A delegation of women from Burma spoke in the British Parliament today about ongoing human rights abuses, aid, and the political situation in Burma.
The delegation of three women are on a ten day visit to the UK. The delegation consists of Jessica Nhkum from Kachin Women’s Association Thailand, Rosalinn Zahau from Chin Human Rights Organization, and Pippa Curwen from Burma Relief Centre.
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At the Unison Women’s Conference
Emily Butler at Burma Campaign UK’s stall today at the Unison Women’s Conference in Brighton –
raising awareness and recruiting supporters!
Think everything’s ok in Burma now?
Kyaw Hla Aung is a human rights defender and Rohingya community leader. He is on trial after his arrest in July 2013 on politically motivated charges.
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Mark Farmaner, director of the Burma Campaign, told IBTimes UK that the pipeline construction was linked with a greater military presence.
“We have seen an increase in militarisation and human rights abuses, including a big increase of rape and sexual abuse in areas the pipeline is due to go through,” he said.
“This is not helping the people of Burma”.
Think everything’s okay in Burma now?
Think everything’s ok in Burma now? Since Thein Sein became President more than 250,000 people have fled their homes because of attacks and human rights abuses.
Awareness raising campaign launched by Burma Campaign UK, October 2013.