Human Rights

I. Introduction: What is “Critical Thinking”?

II. Human Rights:

1. History of Human Rights
2. Basic Ideas of Human Rights
3. Limits of Freedom
4. Checklist: How to Solve a Human Rights Case
5. Special Human Rights
5.1. Right of Free Expression
5.2. Right of to Vote
5.3. Right of Free Assembly
5.4. Right of Free Association

III. Building Personal Capacity

1. Guidelines for a Good Presentation
2. Non – Violent Communication
3. Active Listening
4. Guidelines for Constructive Criticism
5. Interview Technique

VI. Internet Guide to Human Rights

1. How to Find Comments on ICCPR Articles
2. How to Search the “University of Minnesota” Homepage
3. How to Search the “HRNi” Homepage
4. How to Search the “Bayefsky” Homepage

V. Answers to the Study Questions


Abbreviation

CAT Convention against Torture
CC Cambodian Constitution
CEDAW Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women
CERD International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
CESCR International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
CRC Convention on the Rights of the Child
ICCPR International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
ILO International Labor Organization
LEMNA Law on the Election of Members of the National Assembly
NEC National Election Committee
UDHR Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Article 1 I 1 Article 1 paragraph 1 sentence 1

 

Victim and Witness Protections Standards for the ECCC and Beyond 2007-2009

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Citizen Advisor Training and Outreach
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Police Training
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Advocacy

Survey and Outreach

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2004 Survey on the Establishment of the ECCC English | Khmer
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2005-2007 Outreach- “About the ECCC” and “Participation at the ECCC”

Teaching Materials from Previous Projects

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Fair Trial Principle
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Human Rights
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Legislation, Legal Drafting, Commenting on Draft Laws, and Lobbying
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The Cambodian Judicial Procedure; the Role of Legal Actors; Writing Judgments; and Court Observations
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Interviewing, Presentation, and Communication Skills

Related Links

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The Khmer Institute of Democracy website