The legislation that could allow a five-year ban on political activity by top opposition politicians to be lifted
Sue Coffey is a writer and specialist in human rights issues.
But children turned away from factory jobs may be working elsewhere, including homes where garments are produced by subcontractors.
Relatively lenient sentences appeared to be part of an effort by Prime Minister Hun Sen's government to soften its image as an authoritarian regime.
Ouk Bonheang, 25, a young author, said the rise was due to a growing appreciation among young Cambodians for literacy.
The statement by HRW published this week focused on a law regulating non-governmental groups and two other laws that it said restricted the functioning of civil society groups.
If the 10 million mark is reached, it will mark an increase of 13 percent on 2017.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has softened his stance on the opposition, civil society and the media in recent weeks following pressure from the international community.
Several hundred participants gathered in the capital’s Democracy Square on Monday to mark 70 years since the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
As more of the rural poor seeking work move to cities, they leave their children at home where they are vulnerable to physical, sexual abuse.
Camp participants come from a variety of fields, both in the public and private sectors, he added, who wish to receive training on best practices when using modern technology.