Site Map  |   | 
 Home   About Us   Our Work   Media & Publications   Follow Us   Join Us   Contact Us 
About Us
Trial Monitoring
CCHR in the News 
Press Releases, Media Comment & Letters 
Reports & Publications 
Newsletters and Series 
Podcasts 
CCHR Events
Our Work
Human Rights Situation in Cambodia
Approaches
CCHR Project Description
Current Projects
Protecting Fundamental Freedoms
Business and Human Rights Project
Cambodian Freedom of Expression
Human Rights Defenders Project
Human Rights Portal – Sithi Project
Land Reform Project
Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Project
Trial Monitoring Project
The Project to Promote Women's Political Representation in Cambodia
Past Projects
Community Trainings and Hearings Project
Ending Acid Violence Project
Human Rights Network Project
Public Forums Project
Campaigns
2014 Campaign Against Impunity
Campaign to End Impunity in Cambodia
Campaign for Freedom of Expression
22/11 Justice Fund
World Press Freedom Day
"Where is My Justice" Campaign
 Subscribe to receive CCHR updates
Podcasts
Right to a Public Hearing
Trial Monitoring Project on 2015-01-28 in CCHR Studio
On 28 January 2015, CCHR TMP held a radio about Right to a Public Hearing. Guest speakers for this program were Mr. Som Sokong, member of the bar association of Kingdom of Cambodia
Defendant Rights
Trial Monitoring Project on 2014-12-17 in CCHR​ Studio
On 17 December 2014, CCHR TMP held a radio about Defendant Rights which is the most important part of Fair Trial Rights. Guest speakers for this program were Mr. Hong Kimsuon, attorney at law, Acting Director of Cambodian Defenders Project.
Fair Trial Rights at the Court of Appeal
Trial Monitoring Project on 2014-08-27 in CCHR​ Studio
On 27 August 2014, CCHR TMP held a radio about fair trial rights at the Court of Appeal since its monitoring activities started in March 2013. There were some positive and negative practices have been found between March 2013 and 30 June 2014. These are included in an annual report and leaflet on fair trial rights. Two guest speakers for this program were Mr. Duch Piseth, coordinator and Mr. Sman Oumeout, trial monitor.
Positive and Negative Aspects of Judicial Laws
Trial Monitoring Project on 2014-07-30 in CCHR​ Studio
On 30 July 2014, CCHR TMP conducted a radio talk debating on the positive and negative provisions of the judicial laws, which have been promulgated by the King. Guest speaker was Mr. Duch Piseth, coordinator and analyst of these draft laws. The discussion accentuated both positive aspects and negative aspects of the laws so that the public can see how these laws could undermine the independence of the judicial power.
Do the judicial draft laws comply with the Cambodian Constitution?
Trial Monitoring Project on 2014-07-02 in CCHR​ Studio
On 02 July 2014, CCHR TMP held a radio talk discussion on the unconstitutionality of the three judicial draft laws. Guest speaker was Mr. Duch Piseth, coordinator and analyst of these draft laws. The discussion emphasized on the specific provisions of the draft laws that could violate the Cambodian Constitution and international standards of the independence of the judiciary.
Outcome of Judicial Draft Law Analysis
Trial Monitoring Project on 2014-05-28 in CCHR​ studio
On 28 May, 2104, CCHR TMP held a radio talk show discussing on the outcome of analysis regarding the three draft laws related to the judiciary. The three draft laws provide excessive power to the Minister of Justice in controlling over the courts, judges and prosecutors which undermine the independence of the judiciary. Guest speaker is Mr. Duch Piseth, Trial Monitoring Project Coordinator of CCHR.
Judicial Reform in Cambodia
Trial Monitoring Project on 2014-04-02 in CCHR​ studio
On 2 April 2014, TMP conducted a radio talk show debating about a Judicial Reform in Cambodia. The functioning of the judiciary has been amongst the major human rights concerns in Cambodia for some time, central as it is to the protection and enforcement of other rights. Therefore, this talk show identified key issues to be addressed and concrete recommendations to relevant bodies and institutions.
Creative Commons License