Monitoring report 2017

NGO-CEDAW, with funding from Canada has printed books of the 2017 CEDAW Monitoring Report.

This printed version is also available as a pdf on this website in Khmer and English.

Job Announcement

  1. NGO-CEDAW is now hiring a program officer.  The position is for a Cambodian national. Please send CV, cover letter and salary requirements to NGO-CEDAW by November 30, 2018.  Full job description is here: NGO-CEDAW announcement for Project Officer 2018.

University Debate

NGO-CEDAW, with financing from the European Union, DanChurchAid, the British Embassy and the Canadian Embassy, will host a debate for university students during the 16 Days Campaign against gender-based violence (November 25 through December 10, 2018).

Students from different universities are learning about gender issues and CEDAW in preparation for the debate.

Tep Vanny released

Over the past two days, several activists have been released from prison, including Tep Vanny and former staff of Radio Free Asia. Tep and three other land activists were pardoned by the king, and the others were released on bail.

https://www.voanews.com/a/cambodian-land-activist-freed-journalists-granted-bail/4537665.html

Tep Vanny in prison for 2 years

Land rights activist Tep Vanny has been in prison for two years. 162 groups have signed this Joint Statement in English │ Khmer