CCHR Coordinator joins IBA's press conference on judicial laws together with Ms. Knaul, UNSR (L) and Ms. Nadia, IBA's Lawyer (M) on 15 July 2014

CCHR Project Coordinator provides key analysis on judicial draft laws to CSOs on 9 July 2014

Meeting between CCHR and Court of Appeal on Fair Trial Rights Annual Report on 5 June 2014

TMP Project Coordinator joins CSOs workshop on judicial draft laws analysis on 26 June 2014

The Meeting Between CCHR and Ministry of Justice​ of Cambodia on Fair Trail Rights and Legal Reform Dated 23 January 2014.

The Meeting Between CCHR and Bar Association of Cambodia on Fair Trial Rights and Legal Reform dated 16 January 2014.

Trial Monitoring Project provided a workshop on Fair Trial Rights to students at Build Bright University on 13 December 2013.

Trial Monitoring Project provided a workshop on Fair Trial Rights to students at Norton University on 06 December 2013.

TMP's staff hands over 3 posters on the rights of the accused to Mr. Bun Savath (Chief of the Court of Appeal's Clerk)on 24 October 2013.

The Meeting between CCHR's TMP and H.E. Chan Mono (General Director of Administration of Ministry of Justice) on 25 September 2013.

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Welcome to the Cambodian Trial Monitoring Database (the "Database"). The Database is an output of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights' (the "CCHR") Trial Monitoring Project. CCHR is a leading non-aligned, independent, non-governmental organization that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights. The Trial Monitoring Project, which was introduced in August 2009, monitors criminal trials in Cambodia so as to assess their adherence to Cambodian and international fair trial standards. It then uses these findings in its efforts to bring about increased respect for fair trial rights. 

To date, criminal trials at the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court of First Instance; the Kandal Provincial Court of First Instance; the Phnom Penh Municipal Court of First Instance; and the Rattanakiri Provincial Court of First Instance; and the Court of Appeal, have been monitored. The main activities of the Trial Monitoring Project include the monitoring of criminal trials by CCHR Trial Monitors using specific checklists; the production of bi-annual and annual reports which draw together and analyze the recorded data from the preceding reporting period; and the entering into dialogue with members of the judiciary and key stakeholders in order to share information and ideas, and improve adherence to international and Cambodian fair trial standards.

In its bid to bring about more transparency in the Cambodian judicial system, the Trial Monitoring Project has launched the Database which records and organizes the data collected from the above-mentioned courts. The Database will also publish the work of Trial Monitoring Project, such as its press releases and bi-annual reports. In this way, the public will have free and open access to the data collected by the CCHR Trial Monitors.

In order to access to the Database, you are asked to please complete a short voluntary survey, which does not seek any information as regards your identity. The purpose of the survey is to evaluate the impact of the Database only. Your details are not disclosed to any third parties. For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions.

Key Trial Monitoring Statistics

Total Number of Monitored Trials at Each Court

RP: Reporting Period
C: Court
PP: Phnom Penh
KD: Kandal
BTC: Banteay Meanchey

RTK: Ratanakiri
T: Total
Fel: Felony
Mis: Misdemeanor
Pet: Petty Offense

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