Southeast Asia Globe presents the twelve shortlisted submissions in Transparency International Cambodia’s photographic competition in which entrants were asked to illustrate the negative effects of corruption
Twelve photos were selected by the judges for exhibition and the winning picture, taken by 24-year-old Ms Phim Kanika, shows a young boy outside of a classroom, illustrating the adverse impact of corruption on education.
“By creatively engaging people through art, we hope the photo exhibition can further mobilise interest, discussion and action among the residents of Cambodia, to push for a more just and equitable society,” said Elizabeth Johnson, research and advocacy programme manager at Transparency International Cambodia.
Kanika’s prize was an SLR camera and the winning image will grace the cover of Transparency International Cambodia’s next report on the country.
The photos will be on display at the German-Cambodian cultural centre, Meta House, until April 18.