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Stateless Children in Western Burma

01/23/2012

Last week the human rights group Arakan Project released a report on children’s rights in Northern Arakan State, in western Burma. Arakan State is home to about 735,000 Rohingya Muslims, one of the most oppressed ethnic minorities in Burma.

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Backpack medics released

01/23/2012

PHR welcomes the recent release of two Backpack Health Worker medics who were abducted by the Burma Army in Karen State, Burma in October of last year. The Backpack Health Worker Team is a community-based organization that provides medical care to civilians in war-torn Karen State.

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Secretary Clinton's Visit to Burma Must Highlight Ethnic Abuses

11/22/2011

Secretary Clinton has an opportunity to call attention to attacks on ethnic groups during her upcoming visit.

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Modest Moves Toward Democracy in Burma Are Not Enough

10/14/2011

In the last two weeks the international press has applauded the Burmese government as it made some important steps toward democracy. In early October the government halted construction on a dam project on the Irrawaddy River, saying “it was against the will of the people.” This week, the government freed 206 political prisoners.

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More Forced Labor in Chin State, Burma

09/08/2011

The Chief Minister of Western Burma’s Chin State is forcing citizens to work for no pay, according to a recent press release by the Chin Human Rights Organization (CHRO).

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