Events: Political Impacts on Youth’s Job Market – FUN RUN – Advance Social Justice and Promote Decent Work – Behind the Reality
2019 proved to be another exciting year for World Vision and Smart Axiata.
Events: TEDxRUPP – SCIA Marketplace Fiesta – Youth Eco Ambassador-Storytelling Event – Youth with Impact Ideation Workshop
Amidst the fast-evolving multipolar world order, Cambodia’s foreign policy is purportedly encountered with either challenges or opportunities which requires foreign policy makers to strike a good balance and maneuver a flexibly diplomatic statecraft.
Scholarships: Erasmus Mundus Master’s Degree – Personal Development – Youth Empowerment Camp
Events: STEM Roadshow – Skill-Session: Public Speaking – Effects of Current Politics on Youth
Cambodian youth nowadays enjoy the challenges that are ever present in the start-up world. They take the challenges as motivation to learn more and do more tech-related works, knowing that they don’t really need formal education or training in IT; just pure and strong commitment and willingness to learn
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.
Lawmaker Hun Many lauds the Kampong Cham provincial administration.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) held the official launching of the first learning center of “Basic Education Equivalency Programme” on February 17 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC).
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training and UNESCO jointly held the official launching of the first learning center of “Basic Education Equivalency Programme” on February 17.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court tries three men over the assault and robbery of a youth in Chamkar Mon district last year.
Upcoming Events: Millennial Life – IDP UK Education & Scholarship Expo – Japan Fair 2019
There’s an obvious rapid increase in the number of coffee shops sprouting around Phnom Penh.
Cafés have become the “in” thing especially among the youth.
Every year, many Cambodians get the privilege of getting the Erasmus+ Scholarship from the European Union. The programme aims to support education, training, youth and sports. Many Cambodians have become successful after they completed the programme.
Events: Study in Canada: Seneca College – Youth’s Roles in supporting Women Empowerment – Job Fair for December 2018
The Environment Ministry is urging people to take part in the protection of forests.
Is your school organising socially-relevant events and competitions? Do you want to share your perspective on issues about youth, education, art or anything that may interest other young Cambodians?
Senate president Say Chhum yesterday encouraged the country’s youth to study hard in order to become future leaders.
Senate president Say Chhum today encouraged the country’s youth to study hard in order to become future leaders.
The Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia is holding a mass congress of youth organisations from throughout the Kingdom.
The Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia is holding a mass congress of youth organisations from throughout the Kingdom tomorrow in the capital.
Almost 200 students from across the country participate in a youth forum aimed at developing their futures.
Kampuchea Balopp celebrates another successful competition.
We’ve seen technological advancements expand wider and better as time passes. We’ve also seen how modern innovations have helped us in our everyday lives, making life simpler and more comfor-table.
Cambodia’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) discipline has continuously improved through the years. But it still has a long way to go in terms of mastery and application in the field.
Education Ministry signs a MoU to create a training centre for youths at a cost $70,000.
As part of plans to adapt to technological trends, the government announced last week the construction of a centre inside one of the nation’s leading universities that will focus on the skills young tech entrepreneurs need to succeed in the digital economy.
Phnom Penh Court charges a jobless youth who torched his girlfriend’s house.
Educationist and businessman Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach shares his take on the increasing youth-managed start-ups in the Kingdom with Youth Today’s Agnes Alpuerto.