This research, locally known as Making the Space, is the result of nearly three years of active inquiry and participatory design among girls coming from ethnic, religious, and cultural minority groups in Cambodia. It is a ground-breaking contribution that provides new knowledge at the intersection of gender, age, and identity. Research was conducted on the lived experiences, perspectives, challenges, issues, inner hopes, and dreams for the future of girls from 343 participants of four minority groups in Cambodia – Indigenous, ethnic Vietnamese, Cambodian Muslim, and Khmer Krom.
Making the Space: Voices from the girls of Cambodian minority communities
Created 10/26/2023 Type: Analysis, Case Studies, Monitoring Location: Cambodia Language: English Theme: Asia Religious & Ethnic Freedom, Freedom of Religion or Belief, International Development, Peacebuilding Organization: Women Peace Makers Organization