The Women’s Leadership Workshop aims to strengthen management roles’ capacity.
1 in 5 young women have stopped or reduced the use of social media after harassment.
Can victimless prosecution take place in Malaysia? From several conversations with lawyers, they say it is quite possible.
Victim-blame culture encourages violence against women: Chak Sopheap.
Strong female figureheads and business owners becoming more and more common.
Bid to create a platform to empower young women to participate in decision-making.
A group of female police officers file a complaint alledging cases of sexual harrasment.
Five women are hailed at this year’s Cambodia Women in Tech Award for their contributions to the country.
Research reveals that Southeast Asia has the highest percentage of female inmates.
A private online startup aims to bring local women’s products to the world.
Cambodia to have a women’s beach volleyball team to represent it in SEA Games.
Afghan women players on Wednesday called for the arrest of fugitive ex-football chief Keramuddin Karim after his life ban for “appalling” sexual abuse was upheld.
A new book chronicles digital world journey of women business leaders in Cambodia.
As the world shuts its borders to control the spread of COVID-19, concerns for women arise.
Committing to protecting all rights of women and girls. Governments and businesses must ensure all workers and communities they work with are aware of and can claim their rights.
In India, the pandemic has exacerbated existing inequities, including with regard to gender.
Marie Lamy meets and talks with Lynn Johnston, founder of clothing business Morijana, about her experience from living in Cambodia and the importance of sustainable fashion and helping uplift the local community through thick and thin.
WLB2 is empowering female micro-entrepreneurs in Indonesia and Cambodia.
Seila discusses her journey as a woman in the field of environmental conservation.
A meaningful panel discussion to empower women on cultural work, “Women in Cultural Preservation” was held on Friday at the National Museum organised by the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh.
India’s drive to provide universal, affordable and equitable health care reflects the commitment articulated in our national health policy and sustainable development goals.
The Art of Living Sri Sri Yoga Studio recently organised a yoga session for women in celebration of International Women’s Day.
Women are still the exception rather than the rule in the corridors of political power. Outside the parliamentary arena, however, women’s power and visibility continue to grow.
Kingdom’s women are a driving factor in the country’s continuing growth: PM.
Physical, mental and sexual violence against women are still challenging: NGOs.
Wing and Manulife to organize an event to discuss on women empowerment.
Nominations open to recognise top women leaders in technology: Telecom Ministry.
January is culture month for Siem Reap, with a strong dose of arts injected by two North American women – New Yorker Marsha Barber, a media academic turned poet, and Canadian Randi Jane Davis, an engineer turned painter.
More than 5,000 entrants are expected to join Women Run 10K.
Thursday night was a night to remember for Eurocham, as the chairman, Arnaud DARC, in his speech said that, they are very proud to see large numbers of attendees.