Report by the NCGUB on events leading up to, during and following the September 2007 “Saffron Revolution” protests in Burma
A report from Harvard Law School, commissioned by some of the most respected jurists in international law, using the UN’s own reports to highlight how Burma’s generals have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Updated 17 June 2011
Burma Briefing No. 6
Aung San Suu Kyi has now spent more than 15 years in detention, most of it under house arrest. According to Burmese law, she must be released from her current period of detention on Saturday 13th November.
World leaders regularly express…
A report by Altsean-Burma showing how the by-elections on 1 April cannot be considered free or fair.
On 1 April, more than six million Burmese are eligible to go to the polls to elect less than 7% of the total number of seats in the National Parliament.
While the by-elections…
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