Project “Decreasing Statelessness Among Former Ethnic Vietnamese and Khmer Krom Refugees in Cambodia”. Funded by GIZ Cambodia. Through this project, MIRO seeks to empower stateless VN and KK by helping them to understand the related law and their rights, to have these rights enforced, to increase the awareness on Cambodian local and national authority levels for the need to review existing or formulate new policies on statelessness and to fill the gaps in and enforce the laws concerning stateless persons, and to seek justice and legal solutions for discrimination and human rights violations against ethnic Vietnamese and Khmer Krom. The project is implemented in three provinces: Kampong Chhnang, Pursat, and Takeo.
|No||Name of Project||Date||Description||Report|
|1||Statelessness Annual Report 2016||Jan-Dec/2016||Decreasing Statelessness and Raising Legal Awareness Among Former Vietnamese and Khmer Refugees in Cambodia||Download|
|2||MIRO Consultant Report||2016||Minority access to birth registration Final||Download|
|3||MIRO Roundtable Summary Notes||13 September 2016||Cambodia and the Sustainable Development Goal 16.9 on Legal Identity||Download|
|4||Roundtable Concept Note||2016||Cambodia and the Sustainable Development Goal 16.9 on Legal Identity||Download|