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PWO – Villagers facing livelihood hardships due to mass land confiscation at Pankhar village

250 acres of villagers land were destroyed and 30 acres of land were confiscated by the Chinese Ngwe Kabar Company as they dug up silicon stone in Pankhar Village. 250 acres of land from Pankhar Village Awe Law Tract in Namkhan Township were destroyed and 8 acres were [Read More]

PWO: Update of human right violations by the Burma Army during offensives in Palaung areas (March and April 2013)

PWO: Update of human right violations by the Burma Army during offensives in Palaung areas (March and April 2013)

Statement of PWO and TSYO on Current Palaung Situation: English | Burmese Analysis on Current situation at Palaung areas: English | Burmese   The Burmese government must immediately end human rights violations, including violence against women, in Palaung areas [Read More]

The Burden of War: Women bear burden of displacement

The Burden of War: Women bear burden of displacement

By: Palaung Women’s Organization Publication date: 5 November 2012 Press Statement: Burmese English Worsening conflict and abuses by Burmese government troops in northern Shan State have displaced over 2,000 Palaung villagers from fifteen villages in three townships [Read More]

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]

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]