Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Workers’s Demand for Minimum Wage Is Still On


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Cleand Hands Against Corruption in the Cambodian Justice System

The Cambodian Justice system is one of the most corrupted institutions, according to Transparency International report launched this month.

Clean hands against corruption in the Cambodian Courts system!

Clean hands to fight corruption in the Cambodian Courts

About Leadership and Mediocrity

Leadership does not suffer mediocrity well. It has no place for those who desire only to tread water and bob in their current circumstances. Leadership is about moving boldly in the direction of one’s dreams and goals — even when those distant shores are not in view or the waters are filled with dangerous creatures. Leaders are never comfortable with the status quo; they are always in search of growth, change and continuous improvement. To a leader, stagnation is death-by-omission.

Mark Twain stated, “Keep away from those who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you believe that you too can become great.”

A Discussion on Corruption in the Cambodian Justice System

As a panelist, I will give my recommendations on how to improve thesystem based on my personal experience with the Cambodian Courts, with special emphasis on the role of youth to report corruption.

Tuesday 9 September, 2014
8.30am – 11.30am




Violence, Impunity and Land Mismanagement

Bullet shell kept by farmers-Kos Kralor

Bullet shell kept by farmers-Kos Kralor

In Kos Kralor district, Battambang province on 4 September, 2014.

Former KR soldiers who are guarding the thousands hectares of land belonging to high ranking officials and local tycoons attacked villages by spraying bullets at them. No investigation was ever conducted, and the case is kept in complete silence.

My team and I met with the people and their account of the scene and the attack totally blew my mind. This incident took place last July.

In the same commune, a girl was savagely raped and killed. Her siblings who witnessed the crime were also murdered.

The victims are fearful or retaliation if they pursue the case.

I will bring up both cases to the Parliamentary Commission on Human Rights.