The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia (OPCC) expresses concerns about the sentencing on June 26 of Rath Rott Mony to two years in prison and a US$16,000 fine over his role as a translator and “fixer” on a documentary produced by RT (formerly Russia Today) called “My Mother Sold Me”. Rath Rott Mony, 48, was
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.
Check out the Facebook event page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/535887030212513/