Governance Projects

Governance

As the first paper of CDRI’s five-year Ponlork research program, this literature review makes an inventory of what is known in this relatively new field, aiming to define a more narrow research agenda with a slightly more theoretical approach. The review includes a broad range of existing literature, mostly empirical, including on youth’s expectations and aspirations, political values and attitudes, relationships with family, community and other social organisations such as politica

The MK20 project aims to support good Mekong governance by exploring both key challenges and opportunities for creating a space for dialogue, for decisions to be perceived as binding and legitimate, and for intense deliberation and negotiation. MK20 is being implemented by CDRI, as a lead organisation, and Consortium partners: the Institute of Water Policy, National University of Singapore; the NGO Forum on Cambodia; and the School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg. CDRI’s role is t

With the tentative title Unfolding impact of a new generation of young Cambodians on society and politics”, this edited volume aims to explore the activities, attitudes and aspirations of young Cambodians who are playing a very important role in transforming Cambodian politics and society. It intends to bring together existing studies primarily by Cambodian researchers about Cambodian youth.