Aung San Suu Kyi Reports
This Briefing Paper discusses how rather than this election being an improvement on the last, it will be less free and fair. More people will be disenfranchised in this election than the last, and those disenfranchised are almost all from…Read More...
Briefing by Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK, Burma Campaign UK and Justice4Rohingya UK The British government has not done all it can to ensure justice and accountability for the violations of international law against the Rohingya and other ethnic groups in…Read More...
As British Prime Minister, David Cameron made critical decisions on international policy towards Burma which helped to create the conditions whereby the Burmese military believed they could get away with genocide of the Rohingya, and continue human rights violations against…Read More...
Burma State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi arrives in the UK on Friday 5th May as part of a week-long visit to Europe, having also visited Belgium and Italy. This briefing has ten questions that British government ministers and…Read More...
Burma Briefing No. 42 The commentary briefing paper argues that the international community has yet to develop a strategy for effectively promoting human rights under the new political structure in Burma, which now has two power bases, the military, and…Read More...
A report by Altsean-Burma showing how the by-elections on 1 April cannot be considered free or fair. On 1 April, more than six million Burmese are eligible to go to the polls to elect less than 7% of the total…Read More...
A report from Harvard Law School, commissioned by some of the most respected jurists in international law, using the UN’s own reports to highlight how Burma’s generals have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity.Read More...
Report by the NCGUB on events leading up to, during and following the September 2007 “Saffron Revolution” protests in Burma.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