Margianta Surahman: The best social construction is that men and women are equal

Margianta Surahman Juhanda Dinata is the founder and Executive Director of Emancipate Indonesia. Emancipate Indonesia focuses on modern slavery issues, particularly forced marriage, forced labour exploitation and forced sexual exploitation in Indonesia. His passion for promoting the rights and dignity of people living under privilege has been developed through his life experience, being raised by... Continue Reading →

Women’s Unsafe Mobility in Public Transport in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

“Sexual harassment is the conventional type of violence faced by Cambodian women in public places, yet there is no explicit provision on this within the Cambodian legal framework. Many cities have experienced this problem and have attempted to address the problem in numerous ways including creating a “women-only transportation,” designing and implementing gender-responsive public transport,... Continue Reading →

Cambodia's Social Protection

In Cambodia 2040 of the Future Forum By 2040, problems regarding a lack of prioritized policy programs, low funding of social protection schemes, and inadequate data managementcapacity in social protection programming will have been addressed through effective social protection mechanisms. The six core developments by 2040 are listed below.▪ Adopting a social security law that... Continue Reading →

Guarantees of Non-Recurrence of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence against Women after the Khmer Rouge

'In the swisspeace's working paper series 2019' Four decades after the collapse of the Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodian women continue to suffer from discriminatory social, cultural and economic norms and to experience gender injustice in social and politicalspheres. Against this background, this paper asks whether and to what extent transitional justice has contributed to providing... Continue Reading →

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