The National Creative Youth Forum and MTV EXIT concert

The National Creative Youth Forum and MTV EXIT concert

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Creative Youth Forum Cambodia opened today with the help of World Vision, MTVEXIT and other organisations.

The forum, which lasts from today to Saturday, December 17, is held at International Christian Fellowship (ICF Center) #19/21, St 330, Boeung Keng Kang 3, near Toul Sleng Museum. The forum aims to educate 44 volunteers from Cambodia on problems with human trafficking, and help them co-ordinate activities against human trafficking in their communities.

It is a chance for participants to be creative, helping them connect with both officials and fellow citizens alike to stop human-trafficking Vorn Veth, the Project Manager, said “they will learn about human trafficking and create solutions on how to solve it.” He added: “The forum will create ways to communicate important social messages through social media and new technology.”

The forum will close at 4pm on Saturday with a concert organised by MTV EXIT at Olympic Stadium.

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