Short Description: To address the lack of face mask and alcohol gel among ethnic and migrant communities in Thailand, the students and teachers at Ban Nai Soi Community Learning Center produced instruction videos in local languages on how to make them.
Central Market in Phnom Penh is normally engulfed in traffic and pollution, during lockdown however was different — what is normally a chaotic and over-stimulating experience, was calm and peaceful. The city with few or no cars as observed during the pandemic should really motivate us to accelerate a transition towards more livable cities that are less dependent on combustion engines and private mobility and less polluted.
This policy brief is an outcome of the previous international conference entitled “Weaving the Threads of Migration, Sustainable Development and The Pandemic”
The pandemic has had a profound impact in terms of lives lost, as well as the way we live and work. Quarantine, lockdowns, work from home and social distancing are here to stay until the pandemic is under control.
With support of China Medical Board, WIEGO and individual donors, SEA Junction is pleased to announce that after careful review we have selected and provided grants for the following organizations and activities.
The Special Summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on Myanmar has begun in Jakarta today amid controversy over the expected attendance of Myanmar’s coup leader, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
In Southeast Asia, as in other parts of the world, COVID-19 vaccines have become the object of desire for those who are impatiently waiting to be protected
Dear Partners and Friends of SEA Junction, Last month, we successfully held the photo exhibition “The Mekong is Blue and Dried” to advocate for the Mekong River’s deteriorating ecosystem. It was accompanied with the panel discussion during the launch and Media Talk (in Thai) during the weekend. For those who missed it, you can find the executive…
Dear Partners and Friends of SEA Junction, As the year draws to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to take a look back to 2020 and forward to 2021. Ending the year with a conference and two photo exhibitions, in December SEA Junction has partnered with Chulalongkorn University to celebrate Migration Day,…
When it comes to statement masks, nothing beats the chutzpah of bilat (vagina) masks that were stitched by women inside the prisons of Iloilo City.