Jun 02, 2015This documentary, filmed by Kwe Ka Lu Team, is about the story of the impact of Dawei Special Economic Zone in Southern Burma. It was produced by Kwe Ka Lu in partnership with Communities Sustainable Livelihood and Development (CSLD), and supported by Karen Environmental and Social Action Network (KESAN).
Jun 02, 2015On March 14, 2013, about 2,000 internally displaced people and villagers from the Wei Gyi area gathered at Ei Htu Hta Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp on the Salween riverbank to mark the International Day of Action for Rivers and Against Dams in an event organized by Karen Rivers Watch (KRW) and its local member Salween Eyes (SEE). The event, organized to raise local voices about current and future impacts, was joined by environmental activists from other areas. The ceremony was also attended by community leaders from Dawei, who are resisting massive development projects in their area, including dams. As part of the ceremonies, Christian, Buddhist, and Animist religious rituals were conducted. Afterwards, participants shouted the following slogans: -Our priority need is: Peace, Peace, Peace! -What we want is: No dams on the Salween River! -Why we are calling for this: our Salween River must flow free -All planned dams on the Salween River must be stopped!
Jun 02, 2015
Jun 02, 2015