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Cambodian-Thai border dispute at UN Court

A general view of the start of proceedings at a court room at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, Monday, May 30, 2011. … Read More»

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Documenting Violence against Women in Cambodia

Stirring The Fire founder Phil Borges, a social documentary photographer and filmmaker, has been using media as a tool to raise awareness about human rights for the last 25 years. … Read More»

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Life of Hope

As I am also one of their volunteering members of Soroptimist International of Phnom Penh (SIPP) so after the training of Breast Cancer Awareness organized by SIPP finished, I had a chance to talk to … Read More»

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My Hero

My hero is Somaly Mam. When she was a girl she was sold into sex slavery. Then after being forced to watch her captors kill one of her friends, she found a way to escape. … Read More»

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Inspiring Next Cambodian Generation

How can we inspire our next Cambodian generation? It is a question that we, 8 young Cambodian women, have been asking ourselves many times. … Read More»

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Border Disputes - Cambodia & Thailand

Dear all, Please help to give me idea and comment with my new draft. All your comments will help me much on my Op-Ed. Thank you! Love, Sarvina ====================================== … Read More»

EGBOK Mission

EGBOK (Everything’s Gonna Be OK) Mission is an international non-profit organization empowering young adults with the educational and vocational train

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Black and White for Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving Day, I wore black and white. … Read More»

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Homeless in our own homeland

“How many times have you heard it said that it is not time to talk about women? They heard it in Cambodia, I am sure. So have they in Timor Leste, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea. … Read More»

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CAMBODIA: Girls Discarded Like Soiled Linen

Cambodian student Sarvina Kang urges the newly formed UN Women agency to address root causes of sex trafficking in her country. Read More »

"The idea that girls and women are disposable commodities still prevails in Cambodian society."

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