by the Women's League of Burma
16 June 2016
The Women’s League of Burma (WLB) is seriously concerned at the Tatmadaw’s recent new offensives and ongoing impunity for war crimes, which are undermining the government’s new peace initiatives.
Press Release From the Second Consultation Meeting of Border-Based Democracy Activist and Ethnic Civil Society Organizations Regarding Their Role and Work in Burma During the Transition
By the Organizing Committee of the Second Consultation Meeting of Border-Based Civil Society Organizations
11 May, 2016
From 7-9 May, 2016, 56 representatives from 20 border-based democracy activist and ethnic civil society organizations held a second consultation meeting to discuss their role and the prospects for cooperation and collaboration in Burma’s transition.
January 19, 2016
Maran Lu Ra (age 20) and Tangbau Hkwan Nan Tsin (age 21) started working as Kachin Baptist Convention (KBC) volunteer teachers in Kawnghka Village, Muse Township, Northern Shan State, in June 2014. While working in the village, on 19 January, 2015, they were gang-raped, inhumanly tortured and brutally murdered with multiple stab wounds in their home inside the village churchyard. Today, 19 January, 2016, is exactly one year since the incident.