This research addresses the lack of comprehensive information available in Cambodia relating to knowledge, attitudes, and practice of ‘children’s rights’ as defined by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). For more than a dozen years, awareness-raising about children’s rights (CR) has been a prominent feature of the development work landscape in Cambodia.Download: English | Khmer
This study seeks to understand prevailing attitudes towards residential care in Cambodia and build evidence for policy and advocacy purposes, particularly public awareness campaigns. This research is also important in light of the growing realization that a comprehensive social protection system is needed in Cambodia, with the provision of family and child welfare services being an important component.Download: English | Khmer
Including domestic work in the scope of Cambodia’s labour law and working towards the ratification of Convention No.189 will create the legal foundation necessary to provide rights and protection for domestic workers in Cambodia. This will ultimately lead to increased gender equality in the labour market, as well as the economic empowerment of women.Download: English | Khmer
The research set out to compile data on the extent and characteristics of sexual violence against ethnic minorities in Democratic Kampuchea and its consequences, so as to better understand survivors’ needs to support their recovery. It was also anticipated that survivor accounts could inform advocacy efforts for transitional justice mechanisms and supports.
The study sought to answer the research questions:
1. Did ethnic minorities experience sexual violence under Khmer Rouge regime?
2. Who were the victims, and who were the perpetrators?
3. What were the details and characteristics of the violence?
4. Did the experiences of ethnic minorities from that other of other Cambodia?
This guide is intended to raise awareness about sexual harassment, encourage victims to seek help to end the problem, motivate offenders to stop their harassing behavior, and encourage employers and managers to prevent and take action against it in workplaces. We can all help to stop sexual harassment if we RESPECT the DIGNITY of our co-workers and act professionally towards each other.Download: English | Khmer