Cambodian civil societies disagreed on the selection of a Cambodian Civil Society representatitve who was appointed by the Royal Government of Cambodia to be attending the meeting with ASEAN leaders in Malaysia the following week.
Human rights activists called upon the Cambodian Government and Union Development Group (UDG) to comply with existing laws in relation to the management of economic land concessions (ELCs) granted to private companies in order to prevent an eruption of land disputes and forced evictions in the Kingdom.
Between the end of 2014 and early 2015, 9 year old B.S.N. and 11 year old P.S.P. were raped multiple times by 17 year old suspect Mr. Vorn Kong. Both victims were from Kesdong village, Kang Cham commune, Thalaborivath district, Stung Treng province. The victim’s parents found out about the rape when they overheard the […]
PRESS RELEASE “CHRAC welcomes the most recent developments in Cases 003 and 004” Phnom Penh, 05 March, 2015 The Cambodian Human Rights Action Committee (CHRAC), a coalition of 21 NGOs working in the fields of human rights, democracy and the rule of law, welcomes the fact that the International Co-Investigating Judge Mark Harmon at the […]