Chea Chanchorney is a fourth-year university student majoring in Global Affairs at the American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP). She joined CDRI in the Center of Governance and Inclusive Society as an intern in May 2022 and looks forward to learning about research skills. Her interests revolve mainly around gender issues, diplomacy, foreign policy, human rights, US-China competition, and Southeast Asian Studies, particularly to sustainably developing Cambodia.
Asian Mega Deltas (AMD) Working Package 4 and Resilient Aquatic Foods in Food, Land and Water Systems (RAqFS) Working Package 3- Sand Dam performance assessment
The Asian Mega Deltas (AMD) program is one of the new OneCG initiatives that commenced in April 2022 and will run till at least 31 December 2024 (Phase 1). The One CG involves closer working modalities amongst the numerous CG Centers to provide more coordinated and integrated support to governments and civil society in pursuing more productive, div...
Impacts of COVID-19 on Returned Migrants and Garment Workers: Gender-based Violence and Harassment (GBVH) and Social Protection
Globally, the COVID-19 pandemic increased gender-based violence and harassment in the world of work. Even prior to the pandemic, in the garment sector, garment workers, particularly women garment workers, often experienced: forced overtime, threats of violence and verbal and mental abuses, gender discrimination, and limiting freedoms of association...