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Memory for Change

Filed in Activities by on November 10, 2014
Memory for Change

Memory for Change Memorialisation as an Alternative or Complementary TJ Measure: Exchange and Policy Development in Asia Impunity Watch, Swisspeace and Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA) organized the workshop about “Memorialisation as an Alternative or Complementary TJ Measure – Exchange and Policy Development in Asia” took place from Monday 3 November to […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Memorialisation as an Alternative or Complementary TJ Measure – Exchange and Policy Development in Asia

Filed in Other Press releases & Statements by on November 10, 2014
PRESS RELEASE: Memorialisation as an Alternative or Complementary TJ Measure – Exchange and Policy Development in Asia

PRESS RELEASE BANGKOK, THAILAND, 7 NOVEMBER 2014 – Impunity Watch, together with swisspeace and Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA), is pleased to announce that its event, “Memorialisation as an Alternative or Complementary TJ Measure – Exchange and Policy Development in Asia” took place the past week, from Monday 3 November to Friday […]

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Workshop on Memorialization

Filed in Activities by on October 30, 2014
Workshop on Memorialization

Impunity Watch and ND-Burma held a two-day workshop in Chiang Mai on the subject of Transitional Justice efforts in Burma. The workshop was in preparation for a five-day exchange of ideas for upcoming workshop, with the meeting being attended by a varied number of organizations including: 1. AAPP (Assistance Association for Political Prisoners) 2. Burmese […]

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Press Release: The death of freelance journalist Aung Kyaw Naing, aka Par Gyi.

Filed in Other Press releases & Statements by on October 29, 2014

Press Release: The death of freelance journalist Aung Kyaw Naing, aka Par Gyi 27th October 2014 The death of well known freelance journalist Aung Kyaw Naing, aka Par Gyi, while in military custody in Kyaikmayaw Township, Mon State, comes as a shocking reminder of how extrajudicial killings, arbitrary detention and torture are still being used […]

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