Economic, social and cultural rights
MRC story on livelihoods of fishing communities along the Mekong
The Mekong River Committee (MRC) today released a report on safeguarding livelihoods for fishing communities in Mekong countries, including Cambodia. ...
Khmer Times Staff
Vietnamese families leave the Tonle Sap
Ethnic Vietnamese residents of Tonle Sap Lake are continuing to head back to Vietnam in droves due to overbearing and costly rules being strictly enforced by local authorities, robbing many of them of the only homeland they have ever known. Minority Rights Organization (MIRO) official Seorn ...
Chams not integrated into society: US report
Cham Muslims are not fully integrated into Cambodian society and many Cambodian people continue to think Chams are practitioners of “black magic,” according to a report on religious freedom released last week by the US State Department. ...
Cambodians march for end to forced evictions on World Habitat Day
Around 1,500 protesters marked World Habitat Day on Monday by marching through Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh and calling on the government to put a stop to forced evictions in the Southeast Asian nation. ...
More than 900 street people rounds up for nine-month
Phnom Penh Municipal Social Affairs vowed to clear streets people and child beggar by the end of this year by rounding up and sending them for vocational training. ...
The Cambodia Herald News Staff