As Cambodia’s Executive sends the NGO Law to National Assembly, will the two main political parties ensure that the law undergoes a meaningful consultation with citizens?
What important details did the leading global economies in mapping actions that would benefit the poor?
The summit in two weeks is a test of vision and political will
A new report launched this week by ODI and Oxfam tries to clarify some of the critical issues and refocus the discussion squarely on the needs of the energy poor.
In the case of the TPP, as in US trade deals before it, the rules are written to benefit special interests over the public interest
The Business and Climate Summit was an opportunity for companies to lead by example, but did they?
How credible is Hun Sen’s and Sam Rainsy’s new “culture of dialogue” when Cambodian citizens don’t have a say in laws affecting their lives?
Community-based human rights impact assessments (COBHRA) help evaluate the impacts of a company’s operations and have the potential to change the nature of dialogue between companies and those most directly affected.
What is shared prosperity, and how do we know if it’s on the rise?