What Do I Stand For

She was a domestic worker who was jailed in Malaysia. Our team was able to free her. I don’t remember the year. On 23 July, 2014 we met for the first time, the day I returned to Freedom Park after being released from Prey Sar prison.

This explains the struggle of women for justice. That is what I stand for.

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