Oxfam in Cambodia’s Join Global Campaign 'ENOUGH'
Sakada Tuy, Join hands- Join action on Global Campaign #Enough. Photo: Seiha Tiep/Oxfam
To join global campaign 'Enough, together we can end violence against women and girls”, Oxfam colleagues in Cambodia come together to celebrate their commitments and contribution to end violence against women and girls at family, workplace and public area. Below is their commitment to end violent again women and girls at family, work and public level.
“I speak about violence against women and girls in my family”
Jacqueline Storey, Inclusion Project Manager
“I hope my workplace is as sensitive as possible to women, girls and men”
Pauline Taylor McKeown, Mekong Regional Program Manager
“I think everyone has the same dignity; same rights; they should get the same opportunity and respect at all levels and everywhere"
Than Bunly, Programme Officer for Social Protection
“I am very excited with my role and I have full energy to work toward ending violence against women and girls”
Sambath Rathana, Gender Justice and Youth program coordinator
Women face many barriers in access to human rights, protection and justice. They experienced many types of violence and risks such as domestic violence, discrimination, labor rights violation, women and girls trafficking, sexual harassment, assaults and rapes. Oxfam in Cambodia put women as center of intervention toward Gender Justice for sustainable development.
Join hands and hands to stop violence against women.
Oxfam colleagues in Cambodia come together to celebrate their commitments and contribution to end violence against women and girls at everywhere family, workplace and public area.