National photo competition illustrates how corruption negatively affects your world

The competition invites contestants to submit between one and three photos they have taken which illustrate the negative effects of corruption on their world.


MSC Writing Competition Winners

As a valuable means to effectively monitor and evaluate our organisation, Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) ran the Most Significant Change (MSC) Writing Competition between August and September 2013. During this time, applicants were asked to submit a short story discussing the most significant change that occurred in their life from participating in a TI Cambodia programme.


TI Cambodia welcomes the end of the political dispute between the CPP and the CNRP

Phnom Penh, 23 July 2014 – Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) welcomes the political agreement reached yesterday between the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) and the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), where both parties have expressed their will to work together in parliament and jointly undertake reforms within key institutions. 


Withdrawal of TI Cambodia from the 2014 BaccII exam monitoring

Phnom Penh, 09/07/2014 – Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) confirms the withdrawal of its involvement concerning the 2014 BaccII exam monitoring in August due to the required criteria does not allow TI Cambodia to implement its systematic and scientific method called Sample Based Observation (SBO). SBO involves the use of a statistically representative sample to accurately assess the quality of exam process on the examination day.


Joint Press Statement: CSOs Call for the Constitutional Council to Declare the Three Newly Passed Laws on the Judiciary Unconstitutional

Phnom Penh, 26 June 2014 – Cambodian Civil Society Organizations strongly urge the Cambodian Constitutional Council to declare the three newly passed laws on the Cambodian judiciary unconstitutional.

Young Leaders Programme

TI Cambodia provides a training course called “Young Leaders Program” which enhances youth capacity to play the leadership role in the fight against corruption.

Workshop: "As A Youth, What Can I Do For My Country?"

“As A Youth, What Can I Do For My Country?” is a workshop designed to enhance the capacity of youth to promote integrity and transparency in Cambodia. This workshop aims to continue the momentum in the fight against corruption and continuously engage youth in TI Cambodia’s projects.

The use of social media for sharing social concerns and reporting corruption

TI Cambodia believes that educating citizens and especially youths about the value of integrity and engaging them in promoting it is crucial to building a better future of Cambodia. TI Cambodia continues engaging youths in anti-corruption movement and to know how participants understand their role and able to contribute to promote integrity, transparency, and fight against corruption. Having learned that the communication and networking amount youths through SOCIAL MEDIA and BLOG is dramatically bombing at this period of time and further. More than that, it is a potential platform encouraging youths to express their ideas and concern without fear and pressure. Taking this opportunity, Transparency International Cambodia would like to synergy this existing platform by engaging with youth in/out of school to expose them in any anti-corruption form and freedom of expression.

TI Cambodia Newsletter - Volume 2, Issue 1

​Stay up to date with the most recent news from Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia): January-March 2014

Posted 7 April 2014

TI Cambodia Newsletter - Volume 1, Issue 2

Stay up to date with the most recent news from ​Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia): October-December 2013

Posted 9 January 2014

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