AFSC's Chhit Muny speaks at the S.E. Asian civil society forum on peace and security.
President Obama’s meeting with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and other world leaders in November was an opportunity for Asian countries to discuss international relations. Meanwhile, civil society representatives of those countries took the opportunity to hold their own regional meetings in Phnom Penh, discussing the issues they wanted to raise to regional and world leaders.
To build international peace, many agreed, Asian leaders must focus on solving internal conflict first.
The peace march begins on the Cambodian side of the border with Thailand.
Established in 1980, AFSC's Cambodia Program office has provided humanitarian relief, development, and peacebuilding assistance for thousands of Cambodians during the long period of civil war and post-war recovery. The Cambodia office now runs two programs contributing to peace and development in Cambodia:
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