Both in the Cambodian and globalization context, increasing private sector players understand clearly their roles and responsibilities and they have even actively involved in initiatives to ensure that their businesses are conducted with integrity, transparency and accountability.Download: English | Khmer
This report is the qualitative component of this research project which focuses on local-level corrupt practices. It mirrors the families and household’s concrete experiences with corrupt practices, the effects these practices have on their lives, and their ways and strategies of coping with corruption.Download: English | Khmer
The purposes of this Convention are to promote and strengthen measures to prevent and combat corruption more efficiently and effectively; to promote, facilitate and support international cooperation and technical assistance in the prevention of and fight against corruption, including in asset recovery; and to promote integrity, accountability and proper management of public affairs and public property.Download: English | Khmer
This law aims at safeguarding the right to freedom of establishing associations and non-governmental organizations in the Kingdom of Cambodia in order to protect their legitimate interests and to protect the public interest, as well as to promote partnership cooperation between associations and non-governmental organizations and the public authorities.Download: English | Khmer
In Cambodia 65 per cent of the population are under the age of 30, and more than 30 per cent are youths. Consequently, ensuring youths are more engaged in society is vital for campaigns to promote integrity and eradicate corruption. The Youth Integrity Survey is designed to understand and quantify attitudes to – and perception of – integrity and corruption among this key demographic. This nationally representative survey, the first of its kind, surveyed 1,200 people aged 15 to 30 nationwide. The results can provide evidence and data to government bodies and other organisations looking to deepen their understanding of youths and identify key areas for directing anti-corruption initiatives.Download: English | Khmer
The Cambodia National Integrity System Assessment provides an evaluation of the state of the country’s governance system. It assesses 13 institutions from the Judiciary to the Anti-Corruption Unit to civil society. A well-functioning National Integrity System safeguards against corruption and contributes to the larger struggle against abuse of power. Corruption undermines good governance, the rule of law, and fundamental human rights. It leads to misuse of resources, cheats citizens, harms the private sector, and distorts financial markets.Yet when governance institutions are characterised by appropriate regulations and accountable behaviour, corruption is less likely to thrive. Transparency International Cambodia has developed key policy recommendations based on the findings of this report. The recommendations, contained within, seek to engage government, donors and civil society to push forward crucial reforms to improve the integrity system. Strengthening the National Integrity System promotes better governance across all aspects of society, and, ultimately, contributes to a more just society overall.Download: English | Khmer
The purpose of this Law is to regulate the preparation, administration and the conduct of non-universal election to select Capital/Provincial, Municipality/ District/Khan Councils, further referred to in this Law as “Councils”.
The purpose of this Law is to establish the electoral organs, procedures, and the conduct of the Election of Members of the National Assembly of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
This law is subject to determine the procedures and functions of the appointment and election of the Senators of the Kingdom of Cambodia as well as to determine electors, electoral colleges and constituencies.