Monitoring Report on Protest of Boeung Kak Lake Victims in Front of the Ministry of Justice

At around 8.00am today more than 100 protesters from Boeung Kak Lake, Borey Keila and airport communities evicted from their homes assembled in front of the Ministry of Justice to demonstrate against violations of their housing rights and to file a petition asking for the release Ms. Yorm Bopha, a community activist imprisoned for more than 8 months so far on spurious charges.

REPORT: Issues of Women’s Rights, Child Rights and Migrant Workers’ Rights in Cambodia

This report presents ADHOC’s findings on issues related to women’s, children’s and migrant workers’ rights in Cambodia. It outlines four key challenges associated with these rights, based on the statistics gathered by ADHOC staff in 23 provinces/municipalities and information from other organizations documenting rights violations in Cambodia. The four key challenges are: domestic violence, rape, human trafficking, and abuses of migrant workers.

ADHOC Successfully Mediates in Longstanding Land Dispute at Srechar Commune, Snoul District, Kratie Province

On 13 March 2013 at Srecha Commune office, Mrs. Tim Narin, ADHOC Kratie Coordinator cooperated with Mr. Ouk Sara, Commune Chief, and Mrs. Lim Savorn, a Commune Councilor to mediate in a longstanding land dispute between two sisters: Ms. Ourn Dany, a 47 year old farmer and Ms. Ourn Sreypove, a 32 year old businesswoman.