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24 Okt 2013

Autor:
Emily Wight, Phnom Penh Post (Cambodia)

Documentary interviews prominent woman human rights defender Tep Vanny, gives land rights activists a voice [Cambodia]

... Even a Bird Needs a Nest [follows activist Tep Vanny through the Boeung Kak campaign]…The Boeung Kak 15 and supporters have been protesting for their land rights since 2007... They are some of the most prominent land activists in the country…[The filmmakers also followed] the CNRP politician Mu Sochua, who took them to other forced eviction sites in Kampong Speu and Battambang…Tep Vanny…said: ‘The film can help educate people about land grabbing so they know about the situation in Cambodia…”

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