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Job Announcement (Urgent) Jan 17, 2020

Youth For Peace (YFP) is a Cambodian NGO that believes that sustainable peace and reconciliation have to be firmly rooted in local communities. We believe that youth can be motivated and empowered to play a constructive role as change agents for such peace and reconciliation at the local level.

We have trained thousands of young people in social responsibility, solidarity, conflict resolution and leadership. Using a progression of workshop, events and activities, YFP challenges and motivates youth to design and implement peace building projects in response to identified issues and creative solutions. YFP is currently looking for qualified and motivated Cambodian candidate to the following position for Young Leader for Peace project (YLP):

1. Project Trainer ( 1postition)
Office based: Phnom Penh
Closing date: 27 January 2020

Please follow the link below for more detail: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x33kRqWP7MtyNfh9ImYHc7JXHapESwxt/view?usp=sharing

2. Volunteer ( 1position)

Office based: Battambang 
Closing date: 27 January 2020

Please follow the link below for more detail: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Hp48nSEE9zPttdZ7227-fZu3uKBiP7RG

Please follow the link below for  YFP's Application Form https://drive.google.com/open?id=1L4YsGf53O5CTKk3im0yDlrEqtObyjPo2

 

Exhibition Booklet Jul 16, 2019

A brief background of what is within this research exposes the stories, conditions of victims who were considered as enemies of the communist revolution in Cambodia during the 1970s. At that time in the Southwest zone, there was a district security center which executed many people under its rule. This security center left us many painful stories of victims and shock to people who were evacuated from the area in 1975. Victim survivors from Kraing Ta Chan Security Center still remember their painful stories whenever they see the place. For them, it seems like it just happened.
During the interviews, they expressed their sorrow of the loss of beloved relatives and none of them knew what those people did wrong. Most of the interviewees remain fearful and do not dare to provide clear information to youth because of personal safety concerns.
This book is a documentation of stories that happened at Kraing Ta Chan Security Center since before becoming a liberated zone until present. The period under the control of the Khmer Rouge is a part that we must study in detail, in order to show readers who are younger generations to understand the Khmer Rouge regime. A documentation which emphasizes only on one site cannot explain the general situation of lives of people at that time, but it can play an integral part in promoting awareness to youth. Simultaneously, the “Story from the Ground: Memory Sketch of Kraing Ta Chan Security Center” is a part of the mental healing process and a reparation project before the ECCC in the case 002/02 for the victims effected by the Khmer Rouge regime. A part of true history is also unfolded.

 

Job Announcement Sep 09, 2015

Marketing Volunteer with Youth For Peace

Application Form

Closing Date: September 28, 2015, at 4:00 PM

Job Announcement Aug 04, 2015

Trainer for Youth Empowerment Project (YEP)

Application Form

Closing Date: August 12, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Job Announcement Aug 04, 2015

Volunteer for Youth Empowerment Project (YEP)

Application Form

Closing Date: August 12, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Samroung Knong Community Peace Learning Center Jul 14, 2015

Youth for Peace (YFP) has started memory work at Samroung Knong after the consultation process on memory initiatives in 2009. Since then the community memorial committee established and capacity building developed. 

From 2013 to 2014, YFP received funds from Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) through the Victims Support Section (VSS) of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) to implement this project. Within this project the Samroung Knong Community Peace Learning Centre was built.

Old couples renew once forced vows Feb 05, 2015

The first time Oung Puon and Mam Yeat were married in 1978, under the Khmer Rouge’s forced marriage program, it was on the pain of death.

“They came for us in the night, about four or five cadres, and forced us and five other couples to marry without our agreement,” said Puon.

“They called our names and told me to take her hand as my wife, then made us give our word we would work for Angkar [the Khmer Rouge leadership] 100 per cent.

 

Job Announcement Jun 24, 2015

 Project Team Leader with Youth For Peace (Urgent)

Application Form

Closing Date: July 03, 2015, at 5:00 PM

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