CCHR Conducted a two-day training course on the 2001 Land Law, and Advocacy

On 01-02 April 2015, CCHR’s Land Reform Project conducted a two-day training course on the 2001 Land Law, and Advocacy for the representatives of indigenous people (Bunong), at Pichda Guest House, Mean Leab village, Saen Monourom district, Mondulkiri province. There were 20 indigenous people (Bunong) from Chak Char village, Srae Chhuk commune, Kaev Seima district and from Pu Lu village, Bu Sra commune, Pech Chreada district participated the training.

( 2015-April-02 by CCHR )
Group discussion on possession.
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Group discussion on possession.
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Mr. Ngach Samin, project officer of Indigenous Peoples Human Right Defender and Advocacy of CIYA, explained the registration of obtaining a collective land title for indigenous people in Cambodia to participants.
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Video showing on advocacy of the indigenous people
( 2015-April-02 by CCHR )
Video showing on advocacy of the indigenous people.
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Mr. Vann Sophath, CCHR’s LRP Coordinator, presented the purpose of the training to the participants.
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A young girl of indigenous people (Bunong) presented the result of her group discussion.

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