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Posted on 21 September 201613

Legal Analysis Statement on current armed conflict in Karen State from the perspective of human rights and the rule of law vis-a-vis the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement

Since the second week of September2016, fighting has resumed between the DKBA and Burmese Army and its subsidiary Karen Border Guard Force. This can erode the trust of ethnic nationalities in the government and Burmese military leaders who are taking the leading role in the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) process....

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Posted on 18 Jan 201612

Press release by the Kachin Women’s Association Thailand (KWAT) and Legal Aid Network (LAN)

New report exposes systematic cover-up of Myanmar Army involvement in Kachin rape-murder case

A new report exposes the systematic cover-up of the Myanmar Army’s involvement in the rape-murder of two Kachin teachers in Kawng Kha village, northern Shan State, exactly one year ago. “Justice Delayed, Justice Denied” by the Kachin Women’s Association Thailand (KWAT) and Legal Aid Network (LAN) analyzes witness testimony to identify as a key suspect the commanding officer of the Myanmar troops camped in Kawng Kha, and shows how he and his superiors blocked and subverted the police investigation into the crime...

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Posted on 25 Dec 201511

Statement (1) Concerning Expected Transitional Arrangement

Following the meeting of Mrs. Aung San Suu Kyi and the former Senior General Than Shwe, which reportedly took place on Dec 4, presumptions and speculations surrounding the purpose and content of their meeting have appeared from various sources. One explicitly relevant issue that has been raised is the possible emergence of an ‘amnesty law’ to be enacted by the Union Parliament, known as the Pyidaung Su Hluttaw, in which the MPs from the National League for Democracy, which won a landslide victory in recent elections held in Nov 2015, constitute an absolute majority...

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Posted on 23 sep 201410

Analysis of Peace Seeking Process from the Aspect of the Rule of Law and Human Rights (1): Issue on Management of Natural Resources during Interim Period.

1. The various ethnic nationalities in Burma have been suffering from atrocities – serious human rights violations – caused by civil war for over six decades. Hence, they should enjoy opportunities for the participation in peace seeking processes in which the underlying issues of the entire civil war are explored. Despite that the general public do not need to attend the formal meetings, taking place between the two parties in armed conflicts – the representatives from the ruling regime on one hand and those of the ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) on the other – they should enjoy their right to know by receiving relevant comprehensive information, issued by both parties vis-à-vis peace...

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Posted on 19 jul 20136

Objection against Unlawful Detention of a Human Rights Activist, Bawk Jar Lum Nyoi

Bawk Jar Lum Nyoi, a kachin nationality human rights activist, was arrested in Mohnyin by police on July 18, 2013 and was going to be brought to Myitkyina today. Bawk Jar was the one who participated in recent study tour mainly organized by the Civil Rights Defenders, seeking to support the legal aid work in Burma, together with 9 lawyers, taking two weeks period from June 22 to July 7, 2003, and studied in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, which constituted a major part of former Yugoslavia, on the issues relevant to human rights and the rule of law...

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Posted on 05 jun 20135

(Belgrade Statement) “Statement on the Rule of Law in Burma, issued by the lawyers who made the European trip”

The Civil Rights Defenders, seeking to support the legal aid work in Burma, arranged a study tour for 9 lawyers and one human rights activist from Burma, taking two weeks period from June 22 to July 7, 2003 and let us study in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, which constituted a major part of former Yugoslavia, on the issues relevant to human rights and the rule of law...

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