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AAPP Monthly Chronology of June 2014

Filed in Member Reports, Press releases & Statements by on July 16, 2014
AAPP Monthly Chronology of June 2014

Summary of the current Situation As of June‟s end, there are sixtyfive political prisoners incarcerated in Burma, with 102 activists currently awaiting trial for political actions. Notwithstanding the president‟s commitment to the release of all political prisoners by the end of 2013, the number of political incarcerations has been steadily increasing since the beginning of […]

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Burma/Myanmar: Drop charges against Chin activists; end impunity for sexual violence

Filed in Member Reports, Press releases & Statements by on July 16, 2014
Burma/Myanmar: Drop charges against Chin activists; end impunity for sexual violence

Tuesday 15 July 2014 PRESS RELEASE: for immediate release Burma:Drop charges against Chin activists; end impunity for sexual violence [Chiang Mai, Thailand] The Chin Human Rights Organization (CHRO) today condemned the Government of Burma for pursuing legal proceedings against 8 Chin activists who demonstrated against sexual violence perpetrated by Burma Army soldiers, and failing to […]

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In Pursuit of Justice: Reflections on the past and hopes for the future of Burma

Filed in Member Reports, Press releases & Statements by on July 16, 2014
In Pursuit of Justice: Reflections on the past and hopes for the future of Burma

Media release In Pursuit of Justice: Reflections on the past and hopes for the future of Burma Human Rights Foundation of Monland – Burma (HURFOM) In order for Burma to successfully transition towards genuine democracy and national reconciliation, the Burmese government must address, and act upon, the specific needs expressed by victims of past human […]

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One Family,Three Generations

Filed in Videos by on April 7, 2014

In February 2010, Burma Issues conducted a field trip inside Karen State to raise internally displaced persons’ (IDPs) awareness of the upcoming elections. While they were watching a video, the township where the IDPs were staying was attacked by the Burmese Military’s Army. They had to flee into the jungle and our cameraman decided to […]

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