CCIM targets “The challenges youths are facing on social media during COVID-19”.
Education Minister advises youths to hone their knowledge though self-learning.
PM Hun Sen urges youths to participate in the National Career and Productivity Fair.
JOB challenges for disabled people in Cambodia was taken up for serious discussion last Thursday, in an event organised by Rabbit School in liaison with the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY), private companies, job agency, and other organisations.
IT is an alarmingly statistic — that reportedly close to 2,000 young Cambodians ‘committed suicide’ in 2017 alone, according to Taing Sopheap, the Monitoring & Evaluation and Research Coordinator of Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) Cambodia.
Honda Foundation led a research competition on Ecological Technology among students who have the capabilities to design projects that deal with environmental concerns such as farming.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday charged six youths over the theft of a motorbike in the capital on Saturday.
NGOs are concerned that women still suffer the most from gender inequality.
Coming from different family backgrounds and academic studies, five youths collaborated to write a book that mirrors the society they live in.
During the 70th anniversary of Human Rights Day at Freedom Park yesterday, activists urged all governing bodies to pay closer attention to human rights in order to address challenges still being faced.
Government officials yesterday marked National Disability Day and encouraged disabled youths to be globally competitive.
With the significant increase of local authors and storytellers, as well as the expanding culture of reading among Cambodian youths, there are enough reasons to believe that publications and literature are going nowhere but forward.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts organised the 2nd Cambodia National Short Film Festival last week to inspire and encourage talented Cambodian youths to use filmmaking in delivering relevant and significant messages to the society.
A European Union delegation visits a commune pilot project to empower youths and children to voice their concerns to authorities.
Opening wide doors for Cambodian youths to experience and understand Japan – its culture, traditions and developments – the Embassy of Japan and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport held the JENESYS 2018 youth exchange programme at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center on October 25.
A UN representative encourages youths to develop strategies to build better future.
Adolescence is never easy. It is the time when we get to question so many things, including ourselves. It is also a crucial time to set goals, establish an identity, discover talents and raise self-confidence.
Labour Ministry signs a MoU with the Japan and Cambodia Interactive Association to train more Cambodians to work in Japan.
The “Believe Khmer Can” mentality resulting from the victory of the longest handwoven scarf in Guinness World Records has proven to be effective in uplifting the Khmer can-do spirit among the youths in Cambodia.
PM says he gained a close relationship with Cambodians through his Facebook page.
Two youths are charged with trying to exchange fake prize-winning beer cans for money and a motorbike from the Ganzberg.
2 foreign youths are charged over the theft of an iPhone from a City Mall phone shop.