Civil society group in a meeting with 16 media publications to strengthen cooperation.
Civil society organisations ask gov’t to issue urgent measures in the health sector.
A meeting over amendments to the Law on Association.
There has been serious introspection within the civil society as well as in different levels of the social order with regard to our youth dividend.
Around 3,500 fishing families stand to lose $16m-$220m in income yearly if mangrove forests are not protected.
Interior Ministry officials address restrictions to their work by sub-national officials.
Women and children are the most vulnerable during natural disasters: Officials.
A petition to protect workers’ rights.
children should participate in discussions on violence against children.
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Representatives of 10 civil society groups meet the UN Special Rapporteur.
Phnom Penh Governor appeals to all local authorities to cooperate with civil society.
Promising steps have been taken to improve the business and investment environment in the Kingdom through a package of reforms. But Chheang Vannarith cautions against being complacent and urges the private sector and civil society to continuously deepen their engagement with the government to ensure that reforms deliver results.
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Civil society groups and trade unions call for measures to prevent possible withdrawal of Cambodia’s Everything-but-arms.
Daycare has been neglected in Cambodia since the 1990s, although it was a priority during the socialist regime in 1980s.
Environmental impact assessment reports are not widely disseminated to the public.
One Nigerian presidential candidate and civil society groups expressed concern that the vote could now be compromised.
Civil society organisations call on the government to increase funding at the commune level to tackle climate change.
Dozens mark the 15th anniversary of former FTU leader Chea Vichea’s death.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday during a meet with members of civil society warned attendees to carefully choose their words when referring to the country’s leadership.
Will 2019 be a better year for Pakistan’s religious minorities? As Shamil Shams writes, 2018 offered some hope, as the country’s top court released Asia Bibi, a blasphemy-accused Christian woman, from jail. Should we keep our hopes high?
Interior Ministry calls for more attention on promoting women and children rights.
Myanmar to respect UN’s Human Rights.
Officials in Phnom Penh have allowed about 1,000 people representing a number of civil society organisations to conduct a rally today at Freedom Park to mark Human Rights Day.
About 300 farmers launch a campaign to celebrate Human Rights Day in Svay Rieng.
Myanmar youth activist and television host Thinzar Shun Lei Yi would once have called herself one of Aung San Suu Kyi’s greatest fans. Now, she is one of her most vocal critics.
The European Union has completed projects in eight provinces that began in 2016.
Over 3,000 attendees are expected to gather at the 4th GAC on 10-12 November 2018 at the Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra.
The Interior Minister will organize civil society and the government partnership fora twice a year to address the group’s concerns, and to gather recommendations as inputs for national development, ministry senior official Phat Sophanith said today.