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RESEARCH

FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE: MARRIAGE MIGRATION AS A FORM OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING FROM CAMBODIA TO CHINA (2015)

A comparative review to explore applicable law and policy in Cambodia and China and the extent of its application in relation to Cambodian women facing exploitation to due marriage arrangements in China. 

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DOMESTIC WORKERS AND SUB-DECREE 190: TIME TO PROTECT CAMBODIA'S MIGRANTS (2013)

This report considers the experiences of Cambodian migrant domestic workers in light of Sub-decree 190 on the Management of the Sending of Cambodian Workers Abroad through Private Recruitment Agencies, a new regulation adopted by the Royal Government of Cambodia. 

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Read more about ILO Convention 189 and Recommendation 201 en kh

 

A CALL TO ACTION: FOR DOMESTIC WORKERS (2012)

A Call to Action, released in February 2012 was urging the governments of Cambodia and Malaysia to take measures, such as signing a Memorandum of Understanding and adopting a standardized employment contract, to protect domestic workers, which was endorsed by 65 Cambodian and international NGOs and trade unions. 

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REPORT: GENDER SENSITIVITY AND THE LEGAL PROCESS IN CAMBODIA (2012)

“Gender Sensitivity” is a relatively new concept in Cambodia and is not well understood. This report considers gender sensitivity and the legal process in Cambodia, particularly in relation to female victims of trafficking, rape, domestic violence involved in divorces proceedings. 

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REPORT: DOMESTIC WORKERS AND SUB-DECREE 190 (2011)

This report considers the experiences of Cambodian migrant domestic workers in light of Sub-decree 190 on the Management of the Sending of Cambodian Workers Abroad through Private Recruitment Agencies, a new regulation adopted by the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC). Through an examination of international and Cambodian law and policy on labour migration, this report aims to highlight the need for the RGC to adopt binding legislation and other mechanisms to protect this sector of vulnerable workers.

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PREVIOUS REPORTS

Six-month Report on the Situation of Cambodian Migrant Workers in Klong Kai District, Trat, Thailand (2007)

This report is comprised of information collected by migrants and the LSCW Migrant Support Team over a six-month period. It provides information which can give an overview of the situation and issues faced both at work and in communities by Cambodian migrants in one district in Thailand.

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Assessment and analysis: Needs Assessment and Analysis of the situation of Cambodian migrant workers in Klong Yai District, Thailand (2005)

Klong Yai district in Trad province is alleged to be a destination and transit area for trafficked and exploited Cambodian migrants. This analysis assesses the profiles, needs and issues affecting these migrants.

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Analysis in Koh Kong: Gender Analysis of the patterns of human trafficking into and through Koh Kong Province (2005)

This report aims to provide a clearer picture of human trafficking issues in the target areas, with a particular focus on the gender-related vulnerabilities and experiences of victims.

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Diagram: Mapping of Anti-Trafficking (2004)

LSCW, mandated by USAID, worked with UNIAP in conducting a nationwide mapping exercise to determine gaps in the anti-trafficking activities of local and international organisations as part of a seven country exercise in the ASEAN region.

Analysis: Gender, human trafficking and the criminal justice system (2003)

This paper considers patterns of trafficking in Cambodia as well as the country’s criminal justice system in relation to gender. It highlights weaknesses and opportunities, making recommendations in the fields of legislation and interaction between the criminal justice system and victim support agencies.

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