- Published on 10 June 2014
Phnom Penh, May 23, 2014: Approximately of 50 participants from related organizations including representatives from Ministry of Environment (MoE), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), NGOs, researchers, law specialists and academies were assemble for the Public Consultation Workshop on a new Draft Law on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). This one-day event, organized by The NGO Forum on Cambodia, took place at Phnom Penh Ecumenical Diakonia Centre (PPEDC).
The main objectives of this workshop were to discuss, evaluate and comments and provide recommendations on the EIA draft law, to fetch together opinions and recommendations from International and National and International CSOs at a national level upon the draft law before submitting to MoE for evaluation and revision on the contents, and lastly to learn for deeply understanding about EIA draft Law.
- Published on 28 May 2014
Inside the office room of the NGO Forum on Cambodia, Mr. Tek Vannara is on his regularly working schedule including checking, responding and verifying on various documentations from different programs to assure the proficiently progress in the NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF). In time, he would receive phone calls from colleagues and stakeholders seeking for the meeting, discussion and advices related to work.
Through the fair and clear recruitment process, Vannara, 33-year old, by his talent, educational background and working experience, was selected and appointed to be an official Executive Director of NGOF affected from 17th February 2014 onward.
- Published on 12 May 2014
From left to right: Ms. Laura Liguori, Representative of the Delegation of the European Union to Cambodia, Ms.Flavia Pansieri, UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, H.E. Sim Son, Advisor to the Ministry of Rural Development, Ms. Dr Ludgera Klemp, Counsellor and Head of Cooperation, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Phnom Penh, Mr. Tek Vannara, Executive Director of the NGO Forum on Cambodia
Phnom Penh, April 29 – 30, 2014: Ms. Flavia Pansieri, the UNDeputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, and approximately 140 participants from the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC), NGOs, International Organizations, UN agencies, Development Partners and Indigenous People from the Communities of Kompong Speu, Preah Vihear, Rattankiri, Mondulkiri, Koh Kong, Battambang came to attend a two-day National Reflection Workshop on “Identification, Legal Entity and Land Registration for Indigenous Communities in Cambodia”.
The two-day national seminar aimed to give opportunities to all participants to meet and discuss current challenges in communal and collective land registration such as the lengthy and complicated process, and to identify ways to speed up collective land registration. Also discussed was how to issue collective titles according to international and domestic laws, policies and regulations.