Human Trafficking Trials in Cambodia
A Report by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (July 2010)
The Report is an output of CCHR’s Human Trafficking Trial Monitoring Sub-Project, supported by The Asia Foundation, and part of the wider CCHR Trial Monitoring Project. The purpose of the sub-project is to monitor human trafficking trials in Cambodia in order to assess their fairness, for both the victims and the accused, against fair trial standards; and to assess the impact of recent legal developments aimed at combating human trafficking, including the Law on the Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation 2008 (the “LHTSE”). CCHR aims to use the findings of the Report as a basis for dialogue with the judiciary and other relevant stakeholders, and hopes that the Report will serve as a useful tool for research and study related to human trafficking and fair trial rights in Cambodia.
HIGHLIGHTS ACROSS ASIA
ASEAN at 50: Walking a Tightrope?
August 9, 2017
Labor Migration: A Gender-Neutral Lens to Human Trafficking
July 12, 2017
In.CoDe: Indonesia’s Competition for Civic Tech Apps
CNBC: APEC Connect App to Crack the Export Market
July 7, 2017
New York Minute: The Asia Foundation Helps Women Economically, Socially, and Politically
July 7, 2017
Girls Empowerment Storybook Collection Now Available from Let’s Read!
July 3, 2017