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News Briefs: Seminar

News Briefs: Seminar

H uman Rights expert Dr Douc Rasy is to chair a day-long seminar on the social

aspects of the country's development at the Russian Centre for Science and

Culture at 103 Norodom Bld on Monday Feb 28, starting at 8.00 am.

Among

the topics up for discussion are child labour, prostitution and the disabled.

All are welcome.

The seminar is being run by the UN Centre for Human

Rights, the Human Rights Task Force for Cambodia and Ligue Cambodgenne des

Droits de L'Homme et du Citoyen, which is directed by Dr Rasy.

 

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