The followings are human right reports about Burma, published by ND-Burma member organizations.

Monopoly Tea Farms

The Ta’ang (Palaung) people are traditionally tea cultivators,…

Burma’s Navy Attacks Civilians’ Livelihood

An Account on Land Confiscation and Human Rights Violations…

AAPP and Burmese Women’s Union (2004) Women political prisoners in Burma

For the women who continue to struggle against the dictatorship…

AAPP (2010) 10 Years On

Moe Aye was born in Mandalay in 1964 and was a student at the…

AAPP and United States Campaign for Burma (2008) The Future in the Dark

The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners…

Eastward Bound

Summary of   key  findings The report documents 133 verified…

AAPP (2005) The Darkness We See

There is an increased focus on the conditions for prisoners…

Driven Away: Trafficking of Kachin Women on the China-Burma Border

An alarming trend is developing in ethnic Kachin communities…

AAPP (2004) A land where Buddhist Monks are Disrobed

In Burma, anyone can be detained for being involved in human…

AAPP (2001) Spirit for Survival

To survive, one needs mental power. It can bring not only physical…