70th Anniversary of the UDHR

You have the right to go to school - Article 26 of the UDHR

You have the right to go to school, continue your studies as far as you wish and learn regardless of race, religion or country of origin.

You are considered innocent until it can be proved you are guilty - Article 11 of the UDHR

Article 11 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: If any of us is accused of a crime, we should be treated as innocent until it can proven that we are guilty at a fair trial.

What does the UDHR say about Arbitrary Arrest, Detention and Exile? Article 9

Meet Yi Soksan, a human rights activist that was arrested, charged and detained in 2016, before being released after over 14 months in prison.

Human Rights Day 2018 and the 70th Anniversary of the UDHR

On 8 December 2018, we celebrated Human Rights Day and the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the National Olympic Stadium of Cambodia. Over twelve hundred Human Rights Champions joined the festivities to show their support to human rights and to celebrate the gift of the Declaration and the principles and standards it helped establish.

What would you do if you were deprived of your nationality? Article 15 of the UDHR

Having a nationality means having access to basic human rights such as health care, education, and employment. Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights guarantees that we should all be allowed to belong to a country. Tell us what would be the main challenges you would face if you were stateless.

We have duties towards our community - Article 29 of the UDHR

Meet Saem Pona, a café owner in Phnom Penh, and see how he relates to Article 29 of the Declaration, which states that we all have a duty to other people, and we should protect their rights and freedoms.

Human Rights Extended Music Video

Congratulations everyone! Thank you for showing your support by sending all your selfies. We cannot describe how proud we are to receive so much support and encouragement from you. Please check out our new Music Video and see yourself among our Human Rights Champions! If you see a familiar face, tag them and let them know that you are proud of them! Together we #Standup4humanrights

Human Rights Education in Pursat, Kampong Cham, and Prey Veng

Last month, we traveled to Pursat, Kampong Cham and Prey Veng provinces to talk to school children about human rights. We were happy to see that they already knew about their basic rights such as the right to go to school and to live a happy and healthy life. It’s never too early to be a Human Rights Champion.

Watch our Human Rights Champion Promote the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Kim Socheat never stopped following his passion. This talented artist overcame and went on to challenge the perception of people with disabilities. We are very proud to share his story with you!

Watch our Human Rights Champion, Fendii Charmes, Promote LGBTIQ+ Rights

Fendii Charmes is a captivating artist whose passion extends beyond the stage. She uses her platform to show us that we all deserve the same rights regardless of our sexual orientation or gender identity. We are very proud to share her story with you!

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