Posts Advocacy campaigns
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.
Last February I was privileged to be part of the Global Voices Exchange gathering in Marseille and I spent an intense week with an amazing group of powerful women from the global south. Coming from different backgrounds and contexts we explored together different formats to produce content that will help...
From grassroots mapping to community radio, this interview with Chris Csikszentmihályi, co-founder and former director of MIT Center for Future Civic Media, may well provoke our imagination as activists, advocates and researchers.
¿Cómo es tu relación con el monitoreo y la evaluación? ¿Odio? Quizás no es que las odiemos, pero tal vez el problema es que simplemente no sabemos por dónde empezar.
¿Qué es lo que te mueve a planear una campaña? Mientras trabajamos en este recursos hay muchos pensamientos de esa semana que tenemos en mente para alcanzar nuestra meta.
What is your relationship with monitoring and evaluation? Hate? Maybe it is not that we hate them, but maybe the problem is that we simply do not know where to start.
Likely the single most important element of advocacy is the messaging. In theory, you could be sitting on a computer in a space shuttle and foment revolution. But you’d need your computer—you’d need your words and the means to distribute them. Messaging is the chicken in your chicken soup. It’s...
What is it that makes you plan a campaign? As we work in the resource there are many thoughts from that week to keep in mind to reach our goal.