Title Cambodia: 2. Whether poor women in Cambodia without education and skills may be forced to work as a sex worker to survive; and whether they have other employment options. 3. Employment for hairdressers in Cambodia. Are there many jobs for hairdressers? What would a women who works as a full-time apprentice hairdresser, or a junior hairdresser, earn in Cambodia? Is this enough money on which to survive without also working in another job? 4. Whether a woman who worked in a nightclub in Cambodia would be at risk of violence and rape and other forms of harm (from the nightclub owners or patrons). 5. Whether the Cambodian authorities provide protection to (i) women and (ii) women who work in nightclubs, who experience violence from men.
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 7 March 2012
Country Cambodia
Topics Prostitution / Commercial sex work | Right to employment | SGBV | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol KHM39904
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Cambodia: 2. Whether poor women in Cambodia without education and skills may be forced to work as a sex worker to survive; and whether they have other employment options. 3. Employment for hairdressers in Cambodia. Are there many jobs for hairdressers? What would a women who works as a full-time apprentice hairdresser, or a junior hairdresser, earn in Cambodia? Is this enough money on which to survive without also working in another job? 4. Whether a woman who worked in a nightclub in Cambodia would be at risk of violence and rape and other forms of harm (from the nightclub owners or patrons). 5. Whether the Cambodian authorities provide protection to (i) women and (ii) women who work in nightclubs, who experience violence from men., 7 March 2012, KHM39904, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5033b50d16b1.html [accessed 29 July 2014]
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