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In the drivers’ seat: why the ILO should care about the commute

Harassment on the way to and from work is part of the job for many women. It doesn't have to be.

Is the race to the bottom over? Reflecting on ‘surplus’ populations in Cambodia

Everybody speaks about a ‘race to the bottom’ in the world of work. For brick workers enduring debt-bondage in Cambodia the race might already be over.

Cambodia: justice after genocide

Khmer Rouge mass killings were followed by cynical geopolitics. By the time justice took the stand, was it also impossible?

Authoritarian rule shedding its populist skin in rural Cambodia

In Cambodia, political violence in the run-up to the 2018 general election signals a move away from an explicitly populist authoritarianism towards a deeper authoritarianism.