development Project Benh Hoeurk Kratie Rubber I Company Limited Chork Char Village, Sre Chhouk Commune, Keo Seima District, Mondulkiri Province

Investigation Report Impact of the Development Project Benh Hoeurk Kratie Rubber I Company Limited Chork Char Village, Sre Chhouk Commune, Keo Seima District, Mondulkiri Province

Released on 2016-03-18
Residents of Chork Cha village, cosisting of 180 families with 869 people (408 female), are Bunong indigenou people who have common ethnic, social, cultural, and economic unity. They practice thei customaruy lifestyle and cultivation of their land, which they have occupied with a tradition of collective land use. This community is in the process of registering their indigenous, collective land, and are now completing the second stage, in which the community has been recognized by the Ministry of Interior.
Land Reform
Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia

Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia

Released on 2016-02-11
This Report examines the obstacles to registration of collective land for indigenous communities in Cambodia, based on data collected by the Project. It aims to highlight reasons for shortcomings in the implementation of land registration for indigenous communities, and identifies recommendations for all stakeholders that will promote better implementation, with a view to increased protection of indigenous land rights in Cambodia.
Land Reform
LGBT Bullying in Cambodia’s Schools

LGBT Bullying in Cambodia’s Schools

Released on 2015-12-17
This research report is the outcome of nation-wide research on the bullying faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) people during their attendance at school in Cambodia, and its long-term effects. This Report was commissioned after a large gap was identified in what was known about the experiences of LGBT students in schools in Cambodia.
Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Project
CCHR Outcome Report - Post-UPR National Consultation

CCHR Outcome Report - Post-UPR National Consultation

Released on 2014-09-30
In June 2014, the Human Rights Council (the “HRC”) of the United Nations (“UN”) convened for its 26th session. During this session, the Report of the Working Group1 of Cambodia’s second Universal Periodic Review (“UPR”) was formally adopted. Of the 205 recommendations made to the Royal Government of Cambodia (the “RGC”) by other UN member States, the RGC accepted 163 and noted the remaining 42.
Cambodian Freedom of Expression
CCHR Outcome Report - Workshop for Youth on Electoral Reform

CCHR Outcome Report - Workshop for Youth on Electoral Reform

Released on 2014-08-19
This Outcome Report summarizes the issues raised and the​ recommendations of participants during the Workshop for Youth on Electoral Reform (“the Workshop”) held on 20-21 June 2014 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The event was organized by CCHR under the Project to Mobilize Youth Around Electoral Reform (the “Project”), which seeks to raise awareness and engage people – in particular youth, who are becoming increasingly vocal in demanding for change –in debate and discussion about electoral reform, in order to help formulate substantive recommendations that are reflective of all stakeholders.
Cambodian Freedom of Expression
Fair Trial Rights in Cambodia Monitoring at the Court of Appeal

Fair Trial Rights in Cambodia Monitoring at the Court of Appeal

Released on 2014-06-23
This report on “Fair Trial Rights in Cambodia” (the “Report”) is an output of the Cambodian Trial Monitoring Project implemented by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”). CCHR’s vision is of a non-violent Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), in which people enjoy their fundamental human rights, are treated equally, are empowered to participate in democracy and share the benefits of Cambodia’s development.
Trial Monitoring Project
The Lives of Women in Politics in Cambodia

The Lives of Women in Politics in Cambodia

Released on 2014-05-20
This Booklet profiles six women politicians who have had experiences in different political positions including Her Excellency Ke Sovannaroth, elected Member of Parliament for Siem Reap; Her Excellency Chou Bun Eng, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Interior; Ms. Neang Sovanthana, a young female political activist; Her Excellency Mu Sohua, elected Member of Parliament for Battambang; Her Excellency Hou Samith, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs; Her Excellency Lork Kheng, Member of Parliament for Phnom Penh; and Ms. Em Phallamony, Deputy Provincial Governor of Siem Reap
Promote Women`s Political Representation in Cambodia
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