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.
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
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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.
This one is for our Khmer colleges, many of whom are looking for work after the recent closing of The Cambodia Daily. Join us for drinks and camaraderie on the Mekong river. Meeting location is Brown Coffee riverside at 3:30. Drinks by donation or BYOB. Spread the word.
With the possible closure of the Cambodia Daily and the looming redundancy of our colleagues, the Overseas Press Club of Cambodia is calling a town hall meeting for all journalists followed by informal drinks. Please come to share your thoughts and ideas about the current situation in Cambodia Please come to support your colleagues. The
Dear All, As we head into Khmer New Year this April, take a moment to relax and get your head on straight – because as soon as the holidays are over the media will be heading into tumultuous territory with the upcoming commune elections on June 4. With the passage of the political parties law
The detention of four students for trying to screen an Al Jazeera documentary about slain analyst Kem Ley this week is an act of media censorship. The students, from the Khmer Student Intelligent League Association, were released four hours later, according to reports in The Cambodia Daily and Phnom Penh Post, after signing an agreement
Dear Journalists, A big thanks to everyone who came to our booze cruise which went off without a hitch except for Sam Rainsy’s resignation announcement which made everyone’s phones go off at once. Besides that, it was a fun event with a beautiful sunset and cold beers. The OPCC recently released a statement expressing concern