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Cambodian Center for Human Rights

CCHR is a non-aligned, independent, non-governmental organization that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights – primarily civil and political rights - in Cambodia. We empower civil society and communities to claim their rights and drive for progress; and through detailed research and legal analysis we encourage innovative and human rights centred law and policy, and advocate for its implementation.
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Our Values

CCHR expects its staff to share certain values that reflect and complement its vision, mission, goals and objectives, including the following:

Equality

We value diversity and cross-cultural understanding;

Objectivity

We value impartiality and loyalty to principles;

Integrity

We value honesty and commitment;

Transparency

We value openness and accountability; and

Creativity

We value new ideas and innovative solutions.

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Attempts at Dissolving the Union and Plans to Lay Off 1,329 Workers at NagaWorld

Attempts at Dissolving the Union and Plans to Lay Off 1,329 Workers at NagaWorld

We, as representatives of trade union confederations, federations, associations and civil society organisations working to promote human and labour rights in the Kingdom of Cambodia are extremely disappointed with attempts to dissolve trade union leadership and the plans to systematically, unreasonably and unacceptably lay off workers during the COVID-19 crisis.

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CSOs request the Court and the Royal Government of Cambodia to release all Prisoners of Conscience

CSOs request the Court and the Royal Government of Cambodia to release all Prisoners of Conscience

Phnom Penh, 04 June 2021 – In light of the recent reports of Covid-19 cases within Cambodian prisons, we, the undersigned trade unions and civil society organizations, reiterate our call to the Royal Government of Cambodia (“RGC”) to release all prisoners of conscience detained in the Kingdom. rnPrisoners of conscience are persons imprisoned for the peaceful expression of their political, social, religious, or other conscientiously held beliefs, or for their identity. Almost all of the prisoners of conscience imprisoned in Cambodia have faced the same accusations and charges of incitement. rnrn

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Freedom of Expression in Cambodia 2020

Freedom of Expression in Cambodia 2020

On 02 June 2021, CCHR releases a snapshot of the state of freedom of expression in Cambodia in 2020. The snapshot highlights the laws that impact freedom of expression in Cambodia and all the incidents related to freedom of expression recorded by CCHR throughout 2020, with a focus on restrictions and violations experienced by journalists and human rights defenders for conducting their legitimate work.

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