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Human Rights 365

Human Rights 365

Episode 34: The impact of development banks on the realization of human rights

The purpose of radio discussion is providing information to the public on the safeguard policies adopted by development banks to guarantee human rights on specific themes such as indigenous peoples, resettlement due to development projects, or poverty reduction, to ensure that projects that may lead to violations of human rights will not be financed, and to remedy any violations found to have occurred during the course of their projects. 
Mr. Eang Vuhty: Executive Director of Equitable Cambodia (EC)
(Khmer Language live on 15 February 2017)

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Episode 33: What is human rights due diligence?

to provide information to the public on the international obligations business enterprises and States have to carry out human rights due diligence which entails the obligation to identify, prevent, mitigate and account for how they address the adverse human rights impacts that their operations may have, including the obligations related to consultation, participation and addressing social and environmental impacts through direct communication with affected individuals and groups (cf. UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, Principles 17-24).
Ms. Mout Chantheany: Coordinator of Extractive industry social and Environment impact (EISEI) of Development and Partnership in Action (DPA)
Mr. Soeung Saroeun: Executive Director of Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC)
(Khmer language live on 18 January 2017)

 

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Episode 32: How does our national budget impact on our human rights?

To provide information to the public on the National budget and what impact it can have on the realization of human rights for all Cambodians and reflect on how money is collected and distributed and on what basis, and to assess the extent of public participation in discussion and decisions on the national budget. 
Mr. Yong Kim Eng: President of PDP-Center (People Center for Development and Peace
Ministry of Economic and Finance (Absent)
(Khmer language live on 21 December 2016)

 

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Episode 31: Which Mechansm can i use to solve my land dispute?

To draw attention to the persistent challenges regarding land dispute in Cambodia adn inform about the existing resolution mechanisms – in particular the newly established of several working groups to solve remaining land disputes in Cambodia - and how to use them
H.E LOR Davuth: General Director of Cadastral and Geographic of Ministry of Land Management, Urban planning and Construction
Mr. Vann Sophath : Land reform project coordinator of Cambodia Center for Human Rights (CCHR)
(Khmer language live on 30 November 2016)
(Khmer language live on 19 October 2016)
(Khmer language live on 19 October 2016)

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Episode 30: CEDAW-a tool for the protection of hte rights of Cambodian Women

To draw attention to the persistent challenges faced by women in Cambodia; to provide information to the public about how CEDAW defines what constitutes discrimination against women and sets up an agenda for national action to end such discrimination and about the measures taken accordingly by the Royal Government of Cambodia and raise awareness about how the Optional Protocol to CEDAW can offer practical tools at the international level for challenging discrimination against women and gender inequality.
Mr. Phy Sokun: Under Secretary General of Committee National Council for Women (CNCW) of the Ministry of Women’s Affair
Mr. Phon Vutha: National Program Officer to stop violence against Women of UN Women
(Khmer language live on 19 October 2016)

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