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Participants in a recent World Council of Churches consultation in Burma have stressed the need to equip churches for peacebuilding.
Burma's government must act to end to attacks and abuses against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State, says Fortify Rights.
Time is running out for Burma to keep its promise to release everyone imprisoned for peaceful activism by the year’s end.
Today, the International Day of Rural Women (15 October), a social entrepreneur from Burma celebrates her award-winning status as a creative rural woman.
Human Rights Watch (HRW), the globally respected human rights NGO, has described the treatment of the Rohingya people in n Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) as "ethnic cleansing".
Christian Aid has sent funds to assist communities affected by the heavy rain and severe flooding which has devastated south east Burma.
An Anglican priest has poured his own blood on the floor of a petrol station on Good Friday, to protest against Total Oil’s investments in Burma.
The Rohingya of Burma are a desperate people. Considered “illegal immigrants” without basic citizenship rights by Rangoon, they subsist in impoverished townships and refugee camps where they live in constant fear of the threat of external violence.
Evidence has emerged that Thailand’s navy shot at ethnic Rohingya 'boat people,' causing at least two deaths, Human Rights Watch said today.
The UN Special Rapporteur on human rights situation in Burma (Myanmar) says that the process of reform needs to go far deeper.
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