The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to several decades of civil war in Cambodia. ADHOC is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental organization.

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  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to several decades of civil war in Cambodia. ADHOC operates as an NGO. It sets out to investigate human rights violations in Cambodia, provide free legal assistance, empower citizens and grassroots communities, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 22 provincial offices, reaching out to all districts in the country. ADHOC is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental organization. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization, founded by a group of former political prisoners led by Thun Saray in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to several decades of civil war in Cambodia. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit, and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations in Cambodia, provide free legal assistance, empower citizens and grassroots communities, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 18 provincial offices, reaching out to all districts of the country. ADHOC's work is carried out by two main sections: the Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. The Human Rights and Land Rights Section handles complaints of human rights abuses (including extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, impunity and violations of fundamental freedoms), while also addressing cases of law and natural resource violations (such as land grabbing, forced evictions and natural resource destruction). The Women and Children's Rights Section handles relevant and serious cases, particularly those concerning gender-based violence, trafficking in persons, and migrant abuse. Both sections provide direct legal support to victims, survivors and their families, empower communities and individuals so that they may defend their rights themselves and carry out advocacy at the national, regional and international levels. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC operates as an NGO. It sets out to investigate human rights violations in Cambodia, provide free legal assistance, empower citizens and grassroots communities, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 22 provincial offices, reaching out to all districts in the country. ADHOC is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental organization. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental. It sets out to investigate human rights violations in Cambodia, provide free legal assistance, empower individuals and communities, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 17 provincial offices, reaching out to all districts in the country. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations; provide free legal assistance and support to victims, survivors and their families; empower individuals and communities to enable them to defend their rights, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 17 provincial offices. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. The Human Rights and Land Rights Section handles complaints of human rights abuses (particularly, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, impunity and violations of fundamental freedoms) and cases of land and natural resources rights violations (including land grabbing, forced evictions and the destruction of natural resources). (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations; provide free legal assistance and support to victims, survivors and their families; empower individuals and communities to enable them to defend their rights, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 17 provincial offices. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. The Human Rights and Land Rights Section handles complaints of human rights abuses (particularly, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, impunity and violations of fundamental freedoms) and cases of land and natural resources rights violations (including land grabbing, and the destruction of natural resources). (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations; provide free legal assistance and support to victims, survivors and their families; empower individuals and communities to enable them to defend their rights, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 17 provincial offices. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. The Human Rights and Land Rights Section handles complaints of human rights abuses (particularly, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, impunity and violations of fundamental freedoms) and cases of land and natural resources rights violations (including land grabbing, forced evictions and the destruction of natural resources). ADHOC's long-standing commitment to human rights has been recognized from as early as 1993 when it was awarded the on 29 November 1993. Other awards include the The 3rd Asia Human Rights Award on 11 December 1998 in Tokyo, Japan;Roger Baldwin Medal of Liberty awarded by the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, 16 March 1999;The Human Rights Prize of the French Republic (Prix des droits de l’homme de la République Française) awarded by the French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin in 1999;The Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders awarded to the ADHOC 5 (FreeThe5KH) on 10 October 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations; provide free legal assistance and support to victims, survivors and their families; empower individuals and communities to enable them to defend their rights, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 17 provincial offices. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. The Human Rights and Land Rights Section handles complaints of human rights abuses (particularly, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, impunity and violations of fundamental freedoms) and cases of land and natural resources rights violations (including land grabbing, forced evictions and the destruction of natural resources). ADHOC's commitment and ground-breaking work has long been recognized; in 1993 it was awarded by Danielle Mitterrand. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations; provide free legal assistance and support to victims, survivors and their families; empower individuals and communities to enable them to defend their rights, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 17 provincial offices. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. The Human Rights and Land Rights Section handles complaints of human rights abuses (particularly, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, impunity and violations of fundamental freedoms) and cases of land and natural resources rights violations (including land grabbing, forced evictions and the destruction of natural resources). ADHOC's commitment and ground-breaking work has long been recognized; in 1993 it was awarded Le Prix de la Mémoire by Danielle Mitterrand. Other awards that ADHOC has received also include the Roger Baldwin Medal of Liberty awarded by the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and the Human Rights Prize of the French Republic (Prix des droits de l’homme de la République Française) awarded by the former French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin in 1999. The Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders was awarded to the ADHOC 5 (FreeThe5KH) on 10 October 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by Thun Saray in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations; provide free legal assistance and support to victims, survivors and their families; empower individuals and communities to enable them to defend their rights, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 17 provincial offices. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. The Human Rights and Land Rights Section handles complaints of human rights abuses (particularly, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, impunity and violations of fundamental freedoms) and cases of land and natural resources rights violations (including land grabbing, forced evictions and the destruction of natural resources). ADHOC's commitment and ground-breaking work has long been recognized; in 1993 it was awarded Le Prix de la Mémoire by Danielle Mitterrand. Other awards that ADHOC has received also include the Roger Baldwin Medal of Liberty awarded by the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and the Human Rights Prize of the French Republic (Prix des droits de l’homme de la République Française) awarded by the former French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin in 1999. The Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders was awarded to the ADHOC 5 (FreeThe5KH) on 10 October 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland. (en)
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  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to several decades of civil war in Cambodia. ADHOC is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental organization. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization, founded by a group of former political prisoners led by Thun Saray in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to several decades of civil war in Cambodia. ADHOC is independent, non-partisan, non-profit, and non-governmental. It sets out to monitor and investigate human rights violations in Cambodia, provide free legal assistance, empower citizens and grassroots communities, and engage in advocacy work through its Central Office (located in Phnom Penh) and 18 provincial offices, reaching out to all districts of the country. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental organization. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC has two main sections: The Human Rights and Land Rights Section and the Women and Children's Rights Section. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. ADHOC's commitment and ground-breaking work has long been recognized; in 1993 it was awarded by Danielle Mitterrand. (en)
  • The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) is Cambodia's oldest human rights organization. It was founded by a group of former political prisoners, led by Thun Saray in December 1991, shortly after the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which put an end to the long-running Cambodian Civil War. (en)
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