Regional Exchange Program

Exchange Program : Electoral Violence

Electoral violence: violence around the elections increasingly captures the attention to enhancing the safety and security of democratic around the world. Concerned at continuing patterns of violence around the elections, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) conduct the study of the cause of electoral violence, best practice of its prevention from four countries: Kenya, Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Sri Lanka with the consultation from the related partners from Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, China, Congo (DRC), El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, India, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Liberia, Malawi, Mexico, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, USA, and Zimbabwe in… Continue reading

Charity work for the Needs

Charity work was happened after exposure study was conducted through Media of Peace Project on 3-5 May 2018 at Odormeanchey, one of Media for Peace  network, Miss Chen Socheata, proposed other network and her friend to make a charity team name “Charity Tourism Team” for collect the donation from national and international to support the children and the monk forest “Rukawant” in Oddormeanchey province. They announce through social media and to friends to prepared the charity donation at the day and goes to A Tao primary school at Odormeanchey. This charity was conducted on 16-18 June 2018 with 13… Continue reading

Mekong Peace Journey

From 27th May – 5th June, 2015 Ms. Sotheavy who is one of the Mekong Peace Journey participants from Cambodia, was able to attend the Training of Trainers at QuangXi University in Nanning, China; with all participants from the pilot MPJ and from the first to fourth MPJ generation that supported by AFSC to Working Group for Peace (WGP). In all, there were 11 participants, 5 of them women: 4 from Cambodia, 2 from Myanmar, 1 from Laos, 2 from Thailand, 2 from Vietnam) with extra 4 new participants from China 4 included. The program was conducted in… Continue reading

ASEAN People Forum Nov2017

As government leaders from ASEAN and their dialogue partners convene for the 31th ASEAN Summit and related meetings aid its vaunted celebration of its 50th year of experience in Manila and Clark from 10-14 November 2017, civil society and people’s organizations at the ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ASEAN People Forum from 10-14 November, 2017 take a collective stand in demanding an urgent break from the dominance development narrative that has bred economic, social and environmental crises, including extreme inequalities, extensive human rights violations, situations of conflict and violence, and wanton exploitation of natural resources that are overwhelming the region’s ecosystems.… Continue reading

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