ADHOC takes on interns to work on specific projects and to assist the different programs—land and natural resources; human rights; women’s and children’s rights; and the ECCC. As a non-profit organization, ADHOC does not have the resources to pay interns. Interns stay at ADHOC usually for a minimum of three months.

To apply for an internship with ADHOC, please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your academic/professional background and what areas you would like to work in, to Mr. Neil Loughlin, Technical Assistant to ADHOC’s Human Rights and Legal Aid Program:

STATEMENT: Questioning Postponed in Chan Soveth’s Case

Phnom Penh, 23 August 2012 — The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) has just been informed that the Phnom Penh Municipal Court agreed to delay the questioning of Mr. Chan Soveth, Deputy Head of its Monitoring Section No new date has been set. His lawyers requested such a delay on 22 August 2012. Therefore, there will be no gathering in front of the court on 24 August.

ECCC Legacy Planning and Progress

While it may seem early to focus on the matter of the ECCC legacy, especially as the Case 002 Trial Hearing is still ongoing, planning is already well underway to ensure the court has the maximum positive legacy.  Several meetings have already been convened by NGOs with the aim to map, plan, and coordinate projects […]

STATEMENT: Citation for ADHOC’s Senior Investigator Illustrates the Intimidation of Cambodian Human Rights Defenders

Chan Soveth

The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) expresses its deepest concern over the citation issued by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court on 9 August 2012. Mr. Chan Soveth, senior investigator and Deputy Head of ADHOC’s Human Rights Monitoring Section, is summonsed to appear before Investigating Judge Chhe Virak on 24 August. He is accused of “providing assistance to the perpetrator” of a crime, an offense punishable by one to three years in prison pursuant to article 544 of the Cambodian Criminal Code.

KRT Program Objectives

Since the end of 2006 ADHOC has been running the Khmer Rouge Trials and International Criminal Court Program. Its main objective is to ensure that the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) succeeds in delivering justice to the victims of the Khmer Rouge, and to seek safeguards that will prevent the perpetration of […]

ADHOC Engagement with Civil Party Representatives from Prey Veng

ADHOC has been engaging with Civil Party Representatives (CPR) from Prey Veng Province to facilitate their participation and understanding of the trial proceedings so as to empower them to keep their province and districts informed of important developments in the trial as well as to meaningfully participate in the trials themselves. ADHOC’s engagement with the […]