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  • Former Radio Free Asia journalists Sok Ratha (left) and Ouk Savborey (right) speak to the press yesterday in Phnom Penh. Ex-RFA journos accuse outlet

    Two former Radio Free Asia journalists held a press conference yesterday claiming they are each owed $28,000 by the US-funded radio broadcaster, which shuttered its in-country operations in September amid a government crackdown on independent media. The journalists, Sok Ratha and Ouk Savborey, maintained they organised the press conference, though questions lingered over the involvement of the Ministry of Information, particularly given the government’s recent contention that RFA was involved in a purported opposition-led “revolution” to topple the government. The opposition Cambodia

  • Volunteers set up a stage for an event to celebrate LGBTIQ rights in May in Takeo province. ‘Rainbow couples’ fight for approval

    While a large number of transgender and homosexual couples in Cambodia live together, marry and adopt children, they still face stigmatisation and discrimination in their daily lives, a new report by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights released today shows. For the report, titled Cambodia’s Rainbow Families, CCHR conducted interviews with 121 individuals either currently or formerly in an LGBTIQ couple, which it terms “rainbow couples”, in nine provinces and analysed the legal framework of their rights. Government and local authority representatives were also interviewed. The report finds

Families of the victims of Cambodia’s 2010 Water Festival stampede gather at the scene of the fatal catastrophe that resulted in over 300 deaths, paying respects and demanding accountability.

Families of Water Festival stampede victims come together

Families of the victims of Cambodia’s 2010 Water Festival stampede gathered on Wednesday at the scene of the fatal catastrophe that resulted in more than 300 deaths, paying respects and demanding accountability.

More than $3.4 million spent in 2017 on capital infrastructure

The national government has spent more than $3.4 million on infrastructure in the capital in the first seven months of the year – not including money spent on sewage upgrades and municipal building and bridge maintenance.

Exploring Northeast Cambodia

From May to October, rice fields in every province of Cambodia transform into lush, green landscapes soaking in the daily deluge of rain.

  • Communication Officer (Press) 2017-12-12 17:00

    The Mekong River Commission (MRC) is the only inter-governmental agency that works directly with the governments of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam on their common specific interests - joint

  • Job Announcement 2017-12-22 17:00

    Khmer Angkor Plastic Co.,Ltd.  Job Title: Area Sales Representatives  Salary: $200-$1500  Work Experience: At least 2 years working as Sales/Marketing in Building Materials. Good Communication and

  • Professional Training Opportunity in Trauma Therapy 2017-11-30 17:00

    EMDR Cambodia Association has been operating in Cambodia to promote the treatment of psychological trauma and building-up more professional resources in the mental health field. EMDR Cambodia is

  • Workshop on psychosocial-support 2017-11-24 17:00

    “Workshop on psychosocial-support for trafficked, migrant returnees and other vulnerable persons”   Caritas Cambodia is an international non-governmental organization working in twelfth provinces of