Paris Conference on the situation of the Rohingya in Myanmar
Conference Video Coverage

More than 20 speakers from around the world including Nobel Prize Shirin Ebadi spoke at this conference organised at French National Assembly's premises to denounce the genocide happening in Myanmar.

Myanmar Guilty of Genocide: Gregory H. Stanton comments

Genocide Watch's founder, Gregory H. Stanton, comments on the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal's significant finding.

Permanent Peoples' Tribunal on Myanmar
Event Video Coverage

In September 2017, over a few days, victims, experts & witnesses testified before the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal on Myanmar in Kuala Lumpur. Prosecutor Doreen Chen delivers here the closing arguments.

A Coffee with a Changemaker
Interview Series

Inspired from a Coffee with a Googler, the series invite relevant people in their fields to be interviewed and to inspire young Cambodians.

Talk series for the Justice Café

Inspired from the famous TED Talks, the Justice Café welcomed experts to talk about various subjects.

Cambodia at a Crossroads : On the Road to Rule of Law
Documentary Short

Inspired by the firm belief that there is a link between road traffic and the level of rule of law in a country, this 20 minute documentary follows Sophanny, a resident of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital, in her everyday journey while other residents, tuk tuk driver, students, ambulance driver,... share their experience of the Cambodian roads.

Microfinance in Cambodia Explained
Animated Educational Video

Produced in collaboration with the Credit Bureau Cambodia, this educational video combining live action and animation provides some tips and warnings to help people make a better use of microfinance and make better choices.

Clean Water Well Project
Charity Promotional Video

Produced for the Cambodian Buddhism Association for Vulnerable Children with the support of the Mad Monkey Hostels, this video aims at raising awareness of the lack of access to clean water in Cambodian provinces. Without access to clean water, the villagers, mostly women and children would have to walk 3 kilometers to collect dirty water from stagnant pools or contaminated streams resulting in many health problems such as diarrhoea and other diseases.