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A Storm's A-Brewin'...

It’s our sixth day in Siem Reap. So, I figured if I was going to do a blog it was about damn time to get going. 76 more words


Panel: Curating live art in public spaces in UK and Asia

When bringing live art performances to public spaces, there are a number of crucial considerations – What space is it? How is it usually used? What sort of traffic does it usually have? 58 more words

Live Art

Dams of Destruction - Lower Sesan 2 Dam

While the benefits of industrialisation have long been hailed as the key to better lifestyles in developed countries, the Lower Sesan 2 Hydropower Project threatens the environment and livelihood of Cambodians and villagers in South East Asia. 447 more words


Japanese man commended for decades(45 years) of contributions to Cambodia

ប្រាកដណាស់ថាមានមនុស្សនៅលើស្ទឹងនោះ ក៏ប៉ុន្តែពួកគេលែងសំពះ (ជម្រាបសួរ) ដូចពីមុន ពួកគេលែងញញឹម ឬក៏និយាយជាមួយខ្ញុំ ។ ខ្ញុំបានយកអំណោយទៅឲ្យពួកគេ ដូចជាប៊ិច និងសៀវភៅសរសេរ តុក្កតា ប៉ុន្តែពួកគេបានទុកវាចោល ពួកគេមិនបានប៉ះវាទេ ។

“There were people living there of course, on the river. But they didn’t sompheah like before, they didn’t smile, or talk. 34 more words


What should the Australian government be doing about global health threats like Ebola?

By Kate Hawkins

ABC radio in Australia interviewed one of our colleagues Barbara McPake to get her views on what the national response to Ebola and other health crises should look like. 440 more words


Bloom and Daughters of Cambodia

By: Diane Harvey, our fearless justice leader from Perth Australia

It’s amazing what word-of-mouth can do. We were only supposed to be checking out two projects, but when my friend Lynda found out we were in Cambodia she said I had to check out Bloom. 405 more words