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Low skills driving worker migration from Cambodia: report

Source: Phnom Penh Post |Thu, 6 October 2016, by Cristina Maza

Young, rural workers in Cambodia – many reeling from the effects of flooding and drought – will need more access to skill-boosting vocational training if the country is to stem the tide of overseas migration, according to a new study. 467 more words

Cambodia

OCIC protesters burn tyres, present petition

Source: Phnom Penh Post |Thu, 8 September 2016, by Touch Sokha

Residents of Phnom Penh’s Chroy Changvar district yesterday held simultaneous protests against development firm the Overseas Cambodia Investment Corporation (OCIC), with one group delivering a petition to the Ministry of Land Management and the other burning tyres at a site where company workers were seen bulldozing. 179 more words

Human Rights

Protest Leader Arrested in Mondolkiri After Reoccupation Attempt

Source : The Phnom Penh Post / July 13, 2016 by Aun Pheap

An anti-eviction protester who police claim orchestrated several large-scale reoccupation attempts on a planned rubber plantation in Mondolkiri province was arrested on Monday, police and a rights monitor said. 406 more words

Human Rights

Scuffles in latest round of ‘Black Monday’ protests

Source : The Phnom Penh Post / Tue, 5 July 2016 by Pech Sotheary

Nine weeks into the civil society-backed “Black Monday” demonstrations, four participants from the Boeung Kak community received minor injuries yesterday as they scuffled with Daun Penh district security guards who were preventing them from protesting the… 273 more words

Boeung Kak

Ninth ‘Black Monday’ Sees Clashes, Threats

Source : The Cambodia Daily / July 5, 2016 by Ben Sokhean and George Wright

Anti-government protests marking the ninth “Black Monday” culminated in violent clashes between activists and security guards in Phnom Penh on Monday. 465 more words

Boeung Kak

Ninth ‘Black Monday’ Sees Clashes, Threats

Source : The Cambodia Daily / July 5, 2016 by Ben Sokhean and George Wright

Anti-government protests marking the ninth “Black Monday” culminated in violent clashes between activists and security guards in Phnom Penh on Monday. 465 more words

Human Rights

‘Black Monday’ passes without fresh arrests

Source : The Phnom Penh Post / Tue, 28 June 2016 by Lay Samean

Now in its eighth week, the civil society-backed “Black Monday” campaign yesterday saw no arrests as land rights activists kept protests within their respective communities and rights groups limited themselves to posting support for… 225 more words

Human Rights