The SHWE Gas Movement: For a Sustainable Future in a Free and Democratic Burma

For a Sustainable Future in a Free and Democratic Burma

Home

About SHWE

SHWE Stakeholders

Issues

Publications

News

Photos

Related Links

Take Action

Join Our Mailing List

Boycott/Divestment

Letter Writing Campaign

Volunteer

Give us Feedback

Contact Us


Take Action!

There are many things you as an individual can do to help us stop the Shwe Project before it is too late! Here are some places to begin:

Sign our online petition: Please take a few minutes to read and sign our global petition.

Press Conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 13, 2005Boycott/Divestment Campaigns: Many companies are investing in Burma. Just as boycott and divestment campaigns were effective in helping end South African apartheid, so too can similar campaigns help the oppressed people of Burma. Whether you help persuade your university, your company, or family members to divest and/or stop using blacklisted products, here is a list of companies you should stay away from--and a very effective way to help stop disastrous Shwe project from reaching completion.

Letter Writing Campaign: (Automated letters coming soon). Write a letter to the companies and governments involved. Tell the United Nations, the European Union or the United States to take a more forceful stand against the Burmese junta. Here you'll find addresses and other information to get you started speaking truth to power.

Volunteer: Join the SHWE Gas Movement. The most important thing you can do is help spread the word about our campaign! Click here to learn more about how you can hold hands with the SHWE Gas Movement.

Join Our Mailing List: (not yet active) News updates, upcoming events, and developments in the SHWE Gas Movement. Stay informed!

Give us Feedback: We're only human. What can we do better?

home about us online petition tell a friend contact us

Please share your thoughts about this website and this campaign! Write to feedback (at) shwe.org

Copyright © 2004-5 SHWE Gas Movement