( 04-December-2013 / CCHR )
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.
( 28-November-2013 / ILO )
This report on the Cambodia Labour Force and Child Labour Survey 2012 was produced by staff at the National Institute of Statistics (NIS) with assistance from the International Labour Organization. The report presents the characteristics of the labour force, employment, unemployment and some decent work indicators. The information provides a good picture of the labour force and employment situation in Cambodia.
( 28-November-2013 / ILO )
This report on the findings concerning child labour from the Cambodia Labour Force and Child Labour Survey 2012 was produced by staff at the National Institute of Statistics (NIS) with assistance from the International Labour Organization (ILO). The report presents the characteristics of working and non-working children, child labourers and children in hazardous labour. The information contained in this report provides a picture of the child labour situation in Cambodia and will be useful to researchers and policy-makers for intensified efforts to eliminate child labour, particularly the worst forms of child labour, in our country.
( 23-November-2013 / CCHR )
On 25 June 2013, Chhouk Bandith , ex-Bavet City Governor (the "Defendant"), was found guilty of "causing involuntary bodily harm" (the "Charges") under Article 236 of the Cambodian Criminal Code 2009 (the Penal Code"),
( 30-October-2013 / Better Factories Cambodia )
The International Labour Organisation’s Better Factories Cambodia program (BFC) launched Kamako Chhnoeum (Outstanding Worker) on September 1, 2013. The system is available for free to workers calling on two networks: Smart and Cellcard. Metfone will join the program soon.
This submission was written by the Cambodian Center for Human Rightsand the Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV (APN+), in collaboration with the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI).
( 15-October-2013 / Licadho )
In Cambodia today there are many young children living in prison with their mothers 1 yet there is little understanding amongst authorities and society at large of the short and long term impact of prison life on children. In this, Cambodia is not alone – to date there are only a few studies of the effects on children who spend their early years behind bars.
( 14-October-2013 / CCHR )
Today, 14 October 2013, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights ("CCHR") releases a Briefing Note summarizing developments in the long-awaited trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan (“Case 002”) at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (the “ECCC”). The Briefing Note focuses particularly on the decision of the Trial Chamber of the ECCC to split Case 002 into an undetermined number of sub-trials (the “Severance”) and addresses the way it impacts the progress of the Khmer Rouge trials and, more generally, the achievement of justice and national reconciliation in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”).
( 03-October-2013 / Freedom House )
New media and increased internet access are transforming the information environment in Cambodia, where press freedom is traditionally curtailed. Through the use of new media and digital tools, young activists of both genders are able to disseminate views on important social and political issues, including the country’s besieged environmental resources. Social media websites are quickly becoming an integral tool for sharing information and opinion.
( 23-September-2013 / A4ID )
A4ID believes that the post-2015 agenda should matter to everyone, everywhere, and are helping to mobilise the legal sector to ensure that they are engaged in the debate and that their views are heard.
To ensure that the legal sector is aware of the debate about post-2015 and to collect their views, we opened a consultation with the sector following the publication of the UN High Level Panel on Development Post-2015 report, A New Global Partnership, focussed on an area in which they have special expertise: the rule of law.