When it comes to drafting a constitution, the concrete details aren’t what’s important. What matters is the underlying concept of humankind, which confers dignity on every human being.
Kong Korm expresses disappointment over a statement made by Rhona Smith.
“I see few tangible improvements in the enjoyment of political rights”
Smith urges the gov’t to ensure sustainable development projects benefit all people.
Rhona Smith meets Anti-Corruption Unit representatives.
Her reports, under the respectable UN logo, reflect a single point of view that mirrors that of the political opposition, whether expressed by the opposition party or through some politically affiliated NGOs. I compared what opponents used to say and what she wrote.
Nike, Adidas, and Levi Strauss express concern over the labour and human rights situation in the country.
If she is supposedly neutral and espousing the Human Rights ideals as enshrined in the UN Universal Declaration, why, during her mandate, did she fail to condemn the systematic appeals by opposition leaders to racial hatred and xenophobia?
Rhona Smith says she should have the right to meet all detainees, especially former opposition party leader Kem Sokha.
Rhona Smith to visit the Kingdom this month to check human rights situation in the country.
Rhona Smith to visit Cambodia this month to follow up on the human rights situation.
CPP spokesman anger over requests to amend Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations
The government is called to improve labour and human rights conditions.
CHRC responds to criticisms made by United Nations Human Rights Council.
Singapore submitted wide-ranging fake news legislation in parliament.
In response to calls from the European Union and the United States for Cambodia to respect democracy and human rights, Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said the Kingdom has its own laws, noting that “you eat bread and I eat rice”.
Japan decides not to submit to the United Nations a joint resolution condemning North Korea’s human rights abuses.
UN Special Rapporteur Rhona Smith to visit the Kingdom at the end of next month.
Around 400 persons, mostly women, gathered at the Olympic Stadium on Friday (March 8) to celebrate International Women’s Day
Though the European Union could succeed in withdrawing Cambodia’s EBA status, the EU also has to be prepared to accept the fact that it could fail to reverse the perceived deterioration of human rights and democracy in the country.
So why now, after resisting membership for more than 20 years, has Malaysia decided to join the International Criminal Court? Renee Jeffrey explains this change of heart.
Government critics rarely denounce tactics of opposition leaders, says Prak Sokhonn.
The expansion of press freedom in the Kingdom, which has let the news industry grow rapidly, and led to democratic improvement and social development, is not without its dangers.
The government yesterday chastised the European Commission’s move to initiate a six-month “intensive monitoring” period of the country over perceived democratic and human rights setbacks, labelling the move “an extreme injustice” and “tantamount to acts of interference”.
Vice president of the Cambodian Human Rights Committee Chin Malin defends the country’s human rights track record.
French Senator François Grosdidier pledged to lobby European states to ease pressure on the government over perceived democratic setbacks and human rights violations, according to a government official.
In the coming two decades both the EU and Cambodia should base their relationship on an equal partnership.
The head of the Cambodian Human Rights Committee meets with representatives of the UN’s Human Rights Council.
Choosing selectively the term universality, is in itself a fundamental contradiction. If the implementation of universal principles is made in an ‘a la carte’ manner, then universality is dead.
Next week Cambodia’s human rights record will be examined by the UN Human Rights Council’s (UNHRC) Universal Periodic Review (UPR) work group for the third time, the UNHRC’s press release from Friday (Jan. 25) stated.