Act swiftly to prevent loss of lives in Myanmar, UN Security Council told

The UN Security Council should swiftly follow its open meeting on Myanmar with momentous actions without further delay to prevent the loss of civilian...

Do Rohingyas have a place in Myanmar’s revolution?

There is a revolution ongoing in Myanmar. The people of Myanmar of various political ideologies and regions are engaging in civil disobedience and have...

UN Human Rights Council must support Myanmar people’s efforts to establish federal democracy

The UN Human Rights Council must respond to the gravity of the escalating crisis in Myanmar.It must urgently provide effective support for the...

Myanmar women continue to bear the brunt of violence

This International Women's Day, women continue to bear the brunt of the world's failures to respect the rights of all.Indeed, the world's efforts...

Deadly sea crossings need urgent action to save Rohingya lives

The deteriorating situation of Rohingya remaining in Myanmar and as refugees in other countries in South and Southeast Asia is increasingly forcing them into...

Forced conscription: The junta’s depraved attack on Myanmar’s future

Comments from the Special Advisory Council for Myanmar's founding members in response to the Myanmar military junta's decision to enforce the 2010 conscription law:Marzuki...

Three years of Myanmar revolution: Time to stand on the right side of history

The international community must formally recognise Myanmar's "national unity government" (NUG) and establish a special tribunal to prosecute the military for the commission of...

Three years since Burmese military’s attempted coup

By Women's Peace NetworkThis 1 February marked three years after the day on which the Burmese military attempted to topple an elected government. Since then,...

Looking familiar, remaining strangers: Myanmar’s unofficial minorities

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This is a policy brief produced by Mosaic Myanmar on the conundrum of the unofficial minorities in Myanmar, pre-coup and post-coup.The foreword is written...

Time for an international criminal tribunal for Myanmar

An international criminal tribunal for Myanmar can and must be urgently established, says the Special Advisory Council for Myanmar (SAC-M).A briefing paper published on...

Group welcomes Australia’s decision to bar entry of crony-owned Myanmar football team

The Special Advisory Council for Myanmar (SAC-M) congratulates the Australian government for its decision to deny entry visas to the players and officials of...

Myanmar mass killings: Inhumanity in its vilest form

By Volker TurkEach day, the people of Myanmar are enduring horrifying attacks, flagrant human rights violations and the crumbling of their livelihoods and hopes.Since...

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