EU announces to partially remove the Kingdom’s Everything-but-arms trade status.
Much work is still needed in order to improve labour and living conditions: GMAC.
Two labour rights groups call to build memorial stupas to honour collapses’ victims.
The EC to make its final decision on suspending the EBA in February.
A group of labour rights NGOs meet with US Ambassador Patrick Murphy.
EU Commission calls on the gov’t to show credible improvements on issues of concern.
A fact-finding team sent by the European Commission arrived in the Kingdom.
Unionists, government and private sectors’ representatives begin discussing amendment of articles in the Trade Union Law.
Labour rights organisations to hold an advocacy meeting with the government.
The government held a press conference to defend its track record on labour rights by highlighting better livelihoods.
The government is called to improve labour and human rights conditions.
Labour Minister asks EU’s George Edgar to help provide factual information.
The EU starts monitoring for six months that could lead to the suspension of EBA.
Oxfam indicates Cambodia as 121st out of 157 countries in this year’s inequality index.
Labour rights defender Pov is summoned to court over his relation with Kem Sokha.
A labour rights group calls to inspect a bag factory for health and safety violations.
The Ministry of Labour is providing a lawyer for Moeun Tola.
Labour Ministry asks to drop charges against labour rights defender Moeun Tola.
Labour Ministry will send over 200 trainers to educate workers about labour rights.
Far Saly rose from the dumps to become a prominent labour rights activist.