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Vol.12 No.04 2013 - Vol.13 No.01 2014 -- Focus on Southeast Asia: Suppression of emerging protests in Cambodia

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article 2 - Vol. 12 No. 04 2013 - Vol.  13  No.  01 2014

Focus on Southeast Asia - Suppression of emerging protests in Cambodia

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C O N T E N T S

Introduction: What it means when emerging protest are suppressed
Editorial board, article 2

‘Help us find justice for my son, and others’
article 2

‘They shoot anyone on streets, in their homes’
article 2 & Fact Finding Mission in Cambodia, January 2014

How and why the 23 protestors were arrested, prosecuted
Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO)2

Interviews on the idea of justice and accountability in Cambodia
Danilo Reyes, Editor, article 2

INSIGHTS AND REPORT ON CAMBODIA

‘The possibility of justice does not exist in Cambodia’
Basil Fernando, former senior officer at the Human Rights Centre, United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC)

‘People realized that they can make change’
Prof. George Katsiaficas, author of the books on“Asia’s Unknown Uprisings”

“A week that shook Cambodia”
An extract of the Fact Finding Mission report on the crackdown of protests

TORTURE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: Interviews on the nexus between torture and the criminal justice system

INDONESIA

None of the torturers were punished for their crimes’
Era Purnama Sari, LBH Padang

‘Police officials do not understand that torture is always wrong’
Sultan, Komnas HAM

PHILIPPINES

‘I’ve seen obvious bias against poor, innocent persons’
Abina Rombaoa, Moro Women Center, Inc.

‘Police, prosecutors & judges do not perform according to the law’
Atty. Dominador Lagare, lawyer for torture victims

THAILAND

‘Victims are not son of a rich man, they are poor’
Pornpen Khongkachonkiet, Cross Cultural Foundation

‘Disappearances is a systematic pattern of extra-legal policing’
Pratubjit Neelapaijit, daughter of disappeared lawyer
Somchai Neelapaijit

APPENDICES:

For justice to be more accessible to victims, an anti-torture
law is needed in Indonesia

Torture and violence against children in child care institutions
must end in Philippines

Ten years without justice for Somchai Neelaphaijit in Thailand

Asian Legal Resource Centre
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