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Dialogue on Women in Journalism

CamboJA is organizing an event in early October by conducting focused group discussion with female journalists/media practitioners to understand the extent of sexual harassment concerns in the sector and to explore potential solutions. A separate panel discussion will also be conducted with participation from various stakeholders to bring the sexual harassment concerns of female journalists […]

Training Series on Social Accountability and Public Service Reporting

CamboJA has received a sub-grant award from Transparency International Cambodia to implement a project aimed at developing the capacity of young journalists on social accountability and public service delivery reporting. Application for the first training in October 2020 will be open soon. Stay tuned!

Training on Investigative Journalism

CamboJA is one of the grant recipients of UNESCO IPDC (International Programme for the Development of Communication) to implement a project entitled "Strengthening Cambodian Journalists’ Alliance on Investigative Journalism to Promote Media Pluralism and Freedom of Expression." Under this project, a 5-day training will be conducted to build the capacity of journalists in Cambodia to […]

The State of Food Safety in Cambodia

Training on Safety Guides for Journalists  Through the funding support from the German Embassy, a 3-day training on safety protection for journalists will be held from 28 to 30 September 2020 in Phnom Penh.  Application is now open. Click here to apply. Female journalists and province-based reporters are strongly encouraged to apply. Travel costs (including […]

Online Training Course on “Investigative Reporting on Human Trafficking”

The training will involve a blend of interactive lectures, group discussions, and expert briefings, to provide conceptual knowledge and share practical experiences to participants. The course will involve both local and international experts in the field of human trafficking and professional investigative journalists with many years of experience on reporting human trafficking issues. Interpretation will be available.

Training on Fact-checking

In partnership with DW Akademia, CamboJA is co-implementing a project entitled ‘Crisis Resilience in the Global Pandemic: Fact Checking’ to strengthen its journalistic capacity in the field of fact checking and verification.

Financial Investigation Training

The training aims to strengthen the capacity of journalists in Cambodia on investigative techniques, financial investigations and data-driven journalism. The course will be conducted mostly virtually and will include some sessions of physical exercises.