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Hello and welcome, Thank you for visiting Rainbow Khmer Portal, the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity ("SOGI") project of Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR). Your interest in and support is greatly appreciated and essential to our ongoing efforts to promote and protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ("LGBT") people in the Kingdom of Cambodia ("Cambodia"). We have developed this user-friendly Portal as an informative resource for individuals and organizations working on or simply interested in the situation of LGBT people in Cambodia. The Portal provides free information, including recent news related to sexual orientation and gender identity in Cambodia, important publications relevant to the rights of LGBT people, both in Cambodian and internationally, a database of relevant national and international laws, a detailed directory of LGBT activists and organizations in Cambodia, a glossary of LGBT terms and more. All of the information on the Portal is free to use and can be downloaded and redistributed for educational and advocacy purposes. We encourage the sharing of knowledge and building of networks in order to promote respect for the rights of LGBT people in Cambodia and throughout the world. The SOGI Team

Media

  • Date
    22-Aug-2022
    Source
    Cambodianess

    Singapore, Singapore -- Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced Sunday the country will repeal a colonial-era law criminalising gay sex, though he maintained that the government will continue to "uphold" marriage as being between a man a
  • Date
    20-Jun-2022
    Source
    Cambojanews

    Although LGBT persons’ rights are promoted by civil society organizations in Cambodia, they still face discrimination and exclusion from the workforce – especially in the private sector – as they are not protected by law.
  • Date
    20-Jun-2022
    Source
    Cambodianess

    Tokyo, Japan - - A Japanese court ruled on Monday that the country's failure to recognize same-sex marriage is constitutional, in a setback for activists after a landmark verdict last year found the opposite.
  • Date
    15-Apr-2022
    Source
    Cambodianess

    “They restricted my partner from getting together with me because they said loving people of the same sex had no future,” said Sorn Noeun, a transgender man from Prey Veng province, who publicly came out as a part of the LBGT+ community in 2009.
  • Date
    17-Dec-2021
    Source
    Cambodianess

    PHNOM PENH--Seeing a rainbow is always magical. With its array of colors that somehow appear, its impalpable rays of light floating for a brief moment, it signifies peace for some people, new beginnings for others.
  • Date
    17-Dec-2021
    Source
    Cambodianess

    PHNOM PENH--Seeing a rainbow is always magical. With its array of colors that somehow appear, its impalpable rays of light floating for a brief moment, it signifies peace for some people, new beginnings for others.
  • Date
    17-Dec-2021
    Source
    Cambodianess

    PHNOM PENH--Seeing a rainbow is always magical. With its array of colors that somehow appear, its impalpable rays of light floating for a brief moment, it signifies peace for some people, new beginnings for others.
  • Date
    19-Mar-2021
    Source
    ABC News

     Alabama could become the next conservative state to prevent transgender girls from playing on female sports teams as the state House of Representatives on Thursday approved the legislation.
  • Date
    18-Mar-2021
    Source
    The Guardian

    Every member of Pride in London’s community advisory board has resigned citing an alleged culture of bullying and a “hostile environment” for people of colour volunteers.
  • Date
    17-Mar-2021
    Source
    The Guardian

    A court has given hope to the campaign to legalise gay marriage in Japan after it ruled that not allowing same-sex couples to wed is unconstitutional.
  • Date
    11-Mar-2021
    Source
    The Guardian

    MEPs have voted to declare the EU an “LGBTIQ freedom zone” in a symbolic protest against discriminatory policies promoted in Poland and Hungary where regions have set themselves against the “ideology” of equality.
  • Date
    05-Mar-2021
    Source
    The Guardian

    Pride in London has voted against a motion to ban the Metropolitan police from taking part in the procession at the annual parade following pleas from the commissioner to allow her officers to be able to march.
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Videos

  • Date 21-Dec-2016 MEDIAOne kh

    បច្ចុប្បន្នភាពនៃក្រុមអ្នកស្រលាញ់ភេទដូចគ្នា

    Media for Education and Development in Action
  • Date 23-Mar-2016 CCHR

    Stop Discrimination to LGBT: Equally start from you

    End LGBT Discrimination: Equality starts with You. CCHR’s SOGI Project has created a video, showcasing the practical rea...
  • Date 09-Jan-2016 poung phea

    khmer original short film "Tomboy or man?" Part 1 LoveSecret Teenlifestyle MYTV

    khmer original short film talks about love between girl and tomboy and girl and her man
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