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CCHR publishes report revealing grave impacts of land conflicts on Cambodia’s women, and ten new profiles highlighting Cambodia’s land disputes

CCHR publishes report revealing grave impacts of land conflicts on Cambodia’s women, and ten new profiles highlighting Cambodia’s land disputes

The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) has today – 27 September 2016 – published a report entitled, “Cambodia’s Women in Land Conflict” (the “Report”). The Report is the outcome of research conducted by CCHR’s Land Reform Project on women in land conflict throughout the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”), and is available for download from CCHR’s website in English and Khmer.


Investigation Report Impact of the Development Project Benh Hoeurk Kratie Rubber I Company Limited Chork Char Village, Sre Chhouk Commune, Keo Seima District, Mondulkiri Province

Investigation Report Impact of the Development Project Benh Hoeurk Kratie Rubber I Company Limited Chork Char Village, Sre Chhouk Commune, Keo Seima District, Mondulkiri Province

Residents of Chork Cha village, cosisting of 180 families with 869 people (408 female), are Bunong indigenou people who have common ethnic, social, cultural, and economic unity. They practice thei customaruy lifestyle and cultivation of their land, which they have occupied with a tradition of collective land use. This community is in the process of registering their indigenous, collective land, and are now completing the second stage, in which the community has been recognized by the Ministry of Interior.


CCHR Publishes Report Entitled “Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia” and Calls for the Protection of Indigenous Land Rights

CCHR Publishes Report Entitled “Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia” and Calls for the Protection of Indigenous Land Rights

The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) has today – 11 February 2016 – published a report entitled, “Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia” (the “Report”). The Report is available for download from CCHR’s website in English and Khmer. The Report is the outcome of research conducted by CCHR’s Land Reform Project on the experiences of indigenous communities and their engagement with the process to obtain collective land titles (“CLTs”) in an attempt to formally protect their traditional lands.


CCHR to launch research report entitled “Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia”

CCHR to launch research report entitled “Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia”

The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) is delighted to announce that it will hold a press conference at 8:30am on Thursday 11 February 2016 at its office in Phnom Penh, to mark the launch of its report entitled, “Access to Collective Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia” (the “Report”). This launch will feature an introduction to this new Report, as well as insights from indigenous community members on their experiences fighting to protect their land.


Mini-Report following the Roundtable Discussion on “Investment Projects and Land Concessions”

Mini-Report following the Roundtable Discussion on “Investment Projects and Land Concessions”

The aim of this mini-report is to provide stakeholders and relevant institutions and organizations with information regarding the issues that were addressed during the Roundtable Discussion, “Investment Projects and Land Concessions”, held at the Koh Kong City Hotel, Krong Khemarak Phoumin, Koh Kong Province on 29 March 2013.


Mini-Report following the Roundtable Discussion on “Land Reform in Cambodia” With an Emphasis on the Topic of “Land Law 2001”

Mini-Report following the Roundtable Discussion on “Land Reform in Cambodia” With an Emphasis on the Topic of “Land Law 2001”

The goals of this mini-report are to provide both stakeholders and to relevant institutions information on the issues that were raised and addressed regarding land reform in Cambodia, and particularly the topic of “Land Law 2001” that was held by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) at East & West Cuisine Restaurant in Phnom Penh on 17 September 2012.


 

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