Tag Archive: Borei Keila

Phnom Penh – More violent crackdowns and evictions.

At least six people, including a pregnant woman, were injured in Phnom Penh on Valentine’s Day 2014. Security forces armed with batons and shields descended on the Borei Keila community, forcibly removing families… Continue reading

AI-Slum Stories in Cambodia.

In 2010 and 2011 film director Chris Kelly produced five short documentaries for Amnesty International about the lives of people coping with the consequences of forced evictions in Cambodia.    Read more: Amnesty… Continue reading

Boeung Kak – We will not be moved.

An Australian TV documentary about the Boeung Kak Lake and Borei Keila evictions.  They’re 13 women – mothers, grandmothers – who live around what used to be Boeung Kak Lake – not far… Continue reading

Cambodia: Preliminary Commune Election Results 2012.

The CPP won 1,591 commune chief seats out of 1,633. Preliminary results show that the CPP (Cambodian Peoples Party) won 1,591 seats out of 1,633. The remaining 42 seats fell to two opposition… Continue reading

Cambodia: A Tumultuous Week in February 2012.

A “normal” week of protests and shootings have dominated the news headlines in Cambodia. Source: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/