Phnom Penh, 27 May 2015 – Transparency International Cambodia releases the first research report on corruption perceptions in Cambodian small and medium enterprises. Conducted by a team of Destination Justice over the course of six months under the guidance of Transparency International Cambodia, the research is based on desk research and interviews with one hundred chief executive officers, directors and general managers of SMEs. Check out TIC’s website for the press release and the link to the report.
On 26 September 2014, The International Senior Lawyers Project with the expertise of Destination Justice (ISLP) released a report documenting the findings of trial monitors who observed the cases of 23 Cambodian nationals who were arrested, criminally charged, and convicted in connection with the garment worker protests of January 2014. Please click here to read the full report and click here to read The ISLP press release.