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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.
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EarthRights School


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To Restore Global Leadership, U.S. Government Should Protect Human Rights Defenders
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Standing in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter
Environmental Impact Assessment EIA Community Training
A History Of Firsts

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Saw Eh Say (Myanmar)
Sar Mory in Cambodia's Areng River Valley.
Sar Mory (Cambodia)


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Constitutional Challenge to Mining without Consulting Arboleda Indigenous Community (Peru)
Cambio Climático y los Derechos de Mujeres, Pueblos Indígenas y Comunidades Rurales en las Américas
2020-2024 Strategic Plan

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The Overland Fire advances into the town of Jamestown, Colorado, on Wednesday, October 29, 2003. Fire engines were stationed at the homes and buildings to protect the structures from the flames.
Historic Climate Liability Case in Colorado Against Exxon and Suncor to Proceed in State Court
Empresa forestal ingresa maquinaria y personal a territorio Mashco Piro con autorización del Ministerio de Salud y el silencio del Ministerio de Cultura, poniendo en peligro de contagio de la COVID-19 a pueblos indígenas en aislamiento
EarthRights International Urges Government Action Following Deaths of Miners in Jade Mining Disaster


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To Restore Global Leadership, U.S. Government Should Protect Human Rights Defenders


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Nam Yuam Water Division

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Our Co-Founder, Katie Redford, Announces Big Changes at EarthRights