Posts from June, 2016
In commemoration of the the United Nations’ International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, CCHR highlighted the widespread nature of impunity in Cambodia.
A campaign called for the release of 12 detainees wrongfully convicted and jailed while protesting against land rights violations in Cambodia.
Youthchhlat aims to encourage Cambodian youth to talk more openly and engage in sensitive topics such as sexual, gender, and reproductive health and rights issues through SMS as part of its Question and Answer platform.
The campaign “Safe Cities for Women” is about women reclaiming their right to the city all across Cambodia.
Inspired by the International Feminist Caravan would be passing by the city of Portugal in October 2015, a collective decided to organize something to coincide and help strengthen the feminist agenda in the Portuguese public sphere.
The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) has taken part in a wide range of human rights advocacy issues over the years and its Executive Director provides an overview of this work.
Using a mobile phone can make it easier for citizens to create news stories that may catch the eye of policymakers helping to achieve social change.