EU-trained Burma police attack peaceful protesters with rubber bullets and tear gas
EU Must Halt Burma Police Training Programme
Kachin activists Nang Pu, Lum Zawng and Zau Jat have been sentenced to six months for organising peaceful protests in support of villagers who fled Burmese army attacks. Take action.
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This report published by MPs on the International Development Committee says the UK can no longer continue with ‘business as usual’ and calls for a complete review of UK policy on Burma.
The Dirty List names international companies doing business with the military in Burma or involved in projects where there are human rights violations or environmental destruction.