About the Project
Access to Information
For improved public service and participatory development, journalists must provide the community with the chance to understand the processes of the government through investigative reporting and open up opportunities for dissemination of information about A2I principles and initiatives. Thus, to increase the demand for A2I from the media sector, the Swedish International Development Aid, through UNESCO Phnom Penh, funds a three-years sub-project on Increasing Demand for A2I from the Media Sector to be implemented by the Cambodia Communication Institute (CCI) of the Royal University of Phnom Penh from 2015-2017.
A Trainee Impression on a2i Training
Roeurn Chanthey, a trainee who’s also a RFA’s reporter said that the training on Access to Information funded by SIDA through UNESCO, Phnom Penh is really important for all trainees to learn what is right and wrong in reporting and this course will help them to perform their role professionally and ethically with a high responsibility to their society.
Mr. CHAN Sovannara
Tel: 012 770 891
Miss. NY Channic
Tel: 089 87 87 64
Cambodian Communication Institute,
Royal University of Phnom Penh.
Address: RUPP, IFL campus, Russian Blvd., Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Tel: (855) 23 88 44 08