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Collective Union of Movement of Workers



Collective Union of Movement of Workers


CUMW is proud to foster relationships with other like-minded organizations that support the goals of workers' rights, economic justice and fairness. We have specifically sought partnerships with groups that have a long history of engaging in that struggle.
Our union works with organizations that assist Cambodians and workers all over the world. We also affiliate with groups that promote human rights and ensure people have access to training.

We are always interested to meet like-minded organisations and individuals

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Meet our Partners

CUMW is honoured to partner with the following organizations. These partnerships are ongoing, and we welcome new organizations that share our values and want to help build an economy for all, where improving the living standard of workers through the negotiation for the annual minimum wage increase.


CARE Cambodia works primarily with marginalized women, including women in urban areas who are marginalized by occupation, women and girls from ethnic minorities, and rural women who are denied social and economic rights.
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USAID harnesses the expertise and innovation of countless organizations across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to address development challenges with groundbreaking solutions.
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IndustriALL will continue to campaign to force multinational buyers to disclose their suppliers to the public and fight for the rights of workers to form unions and improve wages and working conditions.
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Cambodia became a member of the ILO in 1969. Since the early 1990s, the ILO has been an active partner in Cambodia’s economic, social and democratic recovery, playing an important role in helping to restore livelihoods, generate sustainable employment, rebuild infrastructure and set-up and strengthen democratic institutions.
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The United Nations has maintained an office focused on the protection and promotion of human rights in Cambodia since 1993. It is part of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).
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Solidarity Center works with Cambodian unions and other allies to protect and advance worker rights through training and support, including legal advocacy, to help workers stand up for their rights and demand living wages and decent working conditions.
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To ensure the fundamental rights of workers are respected we educate and mobilise consumers; We lobby companies and governments at a regional and national scale; We co-organise mutual capacity developmental trainings with worker groups; We also cooperate extensively with similar labour rights campaigns outside of our network.
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The Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) is an independent labor rights monitoring organization. We investigate working conditions in factories around the globe.
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East-West Management Institute

EWMI takes pride in its commitment to its local partners, and established the Partner Legacy Support Program in 2013 as a mechanism to continue to fund its partners around the world. To date, EWMI has accepted donations from individuals, foundations, and donor advised funds for partners in Cambodia, Kosovo and Liberia that promote access to justice for the most vulnerable groups in various political, economic and cultural contexts.
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International Trade Union Confederation

The ITUC’s primary mission is the promotion and defence of workers’ rights and interests, through international cooperation between trade unions, global campaigning and advocacy within the major global institutions.
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Affiliated Network for Social Accountability-Cambodia

The Affiliated Network for Social Accountability-Cambodia is a local non-profit and independent NGO founded in 2015 that works to fight corruption, promote human welfare, and protect the rights of citizens through the promotion of good governance. ANSA Cambodia specializes in Social Accountability (SAc) approaches to achieve these goals and promotes the application of SAc tools in local communities by community members to strengthen the relationship between citizens and their government.
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