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The Research and Advocacy Program recognises the importance of using evidence to underpin APLE Cambodia’s work and strategic focus. It is the newest of APLE’s four programs and a variety of research initiatives have already been generated to analyse previous trends and explore emerging areas of importance. The knowledge and experience generated through such research will provide an evidence base which is currently lacking; this will strengthen advocacy for positive changes in laws and the criminal justice process, will inform APLE and other NGOs of areas requiring further investigation and attention, and may also provide transferable knowledge which may be of value to other countries with similar problems.

Read or download some of our research reports here.

Victim Profile in Street Based CSE in Cambodia 2006

Report on street based child sexual exploitation_Victim Profile

Published in 2006
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Survey on Street Based CSE in 7 Provinces 2006

Survey on Street Based Child Sexual Exploitation in 7 Provinces

Published in 2006
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Street Based CSE Investigations in Cambodia 2013

Report on Investigations of Child Sexual Exploitation in Cambodia

Published in 2013
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Study on Cambodia's Criminal Justice System in Cambodia 2006

Study on Cambodia's Criminal Justice System in Cambodia with focus on prosecuting foreign child sex offenders

Published in 2006
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