Category : Adhoc

Addressing the deteriorating human rights situation in Cambodia and ensuring that the United Nations retains its protection role and monitoring capacity in the country

  To Permanent Representatives of Member and Observer States of the UN Human Rights Council Geneva, 20 August 2015, Re: Addressing the deteriorating human rights situation in Cambodia and ensuring that the United Nations retains its protection role and monitoring capacity in the country Your Excellency, We urge your delegation to address the deteriorating human […]

ADHOC Welcome a Visit from Representatives of EU Membe State Embassies of the European Union to Cambodia

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Statement ADHOC welcomes representatives of EU Member State embassies and the Delegation of the European Union to Cambodia Phnom Penh, 04 August 2015 – On Tuesday, 4 August 2015, the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) welcomed representatives of EU Member State embassies and the Delegation of the European Union to Cambodia at its […]

WHOSE LAND?

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The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) organized the Press conference on launching report “WHOSE LAND?”. It reports on the land rights situation in Cambodia during 2014 and First Half of 2015. The Press Conference will be held on July 22, 2015 at 9:30.am  at the ADHOC Central Office, House no.3, Street 158 / […]

Civil Society Executives Rejects Government Official Being Their Representative

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.

PRESS RELEASE “CHRAC welcomes the most recent developments in Cases 003 and 004”

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 […]

Cambodia: Two new suspects charged before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

FIDH – International Federation for Human Rights and its member organisation in Cambodia Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) Joint Press Release Cambodia: Two new suspects charged before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Paris, Phnom Penh, 5 March 2015 – The charges brought against two former Khmer Rouge cadres are a […]

Will Abe champion democracy and human rights in Asia?

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3 February 2015
Author: André Asplund, EIJS
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seems to be interested in breaking with traditional Japanese diplomacy by emphasising the need to strengthen democracy and human rights in ASEAN. But will Abe be able to promote the strengthening of these values over strategic cooperation?​Over 40 years after the establishment of the ASEAN–Japan Dialogue, Japanese official development assistance (ODA) underpins Japan’s relationship with Southeast Asia, having helped build vital infrastructure as well as build new opportunities and markets for Japanese businesses. Japanese trade with ASEAN, facilitated by said ODA, has surpassed that of both the US and the EU, and is now exceeded only by trade with China.
ASEAN is also increasingly important to Japan because of its potential geostrategic role in Asia, particularly with respect to a more assertive China.​

Reference:http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2015/02/03/will-abe-champion-democracy-and-human-rights-in-asia/