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Women’s League of Burma Media Release on Meeting with Political Party Leaders – Nov 22nd 2013

Posted on Nov 25th, 2013

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No Women, No Peace !

Herstoric Women’s Forum Press Statement – WON + WLB @ Excel Treasure, Yangon.

Posted on Oct 4th, 2013

Myanmar Women's Forum Date – September 22, 2013 Yangon The first Myanmar Women’s Forum, jointly organized by the Women’s Organizations Network (WON) and the Women’s League of Burma (WLB), was successfully held in Excel Treasure Hotel, Bahan, Yangon from 20th-22nd September 2013. Over 400 participants attended the forum; made…

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WLB: Herstory

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

Posted on Nov 23rd, 2011

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 through the numerous, often horrific, ups and downs in Burma’s history, to…

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WLB Women Against Violence Program: Annual Report (2009) (Burmese)

Posted on Mar 16th, 2010

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Women's League of Burma (2009) - Building a Movement within a Movement

Building a Movement within The Movement

Posted on Dec 1st, 2009

By: Women's League of Burma Publication date: December 2009 English | Burmese  This booklet highlights some of our key achievements along our path of learning and working…

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WLB Women Against Violence Program: Annual Report (2008) (Burmese)

Posted on Mar 16th, 2009

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Women's League of Burma (2002) - Activity Report No. 1 (1998-2001)

Women’s League of Burma: Activity Report No. 1 (1998-2001)

Posted on Jan 1st, 2002

By: Women's League of Burma Publication date: 2002 English | Burmese Lack of democracy and peace and a deep-rooted mistrust among the ethnic nationalities in Burma are the result of 40 years of military rule and 50 years of civil war. Oppression and injustice suffered under military rule are the root causes of violence and intersecting…

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