With the recent rise in commercial interest in land and the growth
in foreign agricultural investments, land reform monitoring takes on
greater importance. Whereas monitoring used to focus on simply assessing
performance of land administration, it now also keeps an eye on the
possible reversal or flouting of agrarian policies. Land monitoring is
crucial in improving land governance to address rural poverty and food
Law on Social Security schemes for persons defined by the provisions of the Labour Law was adopted by the National Assembly on 15 August 2002.
The amendment to Articles 139 and 144 of the 1997 Cambodian Labor Law was adopted by the National Assembly on 8 June 2007 and was promulgated by the King on 20 July 2007.
The Cambodian Labor Law was adopted by the National Assembly on 10 January 1997 and was promulgated by the Acting Head of State on 13 March 1997.
This Guide brings together all sources of Cambodian labour law into a single, compre-hensive guide for the manufacturing sector. The Guide covers all major areas of Cambodian labour law, derived from the Labour Law itself, regulations of the Royal Government, international labour standards that have been ratified by Cambodia, and the Cambodian Constitution.
This guideline is designed to provide employers, managers, and workers with key information on the severe risks that fires pose at the workplace as well as on their prevention and control. This document also assists those who are responsible for ensuring safety at the workplace to prevent the catastrophic loss of life and property that could result from a fire.
The ILO Project on Labour Dispute Resolution in Cambodia aims to strengthen the country’s labour dispute resolution system, thereby contributing to national development. One of the project’s outputs calls for the preparation of a dispute prevention and resolution strategy to guide this component of Cambodia’s labour relations system.