885 bet

  • Conviction of Mother Nature Activists is a National Shame
    Read More

    Conviction of Mother Nature Activists is a National Sh🎃ame

    The Phnom Penh Capital Court’s conviction and sentencing of 10 Mother Nature activists to 6-8 years in prison, and the arrest of five of them on 2 July 2024, is a shame for our nation. Silencing environmental defenders and characterising their peaceful advocacy as a threat to the state is a mockery of justice. It is well past time for authorities to listen to and work with youth and environmental activists. Stop spending resources harassing, threatening and prosecuting the brave and passionate young people who are working to protect Cambodia’s most precious natural resources. 885 bet:Read More
  • សេចក្តីថ្លែងការណ៍រួម ស្តីពី លិទ្ធផលនៃកិច្ចពិគ្រោះយោបល់លើបញ្ហាប្រឈម ក្តីកង្វល់ និងអនុសាសន៍របស់យុវជន។
    885 bet:Read More

    សេចក្តីថ្លែងការណ៍រួម ស្តីពី លិទ្ធផលនៃកិច្ចពិគ🐬្រោះយោបល់លើ൲បញ្ហាប្រឈម ក្តីកង្វល់ និងអនុសាសន៍របស់យុវជន។

    កាលពីថ្ងៃទី១២ ខែសីហា ឆ្នាំ២០២៣ សមាគម និងអង្គការសង្គមស៊ីវិលចំនួន៨ស្ថាប័ន បានសហការរៀបចំប្រារព្ធទិវាយុវជនអន្តរជាតិឆ្នាំ២០២៣ និងវេទិការយុវជនកម្ពុជាក្រោមមូលបទ "លំហសេរីភាពយុវជន ឆ្ពោះទៅរកយុត្តិធម៌សង្គមល្អប្រសើរ"។ ការប្រារព្ធ និងរៀបចំកម្មវិធីនេះ មានកិច្ចពិភាក្សា និងពិគ្រោះយោបល់លើសិក្ខាសាលាចំនួន៤រួមមាន៖ ១. ការគោរពសិទ្ធិមនុស្ស និងសេរីភាពបញ្ចេញមតិ ២. ការលើកកម្ពស់ការចូលរួមកិច្ចការពារយុត្តិធម៌ និងធនធានធម្មជាតិ ៣. ការអប់រំ និងសីលធម៍សង្គម ៤. ភាពសកម្មនិយមលើឌីជីថលដើម្បីចូលរួមកែលម្អសង្គម។ បន្ទាប់ពីបញ្ចប់វេទិការនេះពួកយើងបានកំណត់នូវបញ្ហាប្រឈម ដោយភ្ចាប់ជាមួយអនុសាសន៍ចំនួន១០ដល់ភាគីពាក់ព័ន្ធ ពិសេសរាជរដ្ឋាភិបាលថ្មីដែលមានសមាសភាពជាគណៈរដ្ឋមន្រ្តីភាគច្រើនវ័យក្មេងនឹងយកចិត្តទុកដាក់ក្នុងការទទួលយក និងដោះស្រាយឲ្យមានប្រសិទ្ធិភាពជាទីបំផុត សម្រាប់លើកទឹកចិត្តដល់ការចូលរួមរបស់យុវជនឲ្យអស់ពីសក្តានុពល និងថាមពលក្នុងភាពជាពលរដ្ឋសកម្មសម្រាប់ប្រទេសកម្ពុជារបស់យើងទាំអស់គ្នា។ Read More
  • Joint Statement Immediately Drop Charges Against 10 Koh Kong Land Activists; Release All Unconditionally
    885 bet:Read More

    Joint Statement Immediately Drop Charges Against 10 Koh Kong Land A﷽ctivist🔯s; Release All Unconditionally

    We, the undersigned, call for the baseless charges of incitement against 10 land activists from three communities in Koh Kong province to be immediately dropped, and for their unconditional release. These activists did nothing but peacefully raise concerns and speak out in defence of their land and fellow community members, but have been harassed and imprisoned for doing so. 885 bet:Read More
  • CCHR Human Rights Defenders Alert – Phnom Penh, 3 July 2023 11 land activists were arrested in Koh Kong Province for attempting
    885 bet:Read More

    CCHR Human Rights Defenders Alert – Phnom Penh, 3 July 2023 11 land activ𓆏ists were arrested in Koh Kong Province for attempting

    At around 11 am on 29 June 2023, the Koh Kong Province's Sre Ambel district police arrested 11 land activists who were attempting to reach the Ministry of Justice to submit a petition seeking its intervention. The petition requested that the Koh Kong Provincial Court drop all the charges that were brought against their community members over their land rights activism, and called for legal action against those who violated their land rights. The activists are Phav Nheung, Deth Hour, Reuk Seung, Heng Chey, Sok Chey, Lam Cheav, Seng Lin, Yoeurn Khmao, Yi Kunthea, Tin Tang, and Sourn Theng. All are members of three communities composed of 197, 175, and 80 families which have been struggling with a land dispute since 2006. One of the detained activists was accompanied by her seven-year-old girl, who was also taken alongside her mother. Read More
  • JOINT STATEMENT  Cambodia and Italy Must Not Recommence Intercountry Adoptions / DICHIARAZIONE CONGIUNTA  Cambogia e Italia non riaprano le adozioni internazionali
    Read More

    JOINT STATEMENT Cambodia and Italy Must Not Recommence Intercountry Adoptions / DICHIARAZIONE CO🌃NGIUNTA Cambogia e Italia non riaprano le adozioni internazionali

    We, the undersigned organisations, call on the Cambodian and Italian governments to immediately halt the reopening of intercountry adoptions. Cambodia has not enacted safeguards that will sufficiently protect the best interests of the child or prevent reoccurrences of the severe fraud and corruption that marked intercountry adoptions in the past. Noi, sottoscritte organizzazioni, lanciamo un appello ai governi di Cambogia e Italia affinché blocchino immediatamente la riapertura delle adozioni internazionali. La Cambogia non ha implementato sistemi di protezione in grado di tutelare il massimo interesse dei bambini o di prevenire il ripresentarsi di gravi problemi di frode e corruzione che hanno in passato caratterizzato il sistema delle adozioni internazionali. 885 bet:Read More
  • CCHR PRESS RELEASE – Phnom Penh, 23 June 2023 The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) Marks the 7th Anniversary of Dr. Kem Ley’s Death
    885 bet:Read More

    CCHR PRESS RELEASE – Phnom Penh, 23 June 2023 The Cambodian Center for Hu🃏man Rights (“CCHR”) Marks the 7th Anniversary of Dr. Kem Ley’s Death

    10 July 2023 marks the 7th anniversary of the death of Dr. Kem Ley, a prominent political commentator and advocate of democracy and human rights. On 10 July 2016, Kem Ley was shot dead in broad daylight at a gas station in Phnom Penh. 885 bet:Read More
  • The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) Releases Fair Trial Rights Annual Report Outlining Key Findings from its Monitoring at the Phnom Penh Appeal Court.
    Read More

    The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) Releases Fair Trial Rights Annual Report Outlining Key Findings from its Monitoring at the Phnom Penh Appeal 💖Court.

    Today, CCHR’s Fair Trial Rights Project released its annual report “Fair Trial Rights in Cambodia, Monitoring at the Court of Appeal”, covering the period from 1 January to 31 December 2021. This Report analyzes data gathered through the daily monitoring of 85 randomly selected criminal cases at the Phnom Penh Court of Appeal, using a specifically designed trial-monitoring checklist to assess adherence to fair trial rights as set out in international and Cambodian law. 885 bet:Read More
  • Immediately Release and Drop Charges Against CCFC staffers
    Read More

    Immediately 𓄧Release and Drop Charges Against CCFC staffe﷽rs

    The arrest of three staffers from the Coalition of Cambodian Farmer Community (CCFC) and the unfounded charges of incitement and plotting against the nation marks yet another case of Cambodian authorities imprisoning human rights defenders for their peaceful activism. We, the undersigned groups, demand an end to the persecution of human rights defenders, and call for the three CCFC staffers to be immediately and unconditionally released, so they can continue their work. On the morning of 18 May, police formally arrested Theng Savoeun, CCFC president; Nhel Pheap, a senior organizing officer; and Thann Hach, who works as a community facilitator. They were first detained in Kratie province on the way to Phnom Penh on 17 May while they were travelling with dozens of people following an event in Ratanakiri province, and later transferred to Ratanakiri Police Commissariat. 885 bet:Read More
  • CCHR Human Rights Defenders Alert – Phnom Penh, 23 May 2023   Three Coalition of Cambodia Farmer Community Association’s members arrested in Kratie Province 
    885 bet:Read More

    CCHR Human Rights Defenders Alert – Phnom Penh, 23 May 2023  Three Coalition of Cambodia Farmer Community Association’s members arrested in Kratie Pﷺrovince 

    In the early afternoon of 17 May 2023, the Kratie provincial police, acting without a warrant, stopped and took 17 members of the Coalition of Cambodia Farmer Community Association (CCFC) to a police station for interrogation. Officers also brought 32 relatives of the members to the station, including children. The group was coming back to Phnom Penh from Ratanakiri Province, where they took part in a capacity building workshop and a staff reflection meeting from 13 to 14 May 2023. Three CCFC employees – President Mr. Theng Savoeun, Senior Organizing Officer Mr. Nhel Pheap, and Community Facilitation Officer Mr. Than Hach – were detained overnight before being sent to the Ratanakiri provincial police station for further questioning on 18 May. The other 14 CCFC members and the 32 relatives were freed and allowed to go home on 17 May. Authorities also seized computers and mobile phones used by CCFC staff members, as well as some of the organization's documents. 885 bet:Read More
  • Joint Statement World Press Freedom Day
    Read More

    885 bet:Joint Statement World Press Freedom Day

    Phnom Penh, May 2, 2023—The 30th anniversary of World Press Freedom Day is jointly commemorated on 2nd May 2023 in Phnom Penh by over 10 civil society organizations and media association/organizations in collaboration with development partners. This event gathers around 200 participants including journalists, representatives from civil society organizations, youths, and other stakeholders. Read More
  • The Cambodia Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) marks World Press Freedom Day
    Read More

    The Cambodia Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) m𝓰arks World Press Freedom Day

    3 May 2023 will mark World Press Freedom Day, a day to honor the crucial role that journalists play in delivering accurate and reliable information to the public, sometimes at the risk of their lives, and to recall the importance of press freedom in promoting good governance and democracy. This day also serves as a reminder that governments around the world need to fulfill their obligation to promote and respect press freedom, and enable a free and vibrant media landscape. Read More
  • Joint Statement: States & investors have a responsibility to curtail the abuse of spyware
    885 bet:Read More

    Joint Statement: States & investors have a responsibility to curtaꦿil the abuse of spyware

    We, the undersigned organisations and individuals, call on the governments convening the Summit for Democracy 2023 to prioritise human rights due diligence for spyware technologies on the Summit’s agenda. We have witnessed and reported on how spyware has been repeatedly used to silence journalists, surveil human rights defenders, muzzle dissent, suppress freedom of expression of minorities, target LGBTQ+ persons and women, intimidate academia and discourage peaceful protests. To achieve greater transparency, accountability, peace and a more prosperous future for all, in alignment with the stated objective of the Summit, states and investors must act to prevent the proliferation and abuse of spyware. The unlawful and arbitrary use of spyware has a direct and often disproportionate impact on the right to privacy and degrades other human rights and civic freedoms. 1 For example, NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware is linked to at least 300 acts of physical violence in more than 45 countries worldwide. Women, LGBTQ+ persons and other vulnerable communities targeted by spyware face distinct risks of social exclusion, physical, psychological and sexual violence. 885 bet:Read More

Generously Supported by