Latest Update (Access to Justice)

2014-07-16   CLEC

Petition to release Elected Candidates of Assembly (Khmer Version)

 
 

2014-03-23   CLEC

We, the undersigned civil society groups, express our deep concern over the disappearance of Khem Sophath, a 16-year-old boy missing since the violent crackdown by Cambodian security forces against striking garment workers on 3 January 2014 near the Canadia Industrial area on Veng Sreng road, Phnom Penh. We call on the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) to take all appropriate measures to immediately, thoroughly and impartially investigate Khem Sophath's disappearance and inform his family of his fate or whereabouts. 

 
 

2013-12-02   CLEC

Phnom Penh, November 29, 2013: Over 500 Cambodian monks will march from Dec. 1 to Dec. 10 to celebrate the 65th International Human Rights Day (IHRD). Joining them will be communities, associations, networks, federations, unions and NGOs, as well as residents of communities along the designated routes.

 
 

2013-12-02   CLEC

Phnom Penh, November 29, 2013: Over 500 Cambodian monks will march from Dec. 1 to Dec. 10 to celebrate the 65th International Human Rights Day (IHRD). Joining them will be communities, associations, networks, federations, unions and NGOs, as well as residents of communities along the designated routes.

 
 

2013-11-21   CLEC

November 21, 2013 - On November 23rd, 2013, the international community will mark the Third International Day to End Impunity. In Cambodia, impunity continues to be one of the greatest obstacles to strengthening the rule of law and allowing citizens of the country to receive Justice.

 
 

2013-03-14   CLEC

Phnom Penh (March 14, 2013) - We, the undersigned civil society groups, welcome the Court of Appeal's long-overdue decision today to release independent radio station owner Mam Sonando and his two co-appellants, Touch Ream and Kan Sovann, but caution that a long road remains to rehabilitate Cambodia's democracy ahead of National Assembly elections in July.

 
 

2012-09-21   CLEC

Traditionally in Cambodia disputes are resolved through methods of mediation and negotiation between parties, with or without a neutral third party. This type of dispute resolution is more accessible, less costly and perceived as more just than the formal court system.

 
 

2012-08-20   CLEC

The Access to Justice Department organized its intensive training for those paralegals selected in 2011. The training was successfully completed between the 20 and 22 August, 2012 at the CLEC office. 

 
 

2012-08-17  

An investigation into the February shooting of three female garment workers by the former governor of Bavet City, Chhouk Bundith, will be completed and sent to a prosecutor for review by the end of the week, a Svay Rieng Provincial Court official said yesterday.

 
 

2012-03-21   CLEC

A2J staff conducted a mission to select new paralegals to be trained in