Archive for NGO-CEDAW Activities

Joint Statement for Women’s Day

International Women’s Day was March 8.  NGO-CEDAW and other civil society groups released a joint statement.  Read it in English or Khmer

Video for 8 March

NGO-CEDAW’s Dignity Project co-sponsored this video on domestic violence by DJ Nana TV.

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Posted by Dj Nana TV on Monday, March 6, 2017

Video: Round-table on domestic violence

In honor of International Women’s Day, NGO-CEDAW sponsored a live radio broadcast of a round-table discussion on the topic of domestic violence.  View the video in Khmer

Speakers included CHUON Chamrong from Heinrich Boell Foundation, NAP Somaly, women’s rights senior monitor at our member LICADHO and Dr. PUNG Chhiv Kek, NGO-CEDAW’s chairperson.  Our member VOD hotnews produced the radio show with funding from Heinrich Boell Foundation.

Amending the DV Law

NGO-CEDAW continues to call for amendments to the law on domestic violence.  The law should clearly identify which criminal laws should be applied to domestic violence situations.  This week, one man beat his wife, used a knife against her, then tied her up, covered her in gasoline and tried to light her on fire.  He is being charged with violence against a spouse rather than more serious charges such as torture and cruel acts or attempting to commit murder.

Dignity Project Art Online

NGO-CEDAW’s Dignity Project has new art that can be viewed online.

The Siem Reap-based dance group New Cambodian Artists presented Kom Lang Satrey (‘Power Women’) during the 16 Days Campaign in November 2016. A film collage based on the performance can be viewed here.


HEfilm stillM Vanna’s documentary film, Where Do I Belong? explores the experiences of transgender women who rise above discrimination through Aspara dance.  The film can be viewed here.