The Dirty List Reports
Burma Briefing No. 43 In 2002, Burma Campaign UK published the first ‘Dirty List’ of companies directly or indirectly helping the military dictatorship in Burma, or which were linked to human rights violations. The ‘Dirty List’ was a tactic to…Read More...
Exposing how the insurance industry supports Burma’s dictatorsRead More...
A report by the Shwe Gas Movement on how Burma’s military dictatorship could earn over US$12 billion in profits from western Burma gas fieldsRead More...
This report investigates the role of French oil giant TOTAL Oil in fuelling the oppressive dictatorship in Burma. Key findings of the report include: TOTAL as the largest European corporate funder of the regime. The Yadana gas project, in which…Read More...
- Hsipaw public gather to oppose Naypyidaw’s new budget allocation for Upper Yeywa dam
- EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström must drop proposal to remove Burma trade privileges
- The Foreign Office is finally changing its approach to Burma, but by how much?
- 160 British Parliamentarians call on Prime Minister to support Myanmar International Criminal Court referral
- Burma Army conscripts porters, detains elderly and children during “clearance operations” near Upper Yeywa dam site in N. Shan State; arrests, tortures villagers in S. Shan State
- Aid to Burma
- Arms Embargo
- Aung San Suu Kyi
- Crimes Against Humanity
- Crisis in Eastern Burma
- Crisis in Kachin State
- Cyclone Nargis
- Persecution of the Rohingya
- Political Prisoners
- Rape and Sexual Violence
- Targeted Sanctions
- The 2010 Election
- The Dirty List
- The Total Campaign
- The United Nations and Burma
- Trade and Investment