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Rights Award Puts Cambodian Issues Up Fronti
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April 02, 2013 1:37 PM
Cambodian rights issues are in the spotlight this week, with a delegation of activists arriving for a leadership award’s ceremony. Tep Vanny is in Washington to receive a leadership award this week from Vital Voices, an organization started by Hillary Clinton in 1997. Accompanying her are two other rights activists, Eang Vuthy, director of Equitable Cambodia, and Sia Phirum, secretariat director of the Housing Rights Task Force. In interviews with VOA Khmer, the Cambodian activists said they will meet with prominent international groups and policymakers to explain land grabs, forced evictions and other pressing issues. (Sok Khemara, Washington)

Rights Award Puts Cambodian Issues Up Front

Published April 02, 2013

Cambodian rights issues are in the spotlight this week, with a delegation of activists arriving for a leadership award’s ceremony. Tep Vanny is in Washington to receive a leadership award this week from Vital Voices, an organization started by Hillary Clinton in 1997. Accompanying her are two other rights activists, Eang Vuthy, director of Equitable Cambodia, and Sia Phirum, secretariat director of the Housing Rights Task Force. In interviews with VOA Khmer, the Cambodian activists said they will meet with prominent international groups and policymakers to explain land grabs, forced evictions and other pressing issues. (Sok Khemara, Washington)