Licadho reported that nearly 1 in 3 cases of rape or attempted rape are by a relative.
Justice Ministry rejects a statement which called for the release of 10,000 prisoners.
CMA again releases evidence against the “human rights group” LICADHO.
CMA concluded that what it found was far from what had been reported by LICADHO.
NBC official says LICADHO report lacked participation of relevant parties.
Prisons Department dismisses Licadho’s report of violations of basic human rights.
Interior Ministry denies reports of violations of basic human rights in the Kingdom’s prisons.
Gov’t slams Licadho and Sahmakum Teang Tnaut for refusing a meeting.
The government orders two NGOs to retract a critical report on the negative impacts of microloans.
Licadho and Sahmakum Teang Tnaut are set to defend their report on the predatory practices of microfinance institutions.
The National Bank of Cambodia and government cast doubt on a recent NGO report on microloans.
The recent controversial report entitled “Collateral Damage” published by LICADHO and Sahmakum Tean Tnaut has stirred public debate and created misunderstanding on the whole situation of the microfinance in Cambodia.
The Cambodia Microfinance Association dismisses a report noting abuses.
Licadho urges the Justice and Women’s Affairs Ministries to wrap up the cases of women who are currently in pre-trial detention.
Licadho unveils its nine-month report on sexual abuse of children.
Licadho calls to grant bail for those who are suspected of committing non-violent crimes as a solution to decrease overcrowding.
Rights group says a forestry crime reporting mechanism is ineffective.
Report dispute between Koh Kong Officials and a human rights NGO over data collection planned to solve land disputes.
The Ministry of Women’s Affairs on Monday announced that the government will create a new committee from 13 related ministries for implementing an action plan against violence on woman from 2017-2021. Speaking during the launch…
A human rights report says law enforcement against domestic violence is still weak.
NGOs and supporters of Kem Ley again urged the government to allow an international investigation team to join official inquiries.
Licadho said in its report that it investigated more than 100 cases of suppression on right to freedom of assembly and expression.