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Kingdom of Cambodia

Citizenship and Country Documents

US Government Reports


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Children

US Government Reports


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Corruption

 

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • Human Rights Watch - 30 Years of Hun Sen - Violence, Repression, and Corruption in Cambodia - Jan. 2015

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Elections

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • Election Guide
  • Human Rights Watch
    • Cambodia's Commune Elections: Setting The Stage For The 2003 National Elections - Apr. 2002
  • International Crisis Group

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Ethnic Groups / Race

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • Minority Rights Group International
    • State of the World’s Minorities and Indigenous Peoples - 2016

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Ethnic Groups / Race - Cham

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • World Directory of Minorities - Cham

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Ethnic Groups / Race - Chinese

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • World Directory of Minorities - Chinese

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Ethnic Groups / Race - Ethnic Vietnamese

Non-Government Organization Reports


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Ethnic Groups / Race - Khmer Leou

Foreign Government Reports

  • Australian Government Refugee Review Tribunal
    • Country Advice Cambodia - KHM30571 -2006
      1. Please provide information on current Khmer weddings in villages. Is it normal to have a wedding outside the family home somewhere on the outskirts of the village?
      2.  How large are weddings generally? 
      3. How many tables of guests would be normal?  
      4. Please provide information about the exchange of rings. 
      5. Please provide information about the ceremony, etc.

Non-Government Organization Reports


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Gender

Foreign Government Reports

  • Canada Responses to Information Requests
    • KHM102400.E - Cambodia: Information on the protection, services and legal recourse available to women who are victims of domestic violence (2004 - December 2006) - March 2007
    • KHM102401.E - Cambodia: The prevalence of forced marriage; consequences of refusal and government protection (2003 - February 2007) - Feb 2007
    • KHM42221.FE - Cambodia: Domestic violence in Cambodia, in particular, its prevalence and whether there are laws to protect the victims; if so, whether these laws are enforced; protection provided by the government - December 2003
    • KHM42219.FE - Cambodia: Forced marriages; whether forced marriage is currently practised; protection available from the government; consequences for a woman who refuses a forced marriage - December 2003

Non-Governmental Organization Reports

  • Amnesty International Profile - 2022/2120192017/18
    • Eviction and Resistance in Cambodia - Five women tell their stories - Sept. 2011
    • Breaking the Silence: Sexual Violence in Cambodia - Jan. 2010

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Human Rights

US Government Reports

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • Amnesty International
    • ‘Nobody wants to leave their home’: mass forced evictions at Cambodia’s UNESCO world heritage site of Angkor - Nov. 2023
    • Rights Razed - Forced evictions in Cambodia - Feb 2008
  • Freedom House 
  • Human Rights Watch -  2022, 2021, 2020, 20192018201720162015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
  • Human Rights Watch
    • Carbon Offsetting’s Casualties Violations of Chong Indigenous People’s Rights in Cambodia’s Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project - Feb. 2024
    • “Only ‘Instant Noodle’ Unions Survive” Union Busting in Cambodia’s Garment and Tourism Sectors - Nov. 2022
    • Underwater: Human Rights Impacts of a China Belt and Road Project in Cambodia – Aug. 2021
    • Cambodia’s Dirty Dozen A Long History of Rights Abuses by Hun Sen’s Generals - June 2018 
    • "Work Faster or Get Out" - Labor Rights Abuses in Cambodia's Garment Industry - March 2015
    • “They Deceived Us at Every Step” Abuse of Cambodian Domestic Workers Migrating to Malaysia - November 2011
    • Toxic Justice: Human Rights, Justice and Toxic Waste in Cambodia - 1999 [external link]

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Justice System

Foreign Government Reports

  • Australian Government Refugee Review Tribunal
    • Country Advice Cambodia - KHM36757 - 2010
      1. Is there any current information about the prevalence or otherwise of acid attacks in Cambodia?

      2. What, if anything, do the authorities do to protect citizens from such attacks?

Non-Governmental Organization Reports

  • Amnesty International Profile
    • New Violations, New Government, Same Old Harms, Amnesty International: Submission to the 46th Session of the UPR Working Group, 29 April–10 May 2024 - Oct. 2023
    • Covid-19 Crackdowns - Police Abuse and the Global Pandemic – Dec. 2020
    • Courts of Injustice: Suppressing Activism Through the Criminal Justice System in Cambodia - May 2017
  • Human Rights Watch
    • Off the Streets Arbitrary Detention and Other Abuses against Sex Workers in Cambodia - July 2010
    • Cambodia: Police Brutality During Forced Return of Montagnards - July 2002
    • Impunity in Cambodia: How Human Rigths Offenders Escape Justice - June 1999 [external link]

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Law

Non-Governmental Organization Reports

  • Amnesty International Profile - Cambodia's Proposed Law on Associations and Nongovernmental Organizations: A Watershe Moment for Cambodia? -December 2011

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Maps

Non-Government Organization Reports


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Medical Availability

Intergovernmental Organization Reports

  • World Health Organization Page

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Political Figures and Parties

US Government Reports

Foreign Government Reports

  • Canada Responses to Information Requests
    • KHM103342.E - Cambodia: Treatment of Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) members by government authorities and members of the Cambodian People's Party (2007- April 2010) - 2010
    • KHM102399.E - Cambodia: Treatment of members of the Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) by government authorities and members of the Cambodia People's Party (CPP) (May 2003 - February 2007) - 2007
    • KHM41578.FE - Cambodia: Treatment of members of the Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) by the government authorities and/or members of the Cambodian People's Party (CPP); whether members of the CPP attempted to eliminate members of the SRP (2001-2003) - May 2003

    • KHM41579.FE - Cambodia: The death of Ouch Hon and another active member of the Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) (2001-2002) - 2003

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • Human Rights Watch
    • "Dragged and Beaten": The Cambodian Government’s Role in the October 2015 Attack on Opposition Politicians - May 2016
  • International Crisis Group -
    •  BACK FROM THE BRINK Cambodian democracy gets a second chance - Jan. 1999

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Religion

US Government Reports


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Sexual Orientation

Foreign Government Reports

  • Canada Responses to Information Requests
    • KHM41863.FE - Cambodia: Treatment of homosexuals in Cambodia; legislation regarding homosexuality; existence of gay rights organizations - Aug. 2003


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Specific Country Issues - Armed Conflict

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

  • Information on Cambodian Freedom Fighters (CFF) - March 2003

Non-Government Organization Reports


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Specific Country Issues - Acid Attacks 

Foreign Government Reports

  • Australian Government Refugee Review Tribunal
    • Country Advice Cambodia - KHM36757 - May 2010
      1. Is there any current information about the prevalence or otherwise of acid attacks in Cambodia?

      2. What, if anything, do the authorities do to protect citizens from such attacks?

Non-Government Organization Reports

  • Human Rights Watch - “What Hell Feels Like” Acid Violence in Cambodia - February 2019

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Speech / Press / Internet

Non-Government Organization Reports


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Timeline

Media


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Trafficking

US Government Reports


Updated March 1, 2024