Capacity Development

Call for Entries: Reporting Competition on “Social Accountability and Gender Responsive Public Service Delivery”

CamboJA is organsing another reporting competition on “Social Accountability and Gender Responsive Public Service Delivery” in order to contribute to the capacity development of young Cambodian journalists on social accountability and public service delivery reporting. Selected applicants at the first round will receive up to USD 900 to produce a feature or in-depth article or an audio report to compete for an awards at the final round. This competition is…

UNESCO Manual for Investigative Journalists is now available in Khmer

Originally published in English by UNESCO in 2009 and subsequently translated into dozen languages and used in many journalism schools around the world, CamboJA has translated the “Story-based Inquiry” into Khmer language, aiming to make such a valuable learning material more accessible for Cambodian journalism trainers, editors, reporters, students, and others who are interested in investigative journalism. This Manual (around 200 pages in Khmer) will guide readers through the basics…
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