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Executive Director of YFP

Welcome to Youth for Peace, a Cambodian NGO that offers education in peace, leadership, conflict resolution, and reconciliation to Cambodian’s youth.

We created Youth for Peace because real peace, social justice and law enforcement still do not exist in our society. The poverty, impunity, culture of violence, human rights violations, and political discrimination are barriers of building a culture of peace in Cambodia.

អបអរសាទរខួបលើកទី២៣កិច្ចព្រមព្រៀងសន្តិភាពទីក្រុងប៉ារីស ថៃ្ងទី២៣តុលា!
Please come and join us in Celebrating the 23rd Anniversary of Paris Peace Agreement!

When? October 23, 2014, from 4: 00 PM
Where? In front of the Royal Palace of Cambodia

Note: Please come as early as before 4: 00 PM so that the event could start from 4:00 PM smoothly and meaningfully. Please help us share this to as many people as you could. See you all there very soon!


Here come and join us in Celebrating the 23rd Anniversay of Paris Peace Agreement!

Job Announcement Oct 16, 2014

 Marketing Volunteer (Female)

Application Form

Closing Date: October 31, 2014 at 4:00 PM


 The Peace Institute of Cambodia (PIC) is pleased to invite interested youth, university students, or civil siciety workers to the presentation of Exchange Program called cities of peace between Chicago and Phnom Penh. 

To register and more detail click here

Job Announcement Oct 06, 2014

 Project Trainer (Female)

Application Form

Closing Date: October 20, 2014, at 4:00 PM

These short portraits are mainly taken from the rank and file Khmer Rouge - mostly ex-soldiers. Most never joined the Revolution of their own accord - they were conscripted as young adolescents into the military, "the absolute tool of Angkar", it was called. They will give you interesting details about their everyday experiences and the Pol Pot regime. Still, these interviews were not carried out in vain as a number of features of Democratic Kampuchea were confirmed, while even some new details have been revealed. One soldier said Phnom Penh had been evacuated because "we were afraid of the enemies hiding inside". Another female cadre claimed she was always kind to those who took a rest, but after being warned twice, the security had to be told in case of a third failing, because "what you are told to do must be done".

  These pages from Cambodia's tragic history make fascinating reading for the younger generation, in order to make sure history does not repeat itself.
 Available at Youth For Peace only

The past 10 years of our work paved the way for a bright future of Youth for Peace. The lessons from our successes, failures, and encountered challenges are significant steps in moving forward to a peaceful and promising future. In the next 10 years, YFP as well as the new initiative of the Peace Institute of Cambodia will continue its fi rm mission to make remarkable changes in the grass-root communities as well as in the Cambodian society as a whole. We hope that an increasing number of young people will continue to engage in peaceful solutions to social conflicts and participate in a sustainable social development which brings about a culture of peace and a culture of democracy.

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