Monthly Archives: March 2015

Sorya Subedi’s Replacement

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/woman-tipped-replace-subedi

Twenty Years After Beijing

It was then that I entered the world of politics.

It has been a very enriching 20 years. No regrets whatsoever.

Looking forward to passing the torch to this new generation of dynamic female youth leaders and to make their unsung stories heard.

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/twenty-years-after-fourth-world-conference-women

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In Recognition of Women’s Human Rights.

International Women’s Day always gives me mixed emotions. Should we celebrate or should we try even harder.?

http://www.dailylife.com.au/news-and-views/dl-culture/six-female-human-rights-defenders-you-should-know-20150305-13vy2d.html

Today, my brains keep on thinking how we, women can shorten the long struggle for rights and justice.

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Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

US First Lady Hillary Clinton said it at the 4th World Conference on Women , in Beijing in 1995.

In Cambodia and everywhere in the world, we stand with the women to commemorate and to continue the long struggle for true equality on this 8 March, 2015. It has been 104 years of struggle.

We do not forget our women in Prey Sar prison.

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Michelle Obama And Cambodia’s Girld Child

all children of families affected by forced evictions have dropped out of school or lost days at school.

http://www.voacambodia.com/content/first-lady-visit-a-reminder-of-the-woes-of-cambodian-women/2670220.html

Children of forced evictions. Will their stories be heard by Michelle Obama?

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Michelle Obama to Visit Cambodia

We welcome her. We welcome her noble cause: Education for the girl child.