After the election, the political deadlock was continuing till now, the freedom for media still a concern, and social media increase, journalist serious concerns regarding certain provision of the draft Cybercrime Law which prohibits publications on a number of vaguely defined grounds and provides for heavy prison sentences and fines. The Cybercrime Law will have a broad impact on freedom of expression in Cambodia in the long-term and the RGC should adopt a multi-stakeholder model of internet governance, to consider and represent the rights and needs of all Cambodian citizens. Internet usage is on the rise, and citizens deserve to… Continue reading
Building Peace and Social Justice through Media workshop was conduct from June 12-13, 2014 at Youth for Peace organization with ACT and Peace Institute of Cambodia cooperated. The workshop aim to see overview of the situation of current media in Cambodia, freedom of expression, and cybercrime law. 18 participants from the staff of YFP, PIC, KDK, and ACT. The speakers for this workshop were Mr. Pen Samitty, President of Club of Cambodia Journalists and Mr. Nop Vy, Voice of Democracy media director and Cambodia Center for Independent Media (CCIM).
Three points that our speakers mentioned on view of business on… Continue reading
Consolidate Significant Stories of Change are collected from various ACT target networks who shared their personal experiences in communities where they have been involved in peacebuilding activities after they joined ACT projects since 2013-2015. It’s focused on peacebuilding and conflict transformation, which they have applied after they joined the training and conducted activities with ACT, to respond to their communities’ issues.
Peace Journalism Practice in Cambodia Media was analyst the result of peace journalists report in Cambodia and apply peace journalism practiced toward conflict transformation among the media in the year 2015.