Evicted farmers from the countryside hang their clothes and lunch from plants as they protest in front of the National Assembly Building in Phnom Penh.
Evicted farmers nap on a tarp during a days-long protest in front of the Cambodian National Assembly Building.
Police suit up before breaking up a protest by the internationally known Boeung Kak women near the Municipal Court in Phnom Penh.
A human rights monitor is manhandled by police as he tries to film an arrest at a protest at the former Boeung Kak Lake in Phnom Penh. Police arrested twelve women for protesting the loss of their homes to a commercial development by Shukaku Corporation, which has since filled in the lake with sand.
Police carry a protestor to a waiting police van following her arrest. Buddhist monk Loun Saveth videotapes the proceedings. He was arrested two days later. The woman was one of twelve arrested for protesting the loss of their homes at Boeung Kak. The protestors were forced out of their homes along the lakefront by the land developer and the municipal government.
Plainclothes and uniformed police escort a protestor across the former Boeung Kak Lake following her arrest. She was one of twelve women arrested for protesting the loss of their homes to a commercial development by Shukaku Corporation, which has since filled in the lake with sand.
A woman reviews video of a protest by the Boeung Kak women in front of the Municipal Courthouse in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Construction workers help move a friend's house to make way for new buildings at the Bali Resort Cambodia site where they work in Phnom Penh. Construction workers often live on site and have to move their primitive quarters as construction progresses.
A girls wipes dust from her eyes as she stands in her family's shack in the worker's quarters at the Bali Resort Cambodia construction site in Phnom Penh.
A woman watches construction trucks pass her small shop west of Phnom Penh. She and hundreds of her neighbors were evicted from their homes near the river in Phnom Penh and moved to a new satellite town outside the city.
A boy squats outside his family's tarp shanty on the remains of the Borei Keila housing development. Dozens of homes were bulldozed to make room for new buildings, but many of the families were neither compensated nor given new homes.
A young man sits next to a fire in the shanty village in the rubble of the Borei Keila community.
Portrait of Nget Khun, the eldest of the Boeung Kak women protestors.
Portrait of Long Kimheang, who works at the Housing Rights Task Force in Phnom Penh to help the Boeung Kak women.
Portrait of Tep Vanny, one of the leaders of the Boeung Kak women's movement in Phnom Penh.