The Global Media Forum was set up to encourage media to play a role in education and culture, especially in developing countries.
A group called Skateistan is using the sport to help at-risk children.
The World Bank recommends that Cambodia prioritize gender in economic development and strengthen the role of women in public positions.
More than 40 pieces of artworks from 34 artists were shown at the French Institute and the German cultural centre in Phnom Penh.
Guide by Geneva-based NGO Interpeace summarizes decades of best practices.
The ultimate goal is to have libraries in all of Cambodia’s 26 prisons by 2014, serving more than 15,000 prisoners nationwide.
The country had nearly 450,000 Internet users at the end of 2011, according to the Internet World Stats website.
Joel Brinkley, a professor of journalism, spoke to VOA Khmer recently about his book and possible solutions to Cambodia’s “curse.”
The 27-minute film follows the work of a leading NGO working to rally support for an end to widespread land grabbing in Cambodia.
The 25-day program is designed to promote leadership and community engagement for future leaders of Asean.
The government has established an investigative committee, and two men have been detained for questioning in the April 26 shooting.
Fundraising officially began over the Cambodian New Year last month for Wat Khmer in Lowell, Massachusetts.