ND-Burma Reports

In this file photo, displaced Karen villagers are forced to uproot their lives and move because of conflict. (PHOTO: DVB)

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 ceasefire agreements. Among the documented violations, which the group said are “just a fraction of

ND-Burma quarterly Human Rights violations update (July - September, 2009)

Quarterly Report about the Human Rights situation in Burma from ND-Burma bulletins (1st July – 30th September 2009) This report details; The number of bulletins ND Burma has received during this period. The type of information sent by organizations (to avoid creating an overlap of bulletins among ND Burma members) The type of violations, committed by SPDC troops during this period. The place where the violations occurred. The dates when