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“No one among us was left behind. We are here at EarthRights School as living in our second family,” said Lamnutor Dangdaenwiman in her graduation speech. Lamnutor is an indigenous Thai-Karen youth who is working to support and enhance youth capacity to protect their communities from hydropower plants on the Salween River.
2018 EarthRights School Graduation
Mueda Nawanat, Bertha Justice Fellow in ERI's Chiang Mai office, showcases the new report.
Fighting Back: A Global Protection Strategy for Earth Rights Defenders
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2018: Our Year in Photos

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Nam Yuam Water Division
After completing a seven-month course that started in mid-May, 16 students graduated from the EarthRights School. The class was comprised of students from Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.
EarthRights School (short version)

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Uncle Nan, a local fisherman at the Yom River.  The community manages their waterways in productive and sustainable ways. For example, there is a 2000 baht fine for fishing in the deepest part of the river, an area that is meant for fish breeding.
On the Waterfront-lines
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A Message from Ka Hsaw Wa on the Coup in Myanmar (Burma)
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How Corporate Abuse is Fueling the Texas Power Crisis

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Neung (Thailand)
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Saw Eh Say (Myanmar)

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Balance de la política de protección de personas defensoras en el Perú
White Paper: How The United States Can Lead On Business And Human Rights
Speak Without Fear — U.S. Embassy Report

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EarthRights Calls on Colombian State to End Violent Repression of Protests
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EarthRights International se solidariza con el pueblo de Colombia y manifiesta su preocupación por las graves violaciones de derechos humanos en el país
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EarthRights International Praises Bipartisan Senate Efforts to Place Sanctions on 
Myanmar Oil and Gas Operations

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Uncle Nan, a local fisherman at the Yom River.  The community manages their waterways in productive and sustainable ways. For example, there is a 2000 baht fine for fishing in the deepest part of the river, an area that is meant for fish breeding.
On the Waterfront-lines

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Multinational Companies and International Community Must Halt Financing of Illegitimate Military Regime in Myanmar

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Sor.Rattanamanee Polkla (Thailand)