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New report by Kachin Women’s Association Thailand: Burmese military strategies fueling Kachin drug crisis

New report by Kachin Women’s Association Thailand: Burmese military strategies fueling Kachin drug crisis

New report by Kachin Women’s Association Thailand: Burmese military strategies fueling Kachin drug crisis Date: 8 October 2014 A new report exposes how anti-insurgency strategies of the Burma Army are fuelling the drug crisis in Kachin areas, particularly since the renewal of conflict against the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) in 2011. “Silent Offensive” by the […]

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AAPP-B Monthly Chronology for September 2014

AAPP-B Monthly Chronology for September 2014

Summary of the current Situation As of September’s end, there are 80 activists incarcerated in Burma, with 130 activists currently awaiting trial for political actions. Section 18 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Act continues to account for a large number of these arrests and incarcerations. The following is an analysis of media coverage […]

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Human rights abuses still ‘rampant’ in Burma: Report

Filed in News by on September 4, 2014
Human rights abuses still ‘rampant’ in Burma: Report

An alliance of rights groups revealed on Thursday that they have documented 103 cases of human rights abuse in Burma since the start of 2014. A 21-page report by the Network for Human Rights Documentation-Burma (ND-Burma), released on Thursday, claimed that violations are still “rampant” in conflict areas as well as in territories currently under […]

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Report on the Human Rights Situation in Burma (January – June, 2014)

Filed in Periodic Report, Press Releases and Statements by on August 13, 2014
Report on the Human Rights Situation in Burma (January – June, 2014)

Media Advisory: New report by Network for Human Rights Documentation-Burma (ND-Burma) documenting on-going human rights abuses in Burma Date: 14 August 2014 ND-Burma has published its periodic report covering the first half of 2014, focusing on 103 documented cases of human rights violations in Burma from January to June, 2014. There are many serious human […]

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