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Results Based Empowerment -A Quarterly Newsletter on Human Rights Activism This issue of the Cambodian Human Rights Network (HRN) Project newsletter series examines the progress regarding the implementation of the Human Rights Network Project (“the Project”), more particularly the partnering of Target Beneficiaries, linking them together and increasing their capacities through training in documentation and advocacy, land law, Pre-Trial Procedures and Complaint Writing. This issue is aimed at providing interested stakeholders with an update on the project implementation, especially activities undertaken by Human Rights Network participants advocating in land conflict and labor rights through public forums, rallying, dialogue and mediation with authorities.

Sithi Monitors Freedom of Expression in Cambodia On 3 May, the world celebrated World Press Freedom Day. This edition of the Sithi Project bi-monthly newsletter, the fourth to date, thus focuses on freedom of expression, featuring two items – the recently published map of harassment of media cases and the death of environmental activist Chut Wutty – two topics that illustrate the perilous state of freedom of expression in Cambodia.

The Quarterly E-Newsletter

( 12-July-2012 / CCHR )

The Quarterly E-Newsletter This newsletter concentrate on Antifainting​ campaign embarks, From a child’s eye: Working in the hot sharp salt fields of Cambodia, Breast milk expression help working mothers, Legal service established in Cambodia to support the entertainment workers, Self-determined development of indigenous people in Cambodia Third radio competition on Cambodian Labour Law

Intimidation of Community Based Human Righs Activists The Cambodian Human Rights Network ("the Network") Project is a Cambodian Center for Human Rights ("CCHR") project, generously funded by Diakonia, which has been established in order to support human rights activism as a community level. The Project, which began in June 2010, facilitates training on human rights to grassroots activists working for Community Based Organizations ("CBOs").

New Look of Sithi Portal Version 04

( 27-March-2012 / CCHR )

New Look of Sithi Portal Version 04 Sithi means ‘rights’ in Khmer; the Sithi Project aims to increase awareness and understanding of human rights (especially civil and political rights) and their status in Cambodia. This third edition of the Sithi Project bi-monthly newsletter focuses on the development of the online human rights portal, Sithi.org, its achievements so far, and its new look and functionality as Sithi.org version 4.0.

A Multi-faceted Approach to the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights Today – 30 January 2012 – The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) Sithi project releases the second edition of its bi monthly newsletter, entitled “A multi-Faceted Approach to the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights.”This month’s edition illustrates this multi-faceted approach by examining work that the CCHR, through the Sithi Project and activists trained by the Sithi Project, have undertaken to resolve issues and push for greater respect in relation to land rights.

A Series on Fair Trial Rights and Rule of law Cambodian men, women, and children are trafficked for sexual and labor exploitation throughout South East Asia. In 2008, the Law on the Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation (the "LHTSE") was introduced in an effort to increase the rate of successful prosecutions for human trafficking offenders in Cambodia.

Series on Fair Trial Rights and Rule of Law - Prohibition on Retroactive Application of Criminal Law: New Provisions of the Penal Code It is a fundamental principle of criminal law that no one can be found guilty of a criminal offense for an act or omission that did not constitute a crime at the time the alleged action or omission took place (Article 15 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Article 3 of the Penal Code). Additionally, a heavier penalty may not be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time of the offense. If, subsequent to the commission of the offense, provision is made by law for the imposition of a lighter penalty, the lighter penalty shall apply (Article 10 of the Penal Code).

A Quarterly Newsletter on Human Rights Activism This is the third issue of the Cambodian Center for Human Right’s (“CCHR”) Human Rights Network Project (“the Project”) newsletter series. The purpose of the Project Newsletter is to provide interested stakeholders with an update on the implementation and activities of the Project.

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