Health workers play an integral role in the fabric of Myanmar society. Health is a human right, and subsequently that right to life is a core principle enshrined in human rights treaties, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. And yet – the military junta disregards the value of civilian lives, and has gone as far to destroy health infrastructure and violently assault health workers treating injured protesters or supporters of the pro-democracy
ND-Burma formed in 2004 in order to provide a way for Burma human rights organizations to collaborate on the human rights documentation process.
The 13 ND-Burma member organizations seek to collectively use the truth of what communities in Burma have endured to advocate for justice for victims.
ND-Burma trains local organizations in human rights documentation; coordinates members’ input into a common database using Martus, a secure open-source software; and engages in joint-advocacy campaigns.
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- The Human Rights Foundation of Monland Releases a New Briefer, “The Rise of Pro-Junta Militias in Southeastern Burma”
- The Rise of Pro-Junta Militias in Southeastern Burma
- Latest Report by the Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma Finds Crimes Against Humanity, War Crimes Perpetrated by the Myanmar Junta￼