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Voices for Change: Domestic Violence and Gender Discrimination in the Palaung area

Voices for Change: Domestic Violence and Gender Discrimination in the Palaung area

By: Palaung Women’s Organization Publication date: 25 November 2011 This report from  documents how women in the Palaung area are affected by domestic violence and gender discrimination. English PWO exposes shocking levels of domestic violence in Burma’s northern [Read More]

The Founding and Development of the Women’s League of Burma: A Herstory

The Founding and Development of the Women’s League of Burma: A Herstory

By: Women’s League of Burma Publication date: 2011 English | Burmese To understand why it was such an accomplishment to form the Women’s League of Burma, it is necessary to look at the political context in Burma over the last sixty plus years. This book takes us [Read More]

Burma’s Covered-Up War: Atrocities Against The Kachin People

By: Kachin Women’s Association Thailand Publication date: 7 October 2011 This report examines the crimes perpetrated against Kachin civilians between June and September 2011 and provides policy recommendations aimed at improving the human rights situation in Kachin [Read More]

Kachin women denouncing offensive by the Burmese Army and atrocities against Kachin people

Kachin women denouncing offensive by the Burmese Army and atrocities against Kachin people

We, the Kachin Women’s Association Thailand (KWAT), strongly denounce the Burmese military’s offensives against the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), and atrocities against civilians including rape, murder and abduction of young men. The Burmese military attack to a KIA [Read More]

High And Dry: The cross-boundary impacts of China’s Longjiang dam

High And Dry: The cross-boundary impacts of China’s Longjiang dam

By: Shan Women’s Action Network and Shan Sapawa Environmental Organisation Publication date: December 2010   English | Chinese A recently built dam on the Longjiang (Nam Mao or Shweli) river in Yunnan Province of China has severely disrupted the livelihoods of [Read More]

International Tribunal On Crimes Against Women Of Burma

International Tribunal On Crimes Against Women Of Burma

By: Nobel Women’s Initiative and Women’s League of Burma Publication date: 2010 English Today the Nobel Women’s Initiative and the Women’s League of Burma launched the report for the International Tribunal on Crimes Against Women of Burma. The Tribunal–which took [Read More]

Courage to Resist

Courage to Resist

By: Women’s League of Burma Publication date: November 2007 A new report details how women activists have been hunted down, assaulted, tortured and framed with false charges, and their family members threatened and held hostage in the recent crackdown in Burma. [Read More]

Caught Between Two Hells

Caught Between Two Hells

By: Burmese Women’s Union Publication date: 2007 English The report highlights the situation of women migrant workers in Thailand and China. Burmese Women’s Union ( BWU) has launched an in-depth report entitled “Caught between two hells”,  documenting [Read More]

Road or roundabout: has the situation in Burma improved?

In pdf Monday 5 April 2004 3‐5 pm (15:00 – 17:00) Room 24, Palais des Nations Human Rights Situation in Palaung Land   Presented by Ms. Lway Cherry Palaung Women’s Organization (PWO), Member organization of Women’s League of Burma (WLB)   Good afternoon ladies [Read More]

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