Civil Society Organization


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The Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP) is an independent, neutral, and non-partisan research institute based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. CICP promotes both domestic and regional dialogue between government officials, national and international organizations, scholars, and the private sector on issues of peace, democracy, civil society, security, foreign policy, conflict resolution, economics and national development.

CICP's mission statement can be defined as pursuing goals within five target areas.      
In this regard, the institute endeavors to:
- Enhance the ability of government officials and the public to make informed decisions about public policy;
- Participate in and to promote regional and international cooperation;
- Advocate human rights and advance democracy within civil society in Cambodia;
- Promote peace and cooperation among Cambodians, as well as between Cambodians and others on a regional and international basis;
- Conduct research on development issues that concern Cambodia, as well as disseminate the resulting research findings.

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Reports & Research
December 2014

The report of a project exploring human security and land rights in Cambodia. The project used a human security framework to address two questions: (1) What kind of insecurities do people in areas with land disputes have, and who is most insecure? (2) What provides people with security, and how does land policy relate to other sources of security over land? The study involved more than 400 participants in Kampong Chhnang, Ratanakiri, and Phnom Penh. The study shows that insecurity over land is about wider issues of poverty environment and livelihood insecurity.

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