Cambodia

15 million people
820 USD GNI (PPP)
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Partly Free
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Not Free
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Cambodia's prime minister must release garment workers who were detained during demonstrations and ensure the right to peaceful assembly, association and expression, urges Freedom House and key human rights groups.

Freedom House condemns the Cambodian police’s deployment of water cannons, tear gas, and smoke grenades against opposition protesters during rallies in Phnom Penh on Sunday, September 15.

Vice President for International Programs; Vice President for Emergency Assistance Programs and Multilateral Initiatives
Program Associate, Southeast Asia

The steep gains for the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) in Sunday’s elections reveal increasing public discontent with the three-decade stranglehold of Prime Minister Hun Sen and his Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) on political and economic power in the country.

In a new report, Investing in Freedom: Democracy Support in the U.S. Budget, Freedom House examines the President’s FY 2014 request for democracy and human rights activities and urges Congress to fully fund the international affairs budget to support the achievement of strategic U.S. foreign policy goals.

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In Southeast Asia, Freedom House programs enable citizens to assert their rights and supports their efforts to gain a greater say in how they are governed.

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Freedom House helps LGBTI rights groups in Southeast Asia to push back against the tide of intolerance.

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