The government needs to do more to protect migrant workers, ensure that women have access to legal aid, bring cases of violence against women to court and draft an anti-discrimination law, the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (Cedaw) said in a new report. The report is an assessment of the fourth and fifth periodic updates Cambodia made to the U.N. committee earlier this month. In that hearing, a delegation led by Womenís Affairs Minister Ing Kantha Phavi presented member-country experts with updates on what the government has done to advance wom*enís rights in Cambodia, but conceded
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