On 27-28 February 2017 in Sihanouk province, the training on "Child Friendly Interview and Investigation into Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation perpetrated by Traveling Sex Offender" is held by APLE Cambodia. The training is aimed to strengthen capacity, knowledge and standard practice pertinent to Child Friendly Procedure of competent ...
December 7, 2016
Phnom Penh - 7 December 2016: Interactive Workshop on Meaningful Remedies for Child Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse was held by APLE Cambodia with the collaboration of ICRP and Terre des Hommes Netherlands and was attended by 55 participants from national and international law enforcement, relevant ministries, NGOs, and ...
Expert Roundtable Discussion On Online Child Safety and The Importance of ISPs’ Participation to Child Protection
December 5, 2016
Phnom Penh - 5 December 2016, APLE Cambodia in collaboration with International Child Redress Project (ICRP) organized an Expert Roundtable Discussion: “Online Child Safety and The Importance of ISPs’ Participation to Child Protection.” The main objectives of the discussion are to provide overview on the nature of online child sexual ...
Expert Roundtable Meeting On “Tackling Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Towards a Safer Internet Environment,” Phnom Penh, 14 September 2016
September 23, 2016
Phnom Penh – On 14 September 2016, APLE Cambodia in collaboration with INHOPE Foundation organized an Expert Roundtable Meeting on Tackling Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Towards a Safer Internet Environment, bringing together 60 national and international participants. Our main objectives were to better understand the problem of online child ...
September 23, 2016
On 26 August 2016, family discussion on “Experience-Sharing of Civil Plaintiffs” was conducted in Eden Park Restaurant by APLE and supported by the German Embassy. The main purpose of the discussion was to strengthen legal mechanisms through knowledge-sharing and support to their families to increase trust in judicial system. There were ...