Category : About Adhoc


ADHOC is comprised of the Human Rights and Legal Aid Program, the Khmer Rouge Tribunal and Land and Natural Resources Rights Program, the Women’s and Children’s Rights Program and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Program.      

Vision and Mission

ADHOC’s Vision A society that respects human rights and law. ADHOC’s Mission Strengthen the capacity of ordinary citizens, enable them to defend their own rights and lobby and advocate for better governance and full respect for human rights that every citizen can practice. ADHOC’s Goals To strengthen the capacity of ordinary citizens to claim their […]

ADHOC’s Background

Background of ADHOC:  The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) was founded by a group of former political prisoners in December 1991 after the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements on October 23, 1991. ADHOC is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental organization. It has different levels of governance: a General Assembly which is […]

Press Conference on Land and Forest Issues in Rattanakiry

On 8 April 2011 ADHOC hold press concerence on demand to stop land grabbing and illegal logging in Indigenous People community and on the resolution of land, forest issues and impact by Economic Land Concession in Rattanakiry office. This press conference were participated from more than 70 people from 10 indigenous people communities in Rattanakiry and other media in Rattanakiry.

ADHOC – KRT Cambodia: Nationwide Civil Party Representative Scheme

122 Civil Party Representatives Meeting in Phnom Penh Hotel on March 17 – 18, 2011. The Objective is to increase the knowedge of the Representative and to strengthen the understanding of their role as ” Communicator and Messager ” for distributing information for Case 002 within ADHOC Civil Party network.

Workshop on Land and Natural Resource Rights in Battambang

On 24 March 2011 ADHOC hold a workshop on land and natural resource rights in Raksmey Samaky hotel of Battambang town. This workshop was participated by 60 land victims (11 female), by local authority such as village chie, commune council, district governor, provincial authority, relevant department officers and national, international organization’s representatives. The workshop was under presidency of Mr. Thun Saray, ADHOC’s president and H.E Sieng Suthorng, deputy provincial governor in charge of land dispute resolution.