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Women and Media

The Women's Media Centre of Cambodia (WMC) launched a new national survey on the

conditions of women working in the media on Jan 27. The report details the problems

women face and how women are portrayed in the media in Cambodia.

A half-day program focused on the effort took place at the Juliana Hotel and included

a number of speeches on the subject by prominent officials, including HRH Princess

Norodom Bopha Devi, Minister of Culture; HE Men Sam An, Member of Parliament; and

HE Mu Sochua, Minister of Women's Affairs.

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