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Written on 13/04/2017, 02:39 by ccim
net-neurn-a-woman-citizen-journalist-in-kratie-it-is-hard-but-i-am-happy   Her first job as a citizen journalist (CJ) Ms. Neurn started her job as a CJ with VOD on 6 January 2015. It was her first ever job. At first, she faced many difficulties in understanding the job and carrying out her work.“I found it so hard at first to ask questions, write and report. I knew nothing about citizen journalism, and didn’t know how to use a smartphone and social media like Facebook.” However, Ms. Neurn said there were some commitments and reasons that motivated her to take on this work as CJ.“I want to improve my skills, to help my people to be actively engaged in...
Written on 07/04/2017, 04:53 by ccim
citizen-journalists-trained-to-write-and-share-information-for-public-good   The fierce summer heat did not prevent the group of 28 young Cambodians in attending a two-day citizen journalism training organized by the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM) with financial support from UNESCO Bangkok.  Sitting at the right corner of a U-shaped training room, a young, well-educated and committed Cheang Chamroeun, who is a high school teacher, was challenging a trainer from CCIM. This is the second time Chamroeun attended the training for CJs. For Chamroeun, his second time was far different from the first time simply because he has many experiences...
Written on 13/03/2017, 10:05 by ccim
clean-road-re-launching-the-radio-program-on-corruption-issues   Have you ever been overcharged by authorities when applying for public services? Have you ever been asked to pay unofficial extra money to get things done faster than other people? Have you ever been extorted for money by some traffic cops?   Do you know whether it is corruption? Have you ever thought of taking part in corruption elimination? If you have, join the Clean Road, a one-hour weekly radio program broadcasting every Tuesday from 11: 00 AM to 12:00 PM  on Sarika FM 106.5 MHz in Phnom Penh, FM 91.25 MHz in Siem Reap and Battambang, and FM 101 MHz in Banteay Mean Chey.  ...
Written on 24/02/2017, 04:43 by ccim
smartphone-and-internet-weapon-of-choice-for-young-citizen-journalists   Attending the training for the first time, Mr. Noun Vansuy, a young Prey Slang activist from Preah Vihear province about 350 km away from Phnom Penh, said that he did not know such training existed before. Ruined by poverty, Vansuy could only finish primary school. The conscience of the man with less education, however, is brilliant. The willingness for environmental conservation and community common interests has earned Vansuy a great deal of respect. “My motivation to protect the environment existed several years ago. It was a day when I attended training about forestry law and...

Announcement:

Media Forum on Comparison between Press Law and Draft Law on Access to Information

With the support of UNESCO Cambodia, the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM) is pleased to announce the holding of Media Forum on April 26, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 12: 00 PM at Sunway Hotel in Phnom Penh. The main goal of the forum is to discuss and compare the Press Law 1995 and the draft law on Access to Information. This forum will be presided over by His Excellency Khieu Kanharith, Minister of Information. While the forum is open to the public, CCIM believes this media forum will be much of interests to the  journalists, media institutions, political parties and relevant private and public institutions. As Press Law 1995 and draft law on Access to Information may have overlapping and inconsistent clauses, CCIM strongly hopes that the discussions will contribute significantly to improving the draft law on Access to Information to serve the public interests.

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