British policy on Burma Reports
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...
This short position paper comes from members of the UK’s civil society Atrocity Prevention Working Group. In it we set out, drawing upon our collective expertise and as a contribution to the ongoing Integrated Review of international policy, how the…Read More...
The Lift the Ban coalition of over 200 non-profit organisations, think tanks, businesses, trade unions and faith groups, is calling on the UK Government to give people seeking asylum and their adult dependants the right to work after they have…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 Briefing No. 44 A persistent myth that the military in Burma are looking for an excuse to retake direct control of the country is now being used to justify inaction over the ethnic cleansing and possible genocide of the…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...
Burma Briefing No. 37 This briefing paper responds in detail to the British government’s misleading claims and the selective use of information that it uses to defend Burma’s reform process and its own trade-led policy. In November 2014, Aung San…Read More...
Burma Briefing No. 32 Every quarter, the British Foreign Office publishes updates of ‘countries of concern’ as part of its Human Rights and Democracy report. Burma is included in these updates. Analysis of the most recent British Foreign Office Human…Read More...
Burma Briefing No. 31 This briefing analyses the many problems surrounding the upcoming census in Burma and calls for the census to be postponed. Burma is due to hold its first census in 30 years from 30th March to 10th…Read More...
Burma Briefing No. 30 As the British government faces a growing number of questions about Burma in the British Parliament, including relating to controversial policy decisions, the government is increasingly resorting to avoiding giving a straight and clear answer to…Read More...
Burma Briefing No. 29 This briefing examines the British government’s controversial military training to the Burmese Army. The training is taking place despite the Burmese Army still committing serious human rights abuses which violate international law. Crimes committed by the…Read More...
- No Assets Frozen as a Result of UK Burma Sanctions
- Shipping Giant Maersk to Stop Using Military Ports in Burma
- The importance and futility of Security Council statements on Burma
- 17 Months on – Rakhine Journalist Still in Hiding for Reporting on Military’s Human Rights Violations
- Justice For Myanmar responds to Myanmar government censorship
- 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