Former Visiting Fellow

Mun Vong is a sessional lecturer in the School of Government and International Relations at Griffith University. His research focuses on the development and evolution of political institutions in Cambodia. His research has appeared in the Journal of East Asian Studies and South-East Asia Research. He received his PhD in Political Science from Griffith University. 

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Working Papers 110
VONG Mun   (2016)

Rapid population expansion and urbanisation resultant of economic growth have greatly increased waste generation and associated public health issues. In light of these challenges, the Ministry of Environment jointly with the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Economy and Finance issued in 2015 the inter-ministerial prakas on the Usage of Envi...

Working Papers 102

Social accountability is becoming integral to the government of Cambodia’s reform agenda as a new approach to promote and empower citizens’ collective voice to demand accountability from state officials for improved public services. International donors and non-government organisations have initiated and implemented various tools of social accounta...

Working Papers 94

To understand the contribution of the decentralisation reform to youth participation in local rural governance, this paper reviews empirically how youth have utilised the participatory opportunities enabled by the decentralisation reform based on three themes: civic, political and electoral. The findings suggest that despite decentra...