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Advance Unedited Version: Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, Yanghee LEE

By Yanghee Lee  •  March 9, 2015

Summary

Since 2011, Myanmar has undergone far-reaching changes that have affected many aspects of life in the country. However, there continue to be signs of backtracking by the Government and increasing concerns over discrimination and ethnic conflict. The present report sets out the Special Rapporteur’s key areas of focus and recommendations aimed at contributing to Myanmar’s efforts towards respecting, protecting and promoting human rights and achieving democratization, national reconciliation and development.

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This post is in: Children and Youth, Displacement, Drugs, Economy, Ethnic Nationalities, Health, Human Rights, Human Trafficking, International Relations, Law, Military Regime, Political Prisoners, Resistance, Women

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