La souffrance des civils au Nord Myanmar

Actes de torture et exécutions extrajudiciaires, bombardements aveugles de villages civils, entraves aux déplacements et restrictions à l’aide humanitaire... A l’issue de trois missions effectuées récemment, notre organisation apporte des preuves de crimes guerre...
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We Love Wirathu : Campaigns Launched

Supporters of firebrand nationalist monk U Wirathu launched campaigns to garner signatures in his support in Karen State and Mandalay Region earlier this month. The “We Love Wirathu” campaigns were launched in response to allegations that U Wirathu’s sermons were...
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A Frontline Dispatch From the Tanai Conflict

Under the heavy rain, I boarded a boat with a group of fellow reporters and made my way to a patch of Kachin Independence Army (KIA) territory threatened by the Myanmar Army about an hour from Tanai town. Thousands of locals and migrants working the area’s gold and...
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Kachin IDPs Face Hunger and Homelessness

TANAI TOWNSHIP, Kachin State — Three days ago, Steven Naw Ring, 35, and his family fled their home in the mining village of Nan Kon in Tanai Township, Kachin State. Fighting had broken out between the Myanmar Army, also known as the Tatmadaw, and the Kachin...
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Programme Culturel Yangon juin 2017

Let My Voice Be Heard: Photography Exhibition | June 9-18 This photo exhibition showcases a selection of photographs produced through a participatory photography project with young people displaced by conflict in Kachin State.   Myo Haung Road | June 17-21 The...
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U Wirathu Claims Facebook Blocked His Accounts

Myanmar’s ultranationalist Buddhist monk U Wirathu claimed Facebook temporarily shut down his account in a video shared on another Facebook account last Friday. “On May 31 [Facebook] said they would shut down the account for a month, after sending a report,” he said,...
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Ethnic Media in Myanmar: New Approaches

After reforms by Myanmar’s post-2011 government, the landscape for both mainstream and ethnic media has changed dramatically, with new media outlets blooming. Abolishing the country’s censor board and welcoming exiled media groups to publish in-country, the...
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Does The Issue of Kachin State’s Displaced People

The Issue of Kachin State’s Displaced People. As the sixth anniversary of the resumption of Burma’s civil war between the Burma Army and ethnic armed group the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) arrives, civilians in Kachin State continue to be displaced by conflict....
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For Laos, Chinese Banana Boom a Blessing and Curse

BOKEO, Laos — Kongkaew Vonusak smiles when he recalls the arrival of Chinese investors in his tranquil village in northern Laos in 2014. With them came easy money, he said. The Chinese offered villagers up to US$720 per hectare to rent their land, much of it fallow...
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Arakan Communities Demand Support to Halt Mangrove Loss

KAN NGU VILLAGE, Arakan State – Until fairly recently, the residents of Kan Ngu, a coastal village in southern Arakan State, had considered the mangroves in their area simply as another source of firewood and paid little attention to the shrinking forest....
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Ten Things to do in Rangoon This Week

Film français programmé en mai 2017 à Rangoon The second Myanmar Guitar Festival will feature more than a dozen guitarists, plus songs by J Maung Maung, R Zarni and Kaung Hset. This festival will feature world famous artists such as CL (2NE1), Nelly, Soulja Boy and...
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A Fight to Control Chainsaws in Burma

SAGAING, Burma — Pyar Aung still remembers the first time he saw a chainsaw. It was a German-made number being used by one of the logging companies operating in the forest around his remote village in Burma’s northwest Sagaing Division in 2013. “It was so powerful and...
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A Brighter Future for Burma’s Juvenile Offenders?

RANGOON — As he waits impatiently for his time in custody to end, the first thing 16-year-old Zaw Thein Htike does every morning is count the days. There are almost four hundred of them left. “Aug. 1, 2018—that’s my release date,” he says, his words tumbling out all...
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Advocates: NLD Govt Has Failed to Advance Press Freedom

RANGOON — The National League for Democracy (NLD) government failed to make progress in increasing press freedom during its first year in office, local lobbyists and rights groups claimed on Tuesday, stressing that there is “no clear path forward” developed by the new...
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Burmese Migrants Living in Garbage Dump on Thai Border

MAE SOT, Thailand — When entering the landfill on the outskirts of Mae Sot on Thailand’s border with Burma, flies buzz chaotically around the waste, which ranges from metal devices to worn out clothes to rotten food, the pile standing taller than a grown man. “We...
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Hearing Burma: Teaching Artistry in Rangoon

RANGOON — Community music center Gitameit’s brand new three-story building has just been finished. It sits with fresh concrete and sparkling glass right beside the center’s old, slightly ramshackle building in a small plot on a quiet road of Rangoon’s Yankin Township....
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Workers Replaced by Automation Demand Jobs Back

Despite negotiations on Tuesday, management and employees of the Myanmar Mayson Industries Co. Ltd. did not reach an agreement regarding a massive dismissal of factory workers. Myanmar Mayson Industries Co. Ltd., which manufactures Good Morning brand bread and...
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China says more than 20,000 from Burma seek refuge across border

More than 20,000 people from northern Shan State have flooded into border camps in neighboring China, seeking refuge from bitter fighting between ethnic groups and security forces, China said on Thursday. Thousands of people have crossed China’s border in recent...
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Questions Raised Over Land Ownership and Development in Ngapali Mangroves

Arakan State parliamentarian U Naing Kyway Aye told The Irrawaddy that the Rangoon-based owner of a local Thandwe hotel purchased land with the intent to develop it without permission from the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism. The National League for Democracy regional...
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Ministry to open workplace nursery schools Nationwide

Burma’s Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement is taking steps to open workplace nursery schools across the country for the convenience of working parents. Minister Dr. Win Myat Aye announced the initiative to the press on Tuesday. “If we don’t have a...
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