A draft national strategy to further protect children and promote their rights from this year to 2023.
Representatives of 10 civil society groups meet the UN Special Rapporteur.
The WorldBridge Group and US NGO SHE-CAN sign a memorandum of understanding to develop Cambodia’s human capital by investing in education, training, and promotion of female leaders.
Phnom Penh Governor appeals to all local authorities to cooperate with civil society.
Khoung Sreng appeals to local authorities to cooperate with NGOs if they are carrying out legal activities.
City Hall to hold a consultative forum with NGOs tomorrow.
In recent weeks, Khmer Times has published several opinion and editorial pieces on Cambodia’s present-day international relations challenges. Those authors were passionate in crying foul over the possible withdrawal of Cambodia’s Everything But Arms preferential treatment.
NGOs appeal for haste in the passing of the Law on Access to Information.
All hail the Kimsan ‘twins’ – Kimsan Sok and Kimsan Pol – two gals from poorer parts of the Kingdom who determinably disprove the notion that while women are good cooks at homes, the men make the best professional chefs.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry holds its first consultative meeting with numerous foreign non-governmental organisations.
NGOs are concerned that women still suffer the most from gender inequality.
Bolsonaro gives his government secretary restrictive powers over NGOs.
The Japanese government has granted its two NGOs in Cambodia $692,522 to fulfil their projects, and guarantee food and nutrition security for participants.
To make everyone feel the spirit of Christmas even before December 25, Himawari Hotel Apartments held its annual Christmas Fair on December 15 and 16.
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.
Pakistan’s decision to clampdown on 18 international aid agencies is expected to hurt 11 million aid recipients.
Cambodian women faced challenges when entering politics during last year’s commune elections, according to a group of NGOs that trained women to enter politics.
The Interior Minister yesterday told local authorities to allow registered NGOs to conduct their field work without the need of a three-day prior notice as stipulated in a previous policy.
A Khmer National Liberation Front member is released from prison.
The European Union has completed projects in eight provinces that began in 2016.
A MoU with four NGOs to spend about $2 million to help women and children.
The Police Academy of Cambodia and several NGOs are reviewing the Child Friendly Police Procedure Manual.
The United Nation’s Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Cambodia issued a statement on Friday calling on the government to work closely with NGOs and put human rights at the forefront of policy decisions in order to achieve sustainable development.
The government has established a working group to address issues raised by NGOs regarding difficulties conducting field work.
Several NGOs have voiced concern over continuing crimes against journalists.
Several NGOs have voiced concern over continuing crimes against journalists and human rights advocates, urging authorities to take sterner action against perpetrators.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng on Wednesday instructed police officials and local authorities to collaborate with registered NGOs to ensure that their work is carried out without disturbance or restriction.
Interior Minister plans to meet with top officials from the NGOs twice per year.
The Council of Ministers on Friday approved its national budget draft of about $6.7 billion for 2019, an increase of 11.4 percent over 2018, and NGOs now want to review it before it is sent to the National Assembly for ratification.
The Interior Minister plans to meet with top officials from the country’s NGOs twice per year in an effort to address concerns raised by the groups and to gather recommendations for national development.