Tags » Indigenous People

The Green Adventure to the Eastern Plain, Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia

The thing which is more incredible than GOD is called TREE. Trees are the earth’s HEART, it gives the happiness as the habitat for wildlife, provide to people as breath; so save trees, save lives, protect the world. 1,466 more words

Education

589 Kilometers Differences

“Giddy” is the word that I would use to describe my feelings before the trip. I had been feeling anxious the moment I knew I got selected by the YSEALI Cambodia 2015 to join the trip entitled “Plant Trees Plant Our Future” to the Northwestern part of our own nation, Ratanakiri Province. 1,846 more words

YSEALI

Best in a Lifetime

The photo was taken in a primary school in Ratanakiri, Cambodia which the program was running by YSEALI, Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative. As one of the 25 participants, 10 committees and team leader, I was really satisfied even before heading there. 1,833 more words

Education

A Journey of Exploration: Expectation Vs. Reality

As a junior student in a university in Phnom Penh, I had rarely been on the road travelling throughout the country, learning about the reality of Cambodian people beyond the developed urban city. 1,162 more words

Education

Journalism as Subversion

The assault of global capitalism is not only an economic and political assault. It is a cultural and historical assault. Global capitalism seeks to erase our stories and our histories. 146 more words

Reportages

Defend the Defenders; Activism is Not a Crime: Stop the Political Vilification and Harassment of Human Rights & Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Defenders in Ifugao, Cordillera, Philippines

For Immediate Release

Press Statement

March 23, 2015

Reference: Joelle Eliza Lingat, Chairperson, Anakbayan New Jersey

201-675-8278, anakbayannj@gmail.com

Defend the Defenders; Activism is Not a Crime: Stop the Political Vilification and Harassment of Human Rights & Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Defenders in Ifugao, Cordillera, Philippines… 585 more words

Statements

Do What We Can

Even though Plant Trees, Plant Our Future was only a three day field-trip, this project had acknowledged me much about the environment issue and the living condition of indigenous people in the Northeastern part of Cambodia, particularly in Ratanakkiri province. 655 more words

Education