The EarthRights School Burma Alumni are human rights and enviromental activists from diverse ethnic backgrounds. They form part of the vibrant and well-informed civil society in Burma and communities along the Thai-Burma border working to better the lives of their country and people.

Though the work of the Burma alumni is spread throughout the country, they often organize reunions. to share their ideas, successes and draw support from each other. In January, ERI's alumni coordinator and the alumni held a workshop in the Burmese capital of Rangoon.

Throughout Burma, independence leader Bogyoke Aung San's birthday is celebrated as Children's Day. Alumni organization Wimutti Volunteer Group (WVG) organized an event in Rangoon's Bokyoke Gardens to child rights with a group of children in their informal education program.

The Ta-ang Students and Youth Organization (TSYO) boasts many EarthRights Schools alumni among its members, working with ethnic Ta'ang people in remote areas of Northern Shan State. With the support of the Small Grants Program, they have recently released a report about destructive development and illegal land confiscation in their communities.
Founded and run by Burma School alumni, the Karenni Social Development Center (SDC) works in Mae Hong Son on the Thai-Burma Border. They train future leaders from refugee and migrant communities in human rights, environmental issues, law and capacity building in their communities.