Category : National Partners

Cambodia: Open letter to French President François Hollande ahead of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s visit

On the occasion of the anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreements and the upcoming visit to France by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, FIDH and its member organizations ADHOC and LICADHO, wish to convey their utmost concern over recent human rights violations in Cambodia. Such include the arbitrary arrest and imprisonment of environmental activists, political […]

Joint statement ADHOC, CCHR, CCIM, CLEC, STT and LICADHO condemn violence against MPs

ADHOC, CCHR, CCIM, CLEC, STT and LICADHO strongly condemn yesterday’s violence outside the National Assembly, and at the house of an opposition leader that left two opposition CNRP MPs injured and bloodied, and call for an immediate independent and transparent investigation into the orchestrated violence. We further express deep concerns over the lack of police […]

Joint Statement: ADHOC, CLEC and LICADHO call for the immediate release of 17 activists and observers in Koh Kong

Joint statement ADHOC, CLEC and LICADHO call for the immediate release of 17 activists and observers in Koh Kong 2 September 2015 ADHOC, LICADHO and CLEC are outraged by the detention of 17 protestors, NGO staff and media workers in Koh Kong’s provincial police station and call for their immediate release. The 17 were detained […]

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 […]

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 […]