Funded by:


European Union
The City for All! conference is a component of the Human Rights Based Spatial Planning II project and is funded by the European Union.
Czech Republic Development Cooperation
The City for All! conference is a component of the Human Rights Based Spatial Planning II project and is funded by Czech Republic Development Cooperation.
European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection
The City for All! conference is a component of the Building Disaster Resilient Communities in Cambodia IV project and is funded by European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection.

Implementing Partners:


People in Need
People in Need is an international NGO, headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic providing relief and development assistance while working to defend human rights and democratic freedoms in over 20 countries around the world. PIN’s food security, WASH, health, education, emergency response, disaster resilience and other programmes have assisted millions of people globally. In Cambodia, People in Need focuses on urban poverty reduction, disaster management and risk reduction, maternal and child health and livelihoods and environment.
Open Institute
The Open Institute is a non-governmental and not-for-profit organization that envisions Cambodia as a country in which widespread access to high quality education, information, communications and technology lead to a more developed and just society. Their mission is to ensure that the benefits of technology for social and economic advance are usable in Cambodian society.
Sahmakum Teang Tnaut
Sahmakum Teang Tnaut is a Cambodian Urban NGO which aims to provide pro-poor technical assistance for housing and infrastructure and to inform dialogue and raise awareness about urban issues.
Urban Poor Women Development
The Urban Poor Women Development (UPWD) is style=”text-align: justify;”a local non-government, not-profit and non-political organization that helps residents in slum areas live with dignity and high self-esteem. UPWD promotes local good governance and public services toward sustainable communities.
ActionAid is an international NGO working to protect human rights and defeat poverty. In Cambodia they focus on protecting the rights of poor and excluded people, with particular emphasis on food security, quality public education and women’s rights with smallholder farmers, artisan fisherfolk, women and children.
DanChurchAid, through the Action by Churches Together (ACT) Alliance, works through local partners to implement emergency and development work to effectively target the poorest and to ensure that activities become locally sustainable.

Proudly Sponsored by:


World Vision (Cambodia)

World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. World Vision’s ministry focuses on improving the lives of the poorest children and their families in Cambodia. We partner with children and youth, their families and communities, across all faiths, religions, gender, ethnicities and political associations.

We aim to empower our staff and the communities we serve to take part in building a better future for Cambodian children.This future includes the “fullness of life” and the will to carry out the work that transforms community members, making families stronger and more resilient to economic uncertainties.Through a holistic and integrated approach, we are able to achieve our child well-being strategic priorities that focus on improving the nutritional status of children in their first 1000 days of life, primary education that fosters quality learning, children being prevented and protected from abuse and exploitation, and preparing youth to be creative, active citizens, and the leaders of tomorrow.

Kindly Supported by:


Cambodian Institute for Urban Studies (CIUS)
Officially established in 2015, the Cambodian Institute for Urban Studies (CIUS) contributes to enhancing the understanding of capacities and competencies in contemporary and evolving urban planning and management approaches, innovating and applying these in the Cambodian and regional contexts.The CIUS aims to be:

  • A leading training centre in the field of urban planning, development and management;
  • A network of young and experienced professionals (from different fields);
  • An objective and impartial advisory service to government, civil society, donors and the private sector;
  • An urban knowledge hub that contributes to facilitating sustainable urban development, planning and policy development.
GoGreen Cambodia
GoGreen is a social initiative started by a group of passionate environmentalists in March 2016, with the main focus of educating around waste management and plastic pollution/ consumption and reduction. After attending a small clean-up event in Phnom Penh, the group were inspired to take matters into their own hands. Their first clean-up operation attracted more than 100 people, and subsequent events since have drawn thousands around Cambodia, counting over 70,000 tons of recycled trash collected. With an online community of more than 1,800 members, GoGreen has been instrumental in advocating a green Cambodia. Since its inception, the team have collaborated with governmental and non-governmental organisations, including the ministries of environment and tourism to focus on waste management, and education around reducing, refusing, reusing and recycling plastic consumption. In early 2018, the team launched a new mobile application engaging young people to clean up Cambodia’s streets, in partnership with the municipality.
School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SAUP), Pannasastra University of Cambodia
The School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SAUP) of Pannasastra University of Cambodia strives to become the best institution in architecture in Cambodia and to respond to the call for excellence in the world’s future architects. It is a new program of excellence and aims to become the premier learning institution in Cambodian architecture, providing a broad spectrum of creativity using traditional, classical and modern designs. The school’s programs are internationally recognized and instructed by highly experienced professors and professionals.Pannasastra University of Cambodia was the first higher learning institution in Cambodia to offer English-based education in all subjects. The university strives to deliver quality education that is attainable by, and responsive to the needs of the people of Cambodia and that of the global community. They place special emphasis on quality, research-based education, studies of peace, conflict resolution, development, moral and ethical conducts as well as social responsibility.
The Room Design Studio
The Room Design Studio is an international architectural practice founded in Cambodia in 2008 and is committed to promoting sustainable design combined with local vernacular. The driving ideology is to create high quality architecture for a broad spectrum of design topics from residential, commercial, hospitality projects to community and social schemes. The Room Design Studio is focused on creating highly human centric spaces with sensitivity and receptivity to support the development of the space and place based on equitable cohesion and mutual understanding.
Urban Mobility Incubator
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur who wants to create a business that addresses issues relating to Urban Mobility and Transport? The Urban Mobility Incubator is a 9 month entrepreneurship program for innovative idea stage projects who are ready to pilot their idea, test business plans, validate their impact, and get ready for investment. The program is open to anyone who is dedicated to building the future cities of Cambodia and disrupting the way we think about mobility! For more information and how to apply, please click here.