8 February 2017 For Immediate Press Release ND-Burma today releases its 2016 report on the human rights situation in Burma/Myanmar, which shows a dramatic increase
The followings are reports published by Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma.
“If liberty means anything at all it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” George Orwell In December 2016, investigative reporter Ko Soe Moe Tun was found dead at the side of a road in Monywa, north-west of Mandalay. He had been beaten with wooden sticks and died as a result of a skull fracture. At the time of his murder he had been
“They have received no aid since October and have barely any food left.
In October 2016, amid renewed violence in Rakhine state, it was reported that “dozens” of women had been raped by Burma/Myanmar army soldiers. The story shocked international media and
The Burma Army has targeted and attacked ethnic groups for nearly 20 years, thus leading them to flee their country and seek refuge in foreign countries.
Media advisory: New report by Network for Human Rights Documentation-Burma (ND- Burma) documents an escalation in Human Rights Violations in the first six months 2016
Media Advisory: New report by Network for Human Rights Documentation-Burma (ND-Burma) documenting on-going human rights abuses in year 2015 in Burma Date: 29 February 2016 ND-Burma has documented 84 human rights violations in Burma between January and December 2015 in its periodic report released today. The violations documented during this period occurred in areas of armed conflict but also in areas covered by ceasefires. The report highlights torture as one
Media Release: Date: 11 June 2015 ND-Burma releases its new report about acknowledgement and
Media Advisory: New report by Network for Human Rights Documentation-Burma details continuing human rights violations by Burmese military against its citizens Date: 10 March 2015 ND-Burma has published its periodic report covering the second-mid period of 2014 and focuses on 107 documented cases of human rights violations in Burma from July to December 2014. The violations documented during these six months occurred in areas of armed conflict but also in
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 rights issues highlighted in this report: torture, extra-judicial killing, illegal arrests and detentions, arbitrary taxation,