Press Releases and Statements

The Continuation of Human Rights Violations in Burma's Transition to Democracy

Media Advisory: The Continuation of Human Rights Violations in Burma’s Transition to Democracy (May 9 2012)  The Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma (ND-Burma) has released a periodic report that has highlighted the human rights situation in Burma from March 2011 – March 2012, the period marking President Thein Sein and his government being in office. During that reporting period, 415 cases of human rights violations were committed by

ND-Burma Periodic Report demonstrates that human rights situation in Burma remains dire

Media Advisory: ND-Burma Periodic Report demonstrates that human rights situation in Burma remains direThe Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma (ND-Burma) has released a periodic report which has documented the human rights situations in Burma during the period January – September 2011. The report documents 261 cases of human rights violations committed by the government and its supporters in the 14 states and regions throughout Burma.

Report on the Human Rights Situation in Burma

Information Release: Report on the Human Rights Situation in Burma (January – March 2011) Information Release Date: 18 May 2011 The Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma (ND-Burma) launches its periodic report online. The findings of this report demonstrate from January through March 2011 ongoing human rights violations committed by the regime and its proxies after the Election and just become new structure.

Press Release - ND-Burma Arbitrary Taxation Report on 1st Sept 2010

New report reveals ‘The Hidden Impact of Burma’s Arbitrary and Corrupt Taxation’ The Network for Human Rights Documentation- Burma (ND-Burma) released its first report, “We have to give them so much that our stomachs are empty of food: The Hidden Impact of Burma’s Arbitrary and Corrupt Taxation.”  Based on 342 interviews, the report reveals how widespread, arbitrary taxation damages the country’s economy, exacerbates poverty, and contributes to the ongoing and

MEDIA ADVISORY: Launch of ND-Burma’s report “The Hidden Impact of Burma’s Arbitrary and Corrupt Taxation”

The Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma (ND-Burma) will hold a press conference to launch its new report “The Hidden Impact of Burma’s Arbitrary and Corrupt Taxation.” ND Burma, through meticulous research and documentation, reveals the military regime’s corrupt and cruel system of taxation and the devastating impact this has on the people of Burma.  The report exposes the military regime’s use of taxation as a tool of repression.

The Hidden Impact of Burma’s Arbitrary and Corrupt Taxation’

The Network for Human Rights Documentation- Burma (ND-Burma) released its first report, “We have to give them so much that our stomachs are empty of food: The Hidden Impact of Burma’s Arbitrary and Corrupt Taxation.” Based on 342 interviews, the report reveals how widespread, arbitrary taxation damages the country’s economy, exacerbates poverty, and contributes to the ongoing and systematic violation of the people’s most basic right to an adequate standard