Burma Partnership, Strengthening Cooperation for a Free Burma
Signup Now!
Join our mailing list for latest news and information about Burma.

Posts Tagged ‘Free Burma Rangers’ (24 found)

Communities Displaced Due to Flooding from Dam Project

Entire communities in northwestern Karen State have been displaced due to extensive flooding from a new dam project on the Shwe Gyin River […]

January 17, 2011  •  By Free Burma Rangers  •  Tags: , , , ,  •  Read more ➤

Displaced Childhoods: Human Rights and International Crimes against Burma’s Internally Displaced Children

Displaced Childhoods is the first comprehensive report of its kind to document the experiences of internally displaced children against the backdrop of Burma’s obligations under domestic and international law. For more than 40 years, Burma’s children have been scarred by death, destruction, loss and neglect at the hands of Burma’s military. They have been forced […]

April 10, 2010  •  By Partners Relief, Free Burma Rangers  •  Tags: ,  •  Read more ➤

Displaced Childhoods: Human Rights and International Crimes against Burma’s Internally Displaced Children

Displaced Childhoods is the first comprehensive report which documents the experiences of internally displaced children against the backdrop of Burma’s obligations under domestic and international law. Burma’s children have been scarred by death, destruction, loss and neglect at the hands of Burma’s military […]

April 7, 2010  •  By Partners Relief, Free Burma Rangers  •  Tags: , , ,  •  Read more ➤

2,100 Displaced, Villages Burned, Schools Abandoned as Seven Burma Army Battalions Attack

Over 2,100 people displaced, 4 villages burned, 14 schools abandoned and a clinic burned as seven Burma Army battalions attack villagers in Western Karen State, Burma. 12 February 2010. (Reports relayed from teams in the field with the IDPs)

More than 2,100 newly displaced Karen villagers hide from Burma Army after attacks

Seven Burma Army battalions (Five as the assault element and two in support) attacked villagers in Ler Doh township, Nyaunglebin District, Western Karen State, displacing over 2,100 villagers. […]

February 12, 2010  •  By Free Burma Rangers  •  Tags: ,  •  Read more ➤