Journalism Talk - Foundation Office Cambodia
In general journalism is considered a very male-domanted career especially in Cambodia. The released data from the Ministry of Information showed the number of male journalists is far greater than the number of female journalists. In various publicly released researches found that female journalists faced more challenges and obstacles than their male counterparts while doing their jobs. Therefore, we would like to take this opportunity to get more discussion on this issue and at the same time also to explore all the positive sides of being a journalist in order to encourage more Cambodian females to be interested in pursuing a career in journalism.
About the speakers
Ms. Sovann Sreypich is currently a reporter at CamboJA News. She is a motivated and enthusiastic news writer. She has reported and written various news articles mostly in the area of human rights, environmental issues and social accountability.
Ms. Seoung Nimol is currently also a reporter at CamboJA News. She is passionate in various topics including politics, human rights and environmental issues.
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***Note: the discussion will be conducted in “Khmer” language.
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
1:45 pm - 2:00 pm
- Introduction, Mr. Ro Kimlong, DMC Public Relations and Outreach Officer
- Opening remarks, Mr. Phan Soumy, KAS Program Manager in charge of Media and Journalism
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Is being a female reporter a risk? Ms. Sovan Sreypich, Reporter at CamboJA
- Journalist, an eye-opening career
- Career prospect after journalism
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Opportunities for female in journalism, Ms. Seoung Nimol, Reporter at CamboJA
- Going international on the first step, experience working as a journalist in Thailand
- Impact of professional reporting in society