The government and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) are scheduled to start a 12-day campaign today aimed at raising awareness about child labour. Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An will speak at the National Institute of Education today at an event highlighting the Kingdom’s goal of eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016. MP Joseph, the ILO’s chief technical adviser for the programme on the elimination of child labour, said Monday that he was confident that this goal “will be achieved”.
Anti-child labour campaign launched
- Phnom Penh authorities ban march for Human Rights Day
Phnom Penh authorities have banned a planned march as local NGOs and workers’ unions gear up to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on Monday, with a youth group leader saying they would march nonetheless. The UN
- Government deports 235 Chinese scammers
THE Immigration Department of the Ministry of Interior on Thursday deported 235 Chinese nationals, 35 of whom were female, via the Phnom Penh International Airport for their part in a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) online money extortion scam. The deportees were arrested on November 26 over the
- Phnom Penh’s Jet’s Container Night Market shuts down
The famous Jet’s Container Night Market in central Phnom Penh has shut down due to the high cost of the land rental, company representatives claim. Jet’s Container Night Market is the largest such market in Phnom Penh. It operated for just over two
- Hun Sen rejects ‘rift’ rumours spread by ‘stupid gangsters’
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday denied a “rift” among top leaders of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), and rejected claims that Senate president Say Chhum and Interior Minister Sar Kheng were set to be removed from their positions as rumours spread by “gangsters”.