The Youth Integrity Survey, the first of its kind in Cambodia, was designed to find out how young people understand, experience and engage in corruption. Following a nationally representative sample, 1,200 Cambodians aged 15 to 30 were surveyed by their peers in eight provinces.
The Club of Cambodian Journalists (CCJ) and Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia), today announced the winners of its first Award for Outstanding Reporting on Corruption in Cambodia 2015. All of the submissions unveiled the terrible damage wrought by corruption and push the debate on it into the public eye.
Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia), with technical support from Khemarak University trained about 50 university lecturers and youths on how to integrate civic education into their curriculum, on Saturday 13 June 2015 at Cambodiana Hotel.
Transparency International Cambodia launches Anti-Corruption Card to encourage citizens to take concrete action against corruption
Today Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) officially launched its Anti-Corruption Card, a tool to engage individuals from across society as well as businesses in the collective fight against corruption.
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Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) is pleased to announce that Mr. Ok Serei Sopheak was elected as the new Chairman of its Board of Directors, thereby replacing Mr. Rath Sophoan who has served as the Chairman for the past four years.