Selling “Culture of Dialogue”

Politics in Cambodia is going through a new phase and people have a hard time keeping up with the pace.

I have been on local radio talk shows, round table discussion to sell the culture of dialogue.

My colleagues and I are taking it down to our grassroots leaders and activists with discussions inside the party.

It is well received as it has eased the political environment which is allowing our elected councilors to sit down with civil servants and councilors from the ruling party to address local issues.

This was not easy in the past.

From Mr. Sam Rainsy:



One response to “Selling “Culture of Dialogue”

  1. Reblogged this on CSRWin-Win and commented:
    Mu Sochua is an independent female politician in Cambodia who speaks up for the rights and livelihood improvements needed for garment workers in our Fashion and footwear sectors, and the hardships their families back home in the villages face.

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