Videos

The Women of Dawei, Myanmar
EIA: Reflections from communities in Myanmar
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EIA: Reflections from Communities in Thailand
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Neung (Thailand)
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Saw Eh Say (Myanmar)
Sar Mory in Cambodia's Areng River Valley.
Sar Mory (Cambodia)
Environmental Impact Assessment EIA Community Training
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Environmental Impact Assessment (Thailand)
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Thai Investment in Myanmar: A Closer Look
Coal Exposure Project Training
Communities vs. Coal: Strategies and Stories from Thailand
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Than Than Aye (Myanmar)
Aye-optimized
Aye Khaing Win (Myanmar)
Meach
Meach Mean (Cambodia)
Shining (Myanmar)
Shining (Myanmar)
Kyaw Win, a peaceful protester of the Thilawa Special Economic Zone  walks to his house across the construction site where his village used to be.
Communities Decide: Protecting Human Rights in Myanmar’s First Special Economic Zone
The Land of Thilawa
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Compensation
Up Side Down
2,400 Hectares
The Voice of Nam Khome
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Khaing Myo Htun (Myanmar)
Khaing Myo Htun (Myanmar)
Myo Aung (Myanmar)
Myo Aung (Myanmar)
MLAI: Building the Human Rights Movement in Southeast Asia
Adolfina García
Adolfina García (Peru)
Kyaw Win: Last Man Standing
Ham Oudom (Cambodia)
Ham Oudom (Cambodia)
Maynas Carijano v. Occidental Petroleum
“And our world will get better”: Celebrating EarthRights School Mekong Graduates
Forum Theatre: Strengthening Community Understanding of Free, Prior and Informed Consent
Forum Theatre Games
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Oil in the Corrientes
Mueda Nawanat (Thailand)
Congratulations to the 2014 EarthRights School Myanmar Graduates!
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A Thousand Times: How the Don Sahong Dam Endangers Communities
Ken Saro-Wiwa
Case Study: Wiwa v. Shell
Case Study: Doe v. Unocal
Khun Yo Thar (Myanmar)
Khun Yo Thar (Myanmar)
EarthRights School Myanmar: 2014 Welcoming
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Help Support the EarthRights Schools!
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EarthRights In Action
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Corporations are people – but not when they’re sued for torture & murder!?