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Ponleu Khmer workshop

Ponleu Khmer workshop

Ponleu Khmer, the human rights federation of Cambodian NGOs and associations, is

holding a workshop on national development from Feb. 2-4.

The forum will

discuss, exchange ideas and make concrete recommendations to the government

about the rehabilitation of the country.

Recommendations will also be

forwarded to the international community for consideration during the

International Conference on the Reconstruction of Cambodia (ICORC) to be held in

March.

Ponleu Khmer grew out of the Dhama Yietra, the walk for peace

held around the May elections. Its most active work was during the drafting of

the constitution.

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