• Working with the primary school to educate young children on how to stay safe

We are a Cambodian Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) dedicated to build a community with robust social and legal justice in which all children are safe from child sexual abuse and exploitation. We operate four programs to protect children.

Criminal Justice Development

Strengthening government institutions relevant to the criminal justice system is crucial to achieve…

Court Support

Providing high quality and timely legal and social support to enable victims of sexual abuse to pursue justice…

Community Engagement

Engaging key members of communities in prevention and boosting informal social protection mechanisms…

Research & Advocacy

Using evidence to underpin APLE Cambodia’s work and to analyse previous trends and explore emerging areas of interest…

HIGHLIGHTS

PRESS RELEASES

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Feb
Siem Reap, on 14 February 2017, the Siem Reap Provincial Court tried a 44-year-old Dutchman, Sebastian Reuyl, guilty of two separate charges involving indecent act against minor under 15 years ...

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Feb
Phnom Penh, On 5 December 2016, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court heard a defamation lawsuit filed by APLE Cambodia against a 64-year-old Australian national James Ricketson and on 15 December ...

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Dec
Phnom Penh - 11 December 2016: At Koh Pich Theater, some 3,000 participants celebrated the National Anti-Human Trafficking Day to mark their efforts to combat human ...

APLE IN THE NEWS

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Jan2017
by Chhorn Phearun | January 9, 2017 Kompong Thom police arrested four people on Sunday ... Read More

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Dec2016
By Janelle Retka | December 16, 2016 A Siem Reap City bar owner and real ... Read More

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Dec2016
The arrest of Richard A. Schmidt, a serial child molester from Maryland, was touted more than a decade ago as a major success of a law to track and punish ... Read More

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If you witness a child in immediate danger, please call police 1288 or APLE 092 311 511.

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