Cambodia in the UN questions the motives of the OHCHR in Phnom Penh.
Members should uphold the organisation’s role and values as the main multilateral means for solving global problems.
The United States unilaterally proclaimed on Saturday that UN sanctions against Iran were back in force and promised to punish those who violate them, in a move that risks increasing Washington’s isolation but also international tensions.
The world has entered uncharted territory in its battle against the deadly coronavirus.
EU, Australia and France criticizes Cambodia’s human rights situation in the UN.
The inability of international law to effectively address situations of mass human rights atrocities, in particular genocide, within states has been the source of much consternation for international lawyers.
The government shutters all businesses run by North Koreans in the Kingdom.
North Korean businesses in Cambodia close their doors to customers.
UN helps root out unsourced wood, and promote move to sustainable sources.
PM orders relevant officials to timely file indigenous rights reports to the UN.
UN chief Antonio Guterres called on countries to take joint responsibility for caring for a surging number of displaced people as he opened a global refugee summit in Geneva Tuesday.
Trump is not a fan of climate finance. In fact it was one of his main excuses for pulling out of the Paris Agreement. But is escaping financial responsibility for global warming really that simple?
Confronted with a climate crisis threatening civilisation itself, humanity must choose between hope and surrender, UN chief Antonio Guterres told the opening plenary of a UN climate conference Monday.
A former UN Secretary-General to be awarded at Sunhak Peace Prize Awards.
Any calls to release a person under judicial proceeding is unlawful.
PM joins activists and other world leaders in expressing support for the UN’s zero-tolerance policy toward sexual exploitation.
An emotional Greta Thunberg tore into world leaders at a UN climate summit.
UN Secretary-General says he saw a change in the momentum of global climate action.
Cambodia’s permanent representative to the UN replies to Bachelet concerns.
The gov’t says it is ready to implement a regional agreement on paperless trade.
The science suggests there is a stronger link between the planet’s warming and its changing weather patterns, and these trends are stronger where significant changes to the use of land have occurred.
UN calls on Cambodian authorities to release two men arrested for marking anniversary of murder of political analyst Kem Ley.
UN programme aiming to increase skill development is extended for another 5 years.
The UN Population Fund and the Government celebrated ‘World Population Day’ in a ceremony last Thursday. For the past 25 years, UNFPA and the Royal Government of Cambodia have worked closely to ensure the reproductive rights and choices of women and young people.
The government accepts 173 out of 198 recommendations made by 73 UN states.
PM defends the Kingdom’s rights records during his address to the UN.
The int’l co-investigating judge of the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal resigns.
Spokesman slams a statement which highlighted concerns over the political rights of those criticising the gov’t.
A UN human rights body highlights cases of extrajudicial killing in the Kingdom.
In recent years, several UN agencies and NGOs have moved away from a narrow anti-trafficking focus to a broader focus on migration governance. It is within this context that ‘safe migration’ has become a popular approach for migration assistance provision.