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Events

Protect Our Children from Toxic Pesticides
Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (PAN AP) launches its Children and Pesticides Campaign on 5 June 2014 in conjunction with World Environment Day.

Latest Updates

Press Release
30 July 2014
Women farmer leaders and CSO representatives from the different states in India are meeting for the Rural Women’s Leadership Training in Chennai, Tamil Nadu since 27 July to 01 August 2014. The 6-day...

Press Release by PAN International
15 July 2014
Pesticide Action Network (PAN) International welcomes the Human Rights Council resolution, adopted Jun 26 2014, to develop an international, legally binding mechanism to hold transnational...

Ringlet, Cameron Highlands
05 June 2014
PAN AP kicked off the Children and Pesticides Campaign in Malaysia on 5 June 2014 with a Workshop with school children at a primary school the SRK (Tamil) Ringlet, in Cameron Highlands, Pahang....

Press Release by PAN International
05 June 2014
On World Environment Day Pesticide Action Network (PAN) calls on citizens and governments to take action on highly toxic pesticides and make the planet a safer place. PAN has released an updated list...

Press Release
05 June 2014
PENANG, Malaysia – With the world using about 50 times more pesticides today than six decades ago, their harmful impact on the environment and human health has increased alarmingly – and evidence is...

Media Update
28 May 2014
As the world commemorates the International Day of Action for Women's Health, rural women continue to speak up on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). The travelling journal on SRHR,...

Feature Story
27 May 2014
Mae Sot, a bordertown roughly 500 kilometers northwest of Bangkok, is a major hub for the garment industry in Thailand. In this town, Burmese migrant workers, who comprise 80% of Thailand's migrant...

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