Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights | Land Portal
Acronym: 
LICADHO

Ubicación

#16, St. 99, Boeung Trabek, Phnom Penh
Camboya
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LICADHO is a national Cambodian human rights organization. Since its establishment in 1992, LICADHO has been at the forefront of efforts to protect civil, political, economic and social rights in Cambodia and to promote respect for them by the Cambodian government and institutions. Building on its past achievements, LICADHO continues to be an advocate for the Cambodian people and a monitor of the government through wide ranging human rights programs from its main office in Phnom Penh and 13 provincial offices.

Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights Resources

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Informes e investigaciones
Junio, 2021
Camboya

Cambodia's microfinance over-indebtedness crisis is leading to human rights abuses. In 2020, the average microloan in Cambodia was $4,280 – the largest in the world. The average microloan was larger than 95% of Cambodians' incomes. There were 2.8 million microloans held across the country's 3.6 million households.

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Informes e investigaciones
Julio, 2020
Camboya

More than one million people across Phnom Penh are facing the risk of increased flooding and over one thousand more families are at risk of evictions, loss of income and food insecurity as the ING City project and other unsustainable developments destroy the Tompoun/Cheung Ek wetlands in the capital’s south.

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Documentos de política y resúmenes
Junio, 2020
Camboya

Garment workers in Cambodia have been devastated by the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Years of chronically low pay in the sector have forced workers to rely on debt – most of which is provided by microfinance institutions (MFIs) and collateralised by borrowers’ land titles – to meet their basic needs. Hundreds of thousands of heavily indebted workers are now out of work, after hundreds of factories suspended their operations, putting them at risk of land loss and other human rights abuses.

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Materiales institucionales y promocionales
Diciembre, 2015
Camboya

This LICADHO press release expresses strong concern at the surge in land disputes documented by its offices in 2014, which resulted in a threefold increase in the number of families newly affected compared to the previous year. In 2014, LICADHO registered 10,625 families, or an estimated 49,519 individuals, newly affected by land conflicts.

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Informes e investigaciones
Diciembre, 2015
Camboya

An interactive map showing the ELC granted to CamAgra in 2007.

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