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    VOA Khmer
    13 November 2012
    Activist monk Luon Sovath has been internationally recognized for his work in documenting land rights abuses in Cambodia. He has been banned from staying in temples by Cambodia's Buddhist establishment but has continued to rally for rights of people forced from their land or homes by development projects. He was recently in Washington, where he spoke with VOA Khmer's Im Sothearith about his work and the challenges he faces ahead.

    Despite Opposition, Activist Monk Continues His Work

    VOA Khmer

    Published 14.11.2012

    Activist monk Luon Sovath has been internationally recognized for his work in documenting land rights abuses in Cambodia. He has been banned from staying in temples by Cambodia's Buddhist establishment but has continued to rally for rights of people forced from their land or homes by development projects. He was recently in Washington, where he spoke with VOA Khmer's Im Sothearith about his work and the challenges he faces ahead.


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