Social Media and its Effect on Cambodian Society

I began my presentation with a warm heart to connect myself with a group of students who were expressing “Really?” when I told them that “I am excited to be here today, not just to share what I have observed the social media evolution in Cambodia, but also I am one of them as a graduate from this school.” This helps to let my audience feels closer and they even dared to interrupt to ask questions and answer to my tricky questions to correlate to my presentation on “Social Media and its Effect on Cambodian Society.” This presentation (which I tried to code it in both Khmer and English language) is built up from my previous presentation but add more flavors that answer to the expectation that students had when I have asked the lecturer who invited me to gather them in advance.

Social Media and Its Effect on Cambodia

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 presentation (which is available in both Khmer and English language) would inspired them to take use and control the technology for the benefit of their work especially for women empowerment as illustrated in certain examples shown in the slide presentation below and for further inquiry re the presentation, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Social Media and GBV in Cambodia