Ek Sawathey attempted to prevent the import of Cambodian rice into Australia.
Government says the rights situation in the Kingdom is improving.
Seventy-two years ago, on 9 December, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (commonly known as the Genocide Convention).
Canadian FM expresses concerns related to the human rights situation in Cambodia.
Cambodia needs Collective Democracy – Asian-style democracy – which puts collective interests and national interests first, but not the Western-style democracy
ASEAN countries recognising the right to a healthy environment are in a better position to tackle mounting challenges
European desire obviously does not take into account the fact that a large number of countries do not share the cultural heritage of the European States.
US Embassy celebrates US-Cambodia relations on democracy and human rights.
Mary Lawlor expresses concerns about tightening restrictions on civil society
It is the 10th consecutive annual decline in internet freedom.
Saudi Arabia failed in its bid to become a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday as China and Russia were elected to three-year terms.
CHRC accuses some NGOs which evaluate the human rights situation in the Kingdom of practicing injustice.
OHCHR has criticised Cambodia’s response to C-19 of causing “shrinking civic space”.
An Sokkhoeurn highlightes political and human rights progress in the Kingdom.
Cambodia in the UN questions the motives of the OHCHR in Phnom Penh.
UN urges the Kingdom to adhere to liberal multi-party democracy.
CHRC to consider UN concerns over peaceful assembly to promote human rights.
Gov’t dismisses a claim that fundamental freedoms continue to be restricted.
Supply chain law, the term contains a complex issue of power, morality, profit, people and the environment – and is a source of disagreement in the German government.
Sokkhoeurn expresses disappointment over Belgium and Switzerland’s remarks.
The growth has been dogged by a rise in allegations of human rights abuses: BHRRC.
UK’s remarks at the Human Rights Council are “arrogant”: Sokkhoeurn.
A new independent human rights centre recommended by the UN is to be launched.
Sokkhoeurn: Rapporteurs should abide by the fundamental purposes of the UN Charter.
Khmer Times talks with Chak Sopheap, executive director of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights.
The Philippines on Saturday dismissed the “faulty conclusions” of the United Nations Human Rights Office on alleged violations and abuses in the country, insisting the Duterte administration continues to uphold the rule of law.
Certain rights of Khmer communities in southwestern Vietnam remains limited.
PM lashes out at Brad Adams for failing to criticise US on their human rights violations.
Gov’t criticises Amnesty report which speaks about human rights violations.
NBC official says LICADHO report lacked participation of relevant parties.