Cambodia’s culture of victim-blaming can be ignored no longer

Cambodian Center for Human Rights executive director Chak Sopheap explains how the Cambodian government’s big promises on women’s rights don’t align with reality – and what must be done CHAK SOPHEAP MARCH 11, 2020 Published on the Southeast Asia Globe On March 8, Cambodia celebrated International Women’s Day, as we have for the last 25… Continue reading Cambodia’s culture of victim-blaming can be ignored no longer

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?