Last Month in Parliament
Parliamentary Questions this month include: Burmese elections, Rape and sexual violence in conflict, Rohingya, war crimes, military training, funding through religious organisations, national ceasefire, Andy Hall as well as migrant workers and refugees in Thailand.
Parliamentary Questions this month include: the upcoming Burmese elections, the situation for the Rohingya and the Kachin, anti-Muslim activities, aid, British training of the Burmese army, ethnic allies excluded from VJ Day celebrations, British companies in Burma, political prisoners, sanctions and war crimes.
Parliamentary Questions on Burma this month include: Political Prisoners, Rohingya, 2015 Elections, UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security, International Convention on Civil and Political Rights, Religious Conversion Law and a House of Commons debate on Human Rights in Burma.
Parliamentary Questions on Burma this month include: Political Prisoners, Rape and Sexual Violence by the Burmese army and the Declaration to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, Human Rights Activist Andy Hall, Supply of Rice to IDPs in Kachin State and Support to the Back Pack Health Worker Team.
Parliamentary Questions relating to Burma this month include: Aid, Support to the Burmese Parliament, Rohingya and Violence against Muslims, Religious Intolerance and Human Rights Abuses, Rape, Sexual Violence and PSVI, military training and Refugees on the Thai-Burma Border.
Parliamentary questions relating to Burma this month include: Andy Hall, the recent census, prevention of hate speech, humanitarian access to Rakhine state, the Inter-faith Marriage Bill, the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence and Sexual Violence in Conflict, PSVI, Chin state, aid and healthcare, Zaw Pe, free media and other political prisoners, National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security, UNHCR, International Inquiry in to war crimes and crimes against humanity, human rights violations, unlawful arrest and torture, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, freedom of religion and belief, military training, ceasefire and child soldiers.
Parliamentary questions relating to Burma this month include: the Global Summit on Sexual Violence, the use of rape as a weapon of war by the Burmese Army, child soldiers, whether genocide of the Rohingya exists in Burma, the UK government's assessment of Burma's recent census, the jailing of Zaw Pe and other journalists, international aid, the 2015 elections and chemical plants.
Parliamentary questions relating to Burma this month include: Burma's military training, the Rohingya, travel documentation, what economic links the UK have with Burma and responsible international investment, recent reports on the situation for religious minorities, human trafficking and prison inmates in the UK.
Parliamentary questions relating to Burma this month include: the proposed marriage bill, the census and recognition of the Rohingya, the expulsion of Médicins Sans Frontières from the Rakhine state, whether Burma plans to open a country office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and what steps the Burmese Government have made to prevent sexual violence allegedly committed by its military.
Parliamentary questions relating to Burma this month include: the persecution of Christians in the Rohingya and Kachin tribes, violence against Rohingya Muslims, humanitarian access and human rights, PSVI, the up and coming census, political prisoners, drug eradication and illegal drugs, military training, UNICEF office and peace building.
Parliamentary questions relating to Burma this month include: assessment of levels of violence in Arakan state, political prisoners, rape and sexual violence committed by members of the Burmese army, Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative, Anti-Muslim violence, humanitarian aid, military training and the Burmese army and Burma's census.
Parliamentary questions relating to Burma this month include: Rohingya, political prisoners, torture, rape and sexual violence, Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative, Shan and Kachin states, human rights, encouragement of interfaith dialogue, international law, child soldiers, aid , military training, speaker Shwe Mann, government expenditure, arms embargo, UN Special Rapporteur on Burma, UN General Assembly, Andy Hall, Burmese civil society, women, wildlife, trade and investment.