Joint statement: On International Women’s Day 2020, CSOs call upon the Royal Government of Cambodia to prioritize women’s human rights

On 8 March 2020 – the occasion of International Women’s Day 2020, the undersigned civil society organizations, urge the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) to prioritize women’s human rights by taking immediate and concrete steps to implement the recommendations they accepted during Cambodia’s third Universal ...

Voices for Gender Equality

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CCHR: Cambodia needs to respect women’s rights to self-determination, expression and bodily integrity

On 19 February 2020, Cambodian advocates of women’s human rights issued an open letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen after hearing the criticism of women wearing sexy outfit.During the Cambodian National Council for Women (CNCW) annual meeting on 17 February 2020, PM Hun Sen spoke ...

Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR)

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CSOs joint statement on resolutions of 11 priority problems to end gender-based violence in the world of work and to protect workers’ fundamental freedoms & rights

On the occasion of the “Sixteen Days Campaign of Activism Against Gender-based Violence” this year, the Cambodia Center for Human Rights (CCHR) released an join statement on 01 December 2019. Twenty one of trade unions, associations, and civil society organizations, working for the promotion of ...

Cambodia Center for Human Rights

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New push from the Ministry of Women’s Affairs to activate government response to end violence against women

On 04 July 2016, The Ministry of Women’s Affairs led a special meeting with representatives from 15 line ministries and civil society organizations to boost the implementation and monitoring of the Second National Action Plan to Prevent Violence against Women, the key national policy to address intimate ...

Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

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Statement

The Ministry of Women’s Affairs regrets that a group of non-governmental organizations issued a joint statement titled “Together to promote the real dignity of women,” which followed a speech made by Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen, aiming to exaggerate the information and criticize the Royal ...

Ministry of Women's Affairs

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