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Article
29 December 2018

Cambodia: The Court of Appeal overturns the provincial court's ruling ordering unionists to pay compensation to a company

Author: Sarom Kim, The Phnom Penh Post

"Union leader wins appeal", 28 December 2018...

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Article
9 December 2018

Cambodia: The Court of Appeal hears an appeal trial of a union leader over strike

Author: Sarom Kim, The Phnom Penh Post

"Union leader in court over strike", 7 December 2018...

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Article
9 March 2016

Cambodians call on Angkor Beer to divest stake from Laos dam due to livelihood concerns; Angkor Beer denies involvement

Author: Brooks Boliek, Radio Free Asia

"Cambodians Raise Questions About Angkor Beer's Involvement in Don Sahong Dam", 26 Feb 2016...

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Story
10 February 2016

Cambodia: Beer promoters allege being fired by Carlsberg local partner Cambrew for protesting lengthened work hours & short-term contracts; Carlsberg responds

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Article
10 February 2016

Striking Angkor Beer promoters 'fired'

Author: Bun Sengkong and Charles Rollet, Phnom Penh Post

Angkor beer promoters who have been demonstrating against lengthened working hours and short-term contracts…were fired for their strikes by Angkor’s parent company, Cambrew, an apparent direct violation of the Labour Law....

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Article
10 February 2016

Cambrew/Carlsberg continues to abuse workers’ rights in Cambodia

Author: Cambodian Food and Service Workers' Federation

Angkor beer promotion women are on strike after Cambrew/Carlsberg introduced new policies that violate Cambodian Labour Law. Cambrew/Carlsberg has responded by firing the striking unionists. This is yet another attempt from the side of Cambrew...

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Company response
9 February 2016

Carlsberg response

Author: Carlsberg

…In terms of the recent standardization of contracts for beer promotion assistants employed by Cambrew, several talks between management, shop stewards and majority of unions in Cambodia were conducted prior to the standardization. The parties...

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Article
24 May 2009

[PDF] Compliance to and Impact of the BSIC Code of Conduct: Monitoring Survey 2009

Author: Beer Selling Industry Cambodia

This report presents the findings of a monitoring survey aimed at assessing progress over the past year in the compliance of members [Cambrew, CBL, Guiness, Heineken] of the beer company onsortium Beer Selling Industry Cambodia (BSIC) to the...

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Article
20 April 2009

Working conditions of beer promoters in Cambodia are improving but further progress required

Author: Beer Selling Industry Cambodia

On 7th April, the employer organisation The Beer Selling Industry Cambodia (BSIC) met with Ministry of Women’s Affairs and law enforcement representatives, NGO partners and beer promoters to review a monitoring survey recently conducted by the Center...

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Company response
2 June 2006

Carlsberg response to Australian Council of Trade Unions campaign raising concerns about the situation of women promoting beer brands in Asia

Author: Carlsberg

We are aware of the problem of women promoting our beer in Cambodia. We have acquired 50% of Cambrew / Angkor, and we are fully aware of the problems some beer girls face. Therefore we have decided to address the problem and we are doing so in...

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