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Human Rights 365

Episode 37: Reflection on rights to land, ESC rights of indigenous people in Cambodia in the occupation of IP Day

The purpose of radio discussion is providing information to the public on the land of indigenous people and their challeges in relating of loss land and natural resource as well as the impact by development project such as: Economic land concession, Socail land concession, exploration and hydropower dam.
Mr. Sao Vansei: Director of Indigenou Community Support Organization (ICSO)
Mr. Ngach Samin: President of Youth Association Indigenous people in Cambodai (CIYA)
(Khmer language live on 26 July 2017)
This program is funded by​ the European Union.

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Episode 36: Draft Agriculture Land Law

The purpose of radio discussion is providing information to the public on the new draft of agriculture land, protect land preservation resources for sustainable and process of preparing draft law.
Mr. Am Phearum: Deputy director of agriculture land department of Ministry of Agriculture.
Mr. Kit Touch: Head unit of good governance of Community Legal Education Center (CLEC)
(Khmer language live on 28 June 2017)
This program is funded by​ the European Union.

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Episode 35: Land policy in Cambodia

The purpose of radio discussion is providing informaton to the public on governance of land such as economic land concession, social land concession, land registration and mechanism for land resolving conflict.
Mr. Neut Vireak: Coordinator of land tenure security project of Cambodia Center for Human Rights (CCHR)
Mr. Keo Som Un: Commune Chief, Pursat province (connected by phone)
(Khmer language live on 25 May 2017)
This program is funded by​ the European Union.

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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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