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Civil Society Organizations hosted the press conference on condemn the Government of Cambodian using the court system to arrest the land, monk and political activists

On 18 November 2014, the Civil Society Organizations hosted the press conference on condemn the Government of Cambodian using the court system to arrest the land, monk and political activists (17 detainees). in ADHOC Office. Co-organized by ADHOC, CHRAC, COMFREL, HRTF.

Australian Greens' Senator for South Australia met representatives from urban poor communities of Phnom Penh at HRTF’s office

On the morning of November 17th 2014, the Australian Greens' Senator for South Australia, Mrs Sarah Hanson-Young met representatives from urban poor communities of Phnom Penh, youth group and monks in order to discuss about the human rights situation of Cambodia, especially regarding the sending of refugees

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Urgent!

 

On November 13th 2014 at 3:50 pm, the mix forces of the Po Sen Chey district authorities came to the SOS airport community and forced the residents to remove the SOS and Prime Minister's photos from their roofs. The local authorities said that if they were not removing it, they will arrest them.

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Join media statement: “Civil Society Groups Condemn Arrest and Detention of the Boeung Kak Lake Seven”

Join media statement: “Civil Society Groups Condemn Arrest and Detention of the Boeung Kak Lake Seven”
November 12, 2014 – We, the undersigned civil society groups, condemn the arrest, detention, and conviction of the seven Boeung Kak Lake community representatives following protests outside Phnom Penh City Hall on the morning of November 10, 2014. 

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HRTF's director went to visit the 7 women

HRTF's director went to visit the 7 women this morning at the Phnom Penh Court. Mrs. Srey touch from the Former BKL community was beaten by the security guards of the Municipality and she fell unconscious in the truck while heading to the Police station.

Cambodia Arrests and imprisonment of Housing Rights Activists!

On 10th November, 2014 the 7 Boeung Kak women were arrested and sentenced to 1 year in prison during a one day trial (11/11/2014). In addition 4 of their supporters (3 women from BKL, former BKL and Thmor Korl as well as a Buddhist Monk) were arrested outside the Municipal court and detained in Phnom Penh Police station. They will appear in front of the first court on November 12th 2014

Update! The 7 women from Boeung Kak Lake arrested yesterday

UPDATE: the 7 women from Boeung Kak Lake arrested yesterday, trialed today, are condemned in first instance to 1 year in jail and 2 millions riels each (500$) for the infringement of the article 78 of the traffic law.

Protest at City Hall leading to the arrest of 7 BKL

On November 10th 2014, around 30 residents from Boeung Kak Lake held a peaceful protest in front of the City Hall of Phnom Penh to draw the attention of officials into the flooding problem in their area. The aim of the protestors was to call the municipality to undertake concrete action in their promise to resolve the sewer

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Update! Nov 11, 2014

On November 11th 2014, at 10am, there were 3 more women and a monk arrested because of their protest in front of the court. The people arrested are:
- Phuong Sopheap from Thmor Koul, 
- Im srey touch, former Boeung Kak, 
- HENG Pich, village 1 of BKL community. 
- Venerable Soeun Hay.

FYI: On Nov 11, 2014

FYI: at 8.00am of 11 November 2014, urban poor community is going to protest in front of Phnom Penh municipal hall.

7 Boeng Kak women arrested on Moday 10 November, 2014

Representatives from SOS community, former Beong Kak residents, and Borei Keila Jan III gathered out site the police Phnom Penh station for the 7 Beong Kak lake women.  

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About US

HRTF was established in early 2003. HRTF brought together a diverse group of international and national NGOs united in their efforts to defend the housing rights of the urban poor in Phnom Penh.

In 2008-2009, HRTF organizational development progressed, and the organization now has a Board of Directors comprised of five members. All of whom are working at senior levels in Cambodian human rights issues. HRTF has 5 institutional members. HRTF has registered as Local NGO under the Ministry of Interior on January 8th, 2010.

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  • Office Address: #2A, St. 271, Sangkat Beung Tompun, Khan Meanchey, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.
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  • Hot Line : 068 470 480
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