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Women Must Be Central to Decisions on Mekong Hydropower | The Bangkok Post

This article originally appeared in The Bangkok Post. Today, on International Women’s Day, a recent trip to the Mekong Basin...
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Statement by Thai Mekong People’s Network from 1st Dialogue with Datang Hydropower Company on Pak Beng Dam

We, Thai Mekong People’s Network from Eight Provinces, declare our position from the Dialogue with Datang (Lao) Pak Beng Hydropower...
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Can regional cooperation secure the Mekong's future? I Bangkok Post

This article originally appeared in the Bangkok Post A fisherman casts his nets at the headwaters of the Mekong River...
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Dams and Child Rights in the Mekong: Campaigning Across Borders

Mueda Nawanat As a young public interest lawyer working to secure the rights of stateless children, Mueda Nawanat is constantly on the...
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"We Will Fight Until We Die, We Will Not Leave" - Dams and Environmental Rights in the Mekong | Human Rights Defender

The rivers of Southeast Asia are increasingly threatened by the construction of cascades of large dams, which will irreversibly alter...
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Mekong Needs Accountability, Now | The Bangkok Post

This article originally appeared in the Bangkok Post. Last Wednesday, Pitsanukorn Deekaew, a resident of Chiang Khong district in Chiang...
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Fight to Save Key Mekong Rapids Not Over | The Bangkok Post

This article orignally appeared in the Bangkok Post. Environmentalists have pledged not to lower their guard against attempts to clear...
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The Sambor Dam Is a Tragic Mistake for Cambodia | Earth Island Journal

This article originally appeared in Earth Island Journal. Planned mega-dam threatens fish populations and food security in the lower Mekong...
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Local Knowledge, Culture and Heritage: Collateral Damage of Mekong Dams

Siphandone, in southern Laos, is the first place that I travelled to along the Mekong River. It was not only...
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Thailand Must Act on its Commitment to Business and Human Rights Regulations

Participants at the Public Seminar on Thai Outbound Investment International Rivers Released at the Public Seminar on Thai Outbound Investment:...