Around 70 people showed up for the OPCC Women in Journalism roundtable at Cloud, with students and staff from organisations such as the UN, Liger, DMC and Pannasastra in attendance. Photos by Enric Català Contreras.
PHNOM PENH – The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia (OPCC) is proud to host a roundtable discussion this Thursday (March 7) on the subject of “Women in Journalism” ahead of International Women’s Day. A study carried out last year by the Fojo Media Institute at Linnaeus University, Sweden, found that women are under-represented in newsrooms
On the evening before International Women’s Day, the OPCC is organizing a roundtable discussion with some of the most well-known and best female journalists in Cambodia. Topics vary from typical issues female journalists in the Kingdom face and how to deal with that to the question of how important gender balance is in a healthy
Saing Soenthrith, a 20-year veteran of The Cambodia Daily who shepherded a generation of foreign reporters into Cambodian journalism and beyond, passed away Saturday evening.
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Thank you to everyone who attended the Overseas Press Club of Cambodia’s annual general meeting on Sunday, December 2, and apologies to those who couldn’t make it because of the timing. We had a good turnout, elected a new board and started to plan our efforts for 2019. The OPCC will be organizing more public
The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia (OPCC) will hold its annual meeting to elect a new board on December 2 at 6pm at Bar 21 on Street 21. All members welcome. All those who wish to join can do so on the day. Food and drink provided.
PHNOM PENH – The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia (OPCC) is concerned about the conviction of an Australian filmmaker and humanitarian who was sentenced to six years in prison for espionage on August 31. James Ricketson, 69, was first arrested for flying a drone above a rally of a now-dissolved opposition party in June 2017. He
PHNOM PENH – The OPCC is concerned about the sale of The Phnom Penh Post to a Malaysian investor whose PR company is connected to Prime Minister Hun Sen. Buyer Sivakumar Ganapathy said he would maintain the paper’s independence in a statement reported in The Phnom Penh Post. However, we feel that the connection with
PHNOM PENH – The OPCC is alarmed at the continuing attacks on free press in Cambodia. The latest is the charging of two journalists, Yeang Socheameta and Oun Chhin, on Nov. 18, with espionage when literally no evidence has been presented. They are currently being held in Correctional Centre 1, which is notoriously overcrowded and