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Burma’s Uncertain Future

The New Yorker

A story on "Burma's Uncertain Future," in which The New Yorker discusses Burma's recent incremental human rights improvements and fragile democracy includes findings from PHR's report on government attacks on Kachin as an example of how far the country still needs to go.

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Crimes Against Humanity in Burma

Press Release

Measured Response to Easing of Sanctions Against Burma is Urged


In response to the United States Administration’s announcement this week that it would ease certain sanctions against the Government of Burma following recent positive developments in that country, PHR urged the international community to maintain a measured response.

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By-elections, democracy and sanctions

Democratic Voice of Burma

PHR's Burma Project Director, Bill Davis, writes in the Democratic Voice of Burma that sanctions in the country must remain until more substantive reforms become a reality.

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Thomas Lubanga

Press Release

International Criminal Court Finds Lubanga Guilty of War Crimes


Today the International Criminal Court issued a landmark decision in the trial of Thomas Lubanga Djilo, a leader of a rebel group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). PHR welcomes the decision in the Court’s first major judgment where Lubanga was found guilty of conscripting children under the age of 15 to actively participate in hostilities.

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Burma army burns Kachin rice harvest

Kachin News

More than 1,500 Kg of rice recently harvested by farmers in war-torn Kachin state were set ablaze by government troops last week, eyewitnesses report.

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