Arms Embargo Reports
UN expert urges Security Council resolution to stop weapons fueling spike in military attacks on civilians This report by the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights in Myanmar, Tom Andrews, identifies States, including two permanent members of…Read More...
This briefing answers questions about our campaign for sanctions on aviation fuel. Since the attempted coup on 1st February 2021 there has been unprecedented resistance to the military. In a desperate attempt to try to control the country, the military…Read More...
This briefing paper details the decades-long relationship between Serbia and the Burmese military. This includes arms sales and discussions on increasing defence co-operation taking place as recently as 2019. Serbia, as a long-term supplier of arms to the Burmese military,…Read More...
Twelve countries are involved in military training and/or cooperation with the Burmese military, despite its human rights record. With the exception of Pakistan, the countries on this list have all made agreements to continue or even increase military training and…Read More...
In this briefing, Amnesty International presents evidence that the Myanmar military has killed at least hundreds of Rohingya women, men, and children; raped and perpetrated other forms of sexual violence on Rohingya women and girls; and carried out organized, targeted…Read More...
Amnesty International report calling for the United Nations Security Council to immediately impose a mandatory arms embargo on Burma.Read More...
Report by Amnesty International, Saferworld and other NGOsRead More...
A briefing paper on India’s increasingly close relationship with the regime in Burma, supplying arms, loans and making significant investments in the country.Read More...
- New UK Burma sanctions welcome – Aviation fuel must be next
- Open Letter to ASEAN Defence Ministers
- Denied and Deprived: Local communities confronting the humanitarian crisis and protection challenges in Southeast Burma
- ASEAN: Decision on humanitarian assistance on Myanmar must include all related parties to avoid aid weaponization by the junta
- 56 Companies Added to Burma ‘Dirty List’
- Aid to Burma
- Arms Embargo
- Aung San Suu Kyi
- British policy on Burma
- 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