Human Rights | Lao Tribune

Category Human Rights

PowerChina Invests Over US$ 2 Billion In Laos

KPL) Laos, a landlocked country with abundant natural rivers, has an ambitious vision of becoming the Battery of Asia. Meanwhile, energy development is considered a key for poverty reduction in Laos.Despite being among small countries in ASEAN, Laos ha...Read More

Security Laws Making Australia a Secretive State, Media Leaders Say

SYDNEY - Media organizations say Australia has become a secretive state that is actively restricting the press. The leaders of the country's major newspapers and broadcasters have made the claims at the first public hearing of a parliamentary inquiry i...Read More

Child Rights Strengthened Through Youth Participation

(KPL) To mark the 15th Anniversary of Lao Youth Media (2004 � 2019), youth media teams from Phongsaly, Bokeo, Huaphan, Xieng Khuang, Luang Namtha, Oudomxay, Sayaboury, Luang Prabang and Vientiane provinces have met in Oudoxmay to discuss progress, cha...Read More

Children’s Home Foundation Launched

(KPL) The Children's Home Foundation (CHHF) was launched in Vientiane last Friday, July 26 to promote child education and culture.The foundation has been established with an aim to promote education and cultural development of Lao children. It is suppo...Read More

Laos: 70 Years Of The 1949 Geneva Conventions Commemorated

(KPL) Representatives of the Government of the Lao PDR, the diplomatic community and Lao Red Cross gathered in Vientiane on July 25 to commemorate 70 years since the adoption of the 1949 Geneva Conventions.The four Geneva Conventions continue to inspir...Read More