Stakeholders commemorate the same history, but they have different interpretations.
Maintaining the legacy of human and civic rights: 30 years after the PPA
Both civil society and the government have roles in educating people about the law, its implementations, and their legal rights.
The PPA: Enabling Foreign Investment in Cambodia
The restoration of peace under the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) earned trust from foreign investors.
The United Nations Peacekeeping Troops: a mixed legacy
Cambodia has gone from requiring peacekeepers to contributing more than 7,000 troops specialising in de-mining and engineering.
Podcast 2. UNTAC Radio: Airwaves of Hope វិទ្យុអ៊ុនតាក់៖ រលកសំឡេងនៃក្ដីសង្ឃឹម
This podcast examines the role Radio UNTAC in informing millions of Cambodians en route to casting their ballot in the much-anticipated 1993 election
Podcast 1. Guiding a transition to democracy: mission impossible?
Dive deep into archives of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia and its UNTAC Radio.
6. Radio UNTAC: a minute for poems “A song request” សំណូមពរបទចម្រៀង
Many sent music wishes to Radio UNTAC to connect with family members and friends.
5. Radio UNTAC: a minute for poems “Unrepayable” គ្មានអ្វីតបស្នង
All types of lived experiences, which have remained, fresh in our mind, salty, sour, and bitter...
3. Radio UNTAC: a minute for poems “The Boundary of Our Rights” សិទ្ធិមានត្រឹមណា
People shared words of advice, encouragement, and appeals to take the peace process seriously.
2. Radio UNTAC: “The authority of the police” មហិទ្ធិរិទ្ធប៉ូលីស
Others express their hopes for the future or emphasise the importance of a different political system.
1. Radio UNTAC: a minute for poems “The secret vote” បោះឆ្នោតសម្ងាត់
People from various provinces in the country sent letters with poems and essays to Radio UNTAC.