Cambodia: Beyond ‘Inspiring Change,’ the theme for 2014 International Women’s Day

Inspiring change is the theme for this year women rights day celebration held annually on 8 March. Inspiring change has been taken place and will continue to take place only when we all look beyond the theme itself, namely action in real life. While there are increasing role of women globally, Cambodian women has been… Continue reading Cambodia: Beyond ‘Inspiring Change,’ the theme for 2014 International Women’s Day

Social Media and Gender-Based Violence Prevention in Cambodia

On 30th May 2013, I was invited by the Open Institute to be one of keynote presenters for a topic on how social media affect the gender-based violence prevention, the case of Cambodia. With the attendance of representatives from the Ministry of Women Affairs, commune councilors, and civil society organizations, it is hoped that this… Continue reading Social Media and Gender-Based Violence Prevention in Cambodia

Cambodian Women and the Economy

Cambodian Women and the Economy – Bertelsmann Future Challenges.   Cambodian Women and the Economy Friday, 8 March 2013 / Chak Sopheap Tags: Cambodia, Development, economy, entertainment sector, garment industry, gender, women, women’s day Regions: Cambodia A traditional Khmer saying  “sartrey bangvil cheung kran min chum”, meaning  women cannot do anything besides moving around the… Continue reading Cambodian Women and the Economy

Reflection: Can Women Still Have it All?

An article devotes to celebrate 2013 Women Rights Day and the ongoing Clogher page: As a woman living in this modern age, I have entitled fundamental rights and even more privilege affirmative actions, which complimentary credit should be handed to the states and other relevant agencies for gender equality and equity, while my female fellows… Continue reading Reflection: Can Women Still Have it All?