LOCATING ‘HUMAN DIGNITY’ IN CAMBODIA

Human dignity’ is considered a foundational human rights concept, appearing in the UN Charter, the International Bill of Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals. Despite the concept’s framing as ‘universal’ and its frequent use in human rights and development programmes around the world, in practice ‘human dignity’ does not easily translate into diverse cultural […]

RWI MULTI-COUNTRY RESEARCH ON COVID-19, GENDER AND HUMAN RIGHTS

From July to December 2020, the Center’s researcher and librarian were selected along with other Cambodian authors to participate in the first RWI Multi-Country Research on COVID-19, Gender and Human Rights. They co-authored a research on the right to higher education and gendered impacts of COVID-19 by conducting small scale empirical research with female lecturers […]

BOOK PROJECT – COVID-19 IN ASIA: LAW AND POLICY CONTEXTS BY OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS (2020)

The Center’s two researchers and senior research fellow contributed Chapter 20 on Cambodia: Public Health, Economic and Political Dimensions to a book project titled “COVID-19 in Asia: Law and Policy Contexts”, published by Oxford University Press in late 2020. The book is initiated and edited by Professor Victor V Ramraj from the University of Victoria, […]

CLE PROJECT

Clinical Legal Education (CLE) has been one of CSHL’s core training program embedded in ELBBL curriculum as one of its elective courses since 2015. The CLE program was created with the mission to develop practical lawyer skills for law students and to raise awareness of the importance of the roles of the legal profession in […]

WOMEN IN LAW

Women In Law is a project which was established by The Center for the Study of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) in collaboration with Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University (Center) and with the generous support of the British Embassy in Cambodia. CSHL was established in August 2014 which is an independent and […]

ECH 2020 PROJECT

The European Commission Horizon 2020 project on “Institutions for Knowledge Intensive Development: Economic and Regulatory Aspects in South-East Asian Transition Economies,” our researcher, Ngouv Muy Seo visited TTU, Estonia for a period of three months for a study and research. During her visit, Muy Seo received invaluable comments from relevant TTU Law faculty members on […]

VAM PROJECT

Over the past few years, greater attention has been given to the victims of mass atrocities in transitional justice processes, and there has been an increased willingness to include victims in these processes. The initially most far-reaching attempt to include victims in judicial transitional justice process began at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of […]

THE DEMETER PROJECT ON GENDER, LAND, AND THE RIGHT TO FOOD

CSHL signed a 3-years research agreement with the Gender Center of the Graduate Institute of International Development Studies in Genevato implement the DEMETER project until January 2021. The DEMETER project examines changes in food security and agrarian transformation in the wake of land commercialization in Cambodia and Ghana from a right to food and gender […]

15 YEARS AFTER THE CREATION OF THE KHMERROUGE TRIBUNAL–BOOK PROJECT

In late 2018, CSHL signed an agreement with Dr. Julie Bernath from Swisspeace, funded by the Embassy of Switzerland in Bangkok, to carry out the Book Project. This project aims to provide Cambodian early career researchers with the opportunity to acquire research experience of the internationally competitive academic publication process and to develop their writing […]

RESEARCH COLLABORATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG -SWEDEN

In July 2019,the Center signed a sub-contract with the University of Gothenburg (Gothenburg Research Institute) based in Sweden to provide research support for a project entitled “Shaping Justice? The Khmer Rouge Tribunal’s Influence on Expectations and Experience of Justice in Cambodia”. This research collaboration commenced in July and finished in October 2019, with one of […]