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Sen David

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Sen David began her career as a journalist in 2009 working on online breaking news before joining the Post in 2010 as an intern and then reporter. David has focused on issues including the exploitation of Cambodian fishermen at sea, the abuse of Cambodian maids in Malaysia, the Kaoway factory shooting in Bavet, the rights of children and women and other social issues including industrial disputes. She has won two regional awards for her reporting and further developed her skills as a journalist by travelling to workshops in Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia.

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Malaysia MoU expands beyond domestic work
Garment truck crash leaves scores injured
Lab coming to check illness in workplaces
Divide over Union Law
Ministry on lookout for lovestruck monk
Despite displeasure, no strikes over wage
Sihanoukville ferry perators upset at new gov’t charge
Tbong Khmum locals seek daughters’ repatriation
Locals keep up protest for jailed woman
Ministry's code of conduct for artists closer to reality
‘Forest clearing’ arrest provokes road closure
Civil servants on NEC duty get paid twice
Workers laid off at Kampong Speu teak farm
Minimum wage talks kick off in Phnom Penh
Siem Reap villagers get lake land
GMAC targets 3 per cent bump for garment force
Not ‘all unions’ agreed to wage demand, FTU says
More than 40 overloaded trucks seized by ministry
Algae at Angkor a ‘normal thing’
Unions reveal garment minimum wage goal for 2017
Labour Minister seeks strike-free minimum wage talks
White Building to be razed?
Underage girls among brides back from China
Intervention sought for trafficked fishermen held in Indonesia
Work permits going digital