Living conditions for many women and children in Cambodia are harsh with little chance for improvement. Education is the key.
Cambodian Legal Education for Women (CLEW) is a registered charity which has been organized and funded by the Canadian law firm of Bennett Gastle PC. CLEW’s mission is education. CLEW supports young women in Cambodia each year through a four year university law degree. Each student educated has the capacity to help many more women and improve women’s rights within Cambodia. 100% of all donations go directly to CLEW. Bennett Gastle covers all administrative costs.
These young women would never be able to obtain this education without aid. You can provide a wonderful opportunity to help them and their families escape the cycle of poverty.
CLEW is now on twitter!
The life of one of CLEW’s students, Soth Suon.
A glimpse at what life is like at the CLEW dorm.
A CLEW student’s story of poverty and the chance to make a change.
A video about how CLEW is empowering the young women of Cambodia to bring about change through the means of education.
A CLEW graduate’s work in northern Cambodia to protect indigenous land title.
A special thanks to PokerStars for allowing CLEW to use this excerpt from the 2015 PCA Main Event.
A film by LexisNexis to promote the Rule of Law in Cambodia.
(To watch in full screen, please click the YouTube icon on the video)