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Links

BRN's Members
  • Kachin Development Network Group-KDNG
           kdngchn@gmail.com 
           www.kdng.org  
  • Mon Youth Progressive Organization – MYPO
          mypo_office@yahoo.com 
  • Karen Rivers Watch – KRW
          phoehein@gmail.com 
          www.karenriverswatch.net 
  • Karenni Civil Society Network – KCSN
           kcsn2010@gmail.com 
  • Ta’ang Students and Youth Organization – TSYO
           www.palaungland.org 
  • Arakan Rivers Network – ARN
          arakarnrivers@gmail.com 
  • Kayan New Generation Youth – KNGY
           kngy.org@gmail.com 
           www.kngymm.org 
  • Kuki Women Human Rights Organization – KWHRO
           kwhro@gmail.com , kwhro_hq@gmail.com 
  • Shan Sapawa
           shansapawa9@gmail.com 
           www.salweenwatch.org 
  • Future Thanlwin – FT
           scoewba10@gmail.com 
  • Chin Rivers Network - CRN
 BRN's Paternerss
  • Burma Environmental Working Group - BEWG
    http://www.bewg.org 

  • Save the Salween Network – SSN
  •  Myanmar Mining Watch Network – MMWN
  •  Union of  Karenni State Youth – UKSY
  •  Mon Youth Salween Network - MYSN
  •  International Rivers – IR
           www.internationalrivers.org 
  • Mekong Energy and Ecology Network – MEE Net

  •  Towards Ecological Recovery Regional Alliances – TERRA
 
 Other Links
  •  Foundation for Ecological Recovery
           www.terraper.org
  •  Living Rivers Siam
           www.livingriversiam.org/ 
  • The World Commission on Dams
           www.dams.org 
  • Anti-Tamanthi Dam Committee
  • Border Green Energy Team
           http://www.bget.org/  
 
  • Save the Mekong Coalition
           www.savethemekong.org  
 

 Message From Burma Rivers Network

Large dams are being constructed on all of Burma’s major rivers and tributaries by Chinese, Thai and Indian companies. The dams are causing displacement, militarization, human rights abuses, and irreversible environmental damage, threatening the livelihoods and food security of millions. The power and revenues generated are going to the military regime and neighbouring countries.

There is complete military control of energy development in Burma and no processes that allow for information disclosure, public participation or implementation of proper standards for dam-building. Neighbouring countries benefit from this situation by gaining electricity without bearing the social and environmental costs.

To ensure transparency and accountability, the recognition of rights, and social justice in energy development projects, a democratically-elected government is needed in Burma. All investments in large dam projects in Burma must be stopped until that time, when sustainable energy policies can be developed.

The Burma Rivers Network invites you to join us to protect the health and biodiversity of river ecosystems, and to protect the rights of communities negatively impacted by large-scale river development. Please contact us at brn.burmariversnetwork@gmail.com or visit this website for updates on current campaigns.

 

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