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Response To A Request From Janice

Is Donor Driven NGO Culture Hindering The Growth Of Democracy In Cambodia? … Read More»

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Here is a follow-up to my post Cambodian Breast Cancer Victim Needs Your Help

Here is a follow-up to my post Cambodian Breast Cancer Victim Needs Your Help It's in the form of a personal email reply I sent to Ali, the Australian nurse I mentioned in the original post. … Read More»

Spread the Word to Protect Cambodian Activist Mu Sochua

Cambodian member of parliament, women's rights advocate, and PulseWire member Mu Sochua is in imminent danger of arrest following unfounded accusations of defamation against Cambodia's prime minister. Read More »

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Monitor Closely The Looming Arrest Of Mu Sochua (a member of this group) in Cambodia. Raise Your Voices In Protest.

This is a letter from Mu Sochua who is being threatened with arrest for speaking out against corruption and injustice as an elected member of the Cambodian parliament. … Read More»

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Cambodian Breast Cancer Victim Needs Your Help

Yesterday I met a couple from Sydney, Australia who shared a distressing story with me that offers a look into the depressing state of healthcare and human rights in the Kingdom of Cambodia. … Read More»

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Monitor Closely The Looming Arrest Of Mu Sochua in Cambodia. Raise Your Voices In Protest

This is a letter from Mu Sochua who is being threatened with arrest for speaking out against corruption and injustice as an elected member of the Cambodian parliament. … Read More»

The Cambodia Cafe

A collaborative discussion forum for envisioning the future of Cambodia.

Ushering In Cambodia’s Peace

As Cambodia tries members of the Khmer Rouge for genocide and crimes against humanity, renowned lawyer, activist, and survivor of the killing fields Theary Seng pursues a long-awaited healing for her people. Read More »

"At 9 years old, I found myself without my mother and father, displaced in a cold, violent, anarchic, incomprehensible world, without shelter or the security of a home. The Khmer Rouge had shredded my heart."

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Butterflies Over the Graves

It is my last day in Cambodia. I am sitting in a crowded courtroom staring through bulletproof glass at the man who presided over the killing and torturing of more than 16,000 people in Tuol Sleng prison. Read More »

"Yet, at every turn, the clear, valiant voices of so many women pierced this layer of sorrow."

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The Latest World Pulse Emagazine: Cambodia

To the wonderful members of the Cambodia Cafe, … Read More»

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