In January, three EarthRights School Mekong alumni visted Thailand’s Loei province to attend Children’s Day events on the Mekong River.

From the Had Kham Phi primary school’s...

The 2010 Childrens' Day was held on the 9th of January at a village school in the Pak Chom district of Thailand's Loei province and I had the pleasure of being part of it. Among the participants...

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The Amazonian oil boom began in the 1960s with the development of Ecuador´s...

The Amazon is Peru's largest ecological region and sprawls over sixty percent of the country´s territory. The Peruvian Amazon is biologically and culturally diverse, and home to dozens of...

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In a press conference October 27, 2010, the Pa-Oh Youth Organization (PYO) launched their “Save our mountain, Save our future” campaign, an update from Burma’s largest iron mine near Taunggyi in...

EarthRights International’s Burma Alumni Program is pleased to announce the successful conclusion of the Second Round of its 2010 Small Grants Program. Since 2004, the Small Grants Program has...

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