Mitharsuu

Mitharsuu means ‘family’ in Burmese, and indeed, EarthRights School is a family I became a part of, this summer. Leaving them, therefore, reminded me of…

Winding it up

The last couple of weeks have been extremely busy at EarthRights School. Students are about to leave for their 6-week-long field research, one of the…

Chiang Khong Field Trip

I have learned so much during the field trips provided by ERI training team here in Thailand. We just had the last (and the most…

Exploring Pai

I got back from the Chiang Khong field trip today and I am excited to write about the week I just spent. I had the…

Recreation

There are a couple of students I help with writing skills at night, and yesterday I was thinking about a topic they could write a…

Work so far

Teaching and Learning So much happens every week at ERI that it takes a while to sink in. I have completed 5 weeks of my…

P Phrue

Jolly, easy-going, and persistent are some words one can use to describe Phrue Odochao, the son of Jorni Odochao from my last post. The day…

Sorrow and Hope

The highlight of fourth week at ERI was the field trip to Nong Tao village. Students started this week by learning about climate change and…

Anthropological Perspective

I’ve completed half of my internship at EarthRights International and I have four weeks left now. This is a good time to ponder over the…