Indigenous women from across Asia, such as Norairri Thoungmuengthong of the Karen community in Thailand, are leading and encouraging fellow women in efforts to manage and protect local forests, through the reclaiming of their voice in local politics, where they are pushing for policies and initiatives that support both sustainable traditional harvesting practices and economies, and regenerative forests for climate stability and generations to come. This report from Rights and Resources Initiative shares handful of case studies demonstrating how Asian Indigenous women are protecting their lands, forests and community rights through growing involvement in local and international politics. Photo credit: Rights + Resources