Across the globe and especially in the Indo-Pacific region, women are playing significant roles – some are serving in the government, some are actively involved in the private sector, and some are vigorously fighting for social causes.
Licadho urges the Justice and Women’s Affairs Ministries to wrap up the cases of women who are currently in pre-trial detention.
Fighting against issues on women being objectified for their faces and figure has been a constant endeavour around the world, including Cambodia. There have been significant positive changes, yes.
Prize money in women’s golf pales in comparison to the riches on offer for men, but Laura Davies thinks the $70 million up for grabs on the LPGA Tour this year represents success by any reasonable measure.
Women’s Affairs Minister says women are still facing social and economic challenges.
LONDON () – England women’s coach Phil Neville has called on the country’s biggest clubs to host women’s games at their main stadiums.
Double Olympic 800-metres champion Caster Semenya says she is “no threat” to women’s sport and that recent comments from International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe have reopened old wounds.
From the skies to the stage, women are taking a stand for equality by wiping off their make-up, sparking a bare-faced trend that won rising numbers of followers globally but also triggered vocal defenders of the benefits of cosmetics.
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Cambodia’s first ever International Rules Football Game to take place tomorrow.
Technology is a tool to make life easier. But having access to it is another story – especially for girls and women.
Miss Universe Cambodia is a ladder that the beautiful and courageous Cambodian women who dream of becoming beauty titlists have to climb before they can represent the Kingdom of Wonder in the Miss Universe competition and other international pageants.
Women comprise 70 percent of health workers around the world. And yet a new report shows that 70 percent of health organisations are currently headed by men.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday ordered the Social Affairs Ministry to absorb Afesip Tomdy’s Rehabilitation and Vocational Training Centre staff into the ministry.
City Hall reiterates its stance prohibiting any demonstrations to maintain order.
USAID launches ‘Women Entrepreneurs Act’, to empower young women in Cambodia.
12 NGos to call on the gov’t to continue to address challenges women are facing.
A state cannot fully develop socially, economically and politically if there is the no peace. In Asia, different conflicts – for varied reasons and end goals – have become a huge hindrance to attaining total peace.
Gender stereotypes are still exerting influence on career choices in Cambodia. In the country, certain jobs such as drivers and mechanics are generally considered masculine, and thus, not suitable for females.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has tasked the government’s Lawyers Council president to form a legal team under his direct supervision to provide free legal aid to poverty-stricken women in the Kingdom.
Health Ministry reminds women to regularly check health from the start of pregnancy.
“The Vagina Monologues” explores consensual and nonconsensual sexual experiences, body image, genital mutilation, direct and indirect encounters with reproduction, sex work, and several other topics through the eyes of women with various ages, races, sexualities, and other differences.
As girls, they learned to become dancers and now – as young women and accomplished dancers – they’re waiting for the licence to further thrill.
Upcoming events: Water Corner: Women in WASH SpeciaL – Japan-Cambodia Kizuna Festival 2019 – Charity Tour for Wetland Bird Protection Community
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.
Plan International Cambodia launches its 1,000 Days Nutrition project in Stung Treng.
20,000 women are feared to have been sex-trafficked to Mali.
NGOs are concerned that women still suffer the most from gender inequality.
In Cambodia, women’s work is the bedrock of a well-functioning economy that is growing at 7 percent per annum. Unfortunately, the economy does not seem to be working for women.