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ND-Burma December justice news:  Mon rights organisation details 22 years of rights abuses in Mon state and clear demands for justice from government; Conflict ramps up in Shan and Kachin; Ta'ang lawyer arbitrarily arrested and tortured; Reuters journalists on trial...

Seeking Justice in Burma December 2017 New ND-Burma member report details victims’ demands for justice ND-Burma member the Human Rights Foundation of Monland (HURFOM) published a new reportdetailing human rights abuses by the military and ethnic armed organizations in Mon areas of Burma over the last 22 years. Having conducted dozens of interviews, HURFOM found that victims overwhelmingly want justice in the form of acknowledgments, apologies, reparations or criminal justice. Conflict

ND-Burma update finds continued impunity for human rights violations

ND-Burma update on the human rights situation finds continued impunity for abuses 15 August 2017 For Immediate Press Release Press release in Burmese ND-Burma update on the human rights situation – English ND-Burma update on the human rights situation – Burmese ND-Burma’s update (English Burmese) has found that grave human rights violations such as killings and torture are ongoing in conflict areas. Sadly, impunity for abuses continues to be the

Acknowledgment and Rehabilitation of Torture Survivors is Key to Building Peace and Democracy

International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, 26 June 2016 Acknowledgment and Rehabilitation of Torture Survivors is Key to Building Peace and Democracy The Network for Human Rights-Documentation-Burma (ND-Burma), Wimutti Volunteer Group (WVG), Ta’ang Women Organisation (TWO) and Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR)are calling for acknowledgment and rehabilitation of torture survivors. ND-Burma, WVG and TWO, AJAR are jointly organising a public event in Yangon to mark the International Day