They express frustration that a probe into a China-backed copper mine has yielded no results.
A new report says governments in several Asian nations tightly clamp down on civil society groups.
Local government officials agree to study grievances of farmers who clash with police over occupied land.
Unions and employers are urged to agree on higher minimum pay for factory workers.
Police clash with villagers reclaiming land they say was confiscated 10 years ago.
Unions and trade organizations remain far apart on monthly salaries for garment and footwear workers.
Residents say their electricity was cut off by local officials angry over election results.
But critics say the group behind the drive is subject to influence from the ruling party.
The Cambodian premier's son will join several children of top officials of the ruling party in contesting national elections.
A Buddhist mob attacks a Muslim school and shops in rare violence in the Burmese former capital.
Security personnel assigned to protect Preah Vihear temple had lacked water for months.
The lower house of parliament backs a former Supreme Court director general for the slot.
A Shan monk says refugees from his ethnic group are among the hardest hit by fighting in Burma’s Kachin state.
Government negotiators meet with the United Nationalities Federal Council in Chiang Mai.
Cambodia will use a portion of the national budget to pay the factory employees their back wages.
Burmese villagers launch signature campaign in bid to ask U.N. help to halt a controversial copper mine.
A Kachin religious leader says soldiers from the Burmese ethnic group are forcing children to serve.
Displaced persons in Burma’s Kachin state say their homes were broken into while they fled to camps to avoid fierce battles between rebels and the military.
Cambodian villagers fear displacement and destruction of ancestral land.
Cambodian garment workers say they are owed two months of wages after their factory owner fled the country.
New rules against Cambodian lawyers are expected to discourage them from using the media to assert the legal rights of oppressed groups.
The special rapporteur on human rights travels to Burma to investigate camps for the displaced in Rakhine and Kachin states.
Cambodia instructs radio and TV stations to get permission for guests discussing legal topics.
Burma acknowledges its political prisoners and creates a committee to work towards their release.
Investment in Cambodia from Chinese companies is devastating the country's natural resources, an opposition party politician says.
Thousands lack health care and provisions eight months after violence shook western Burma.
Burma's 88 Generation Students Group works with lawyers to give legal advice.
Not all Cambodians freed in a royal pardon may have been eligible for release.
Legislators are working to strengthen controls over the purchase of acid—a common weapon in Cambodian attacks.
A UN official urges the Burmese government to allow assistance to tens of thousands of people displaced by violence.