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No More Denial: Children Affected by Armed Conflict in Myanmar (Burma)

By The Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict  •  May 1, 2009

This report of Watchlist focuses on the impact of armed conflict on children and violations against children on armed conflicts in Burma. Information presented in the report is based on secondary sources available in the public and are collected through network of organizations that work with children around the world.

This is a complete and comprehensive report that covers a wide variety of aspects of issues in Burma, such as armed conflicts and its effects, education, refugees and IDPs, health etc. as well as the standing of the United Nations Security Council in response to the situation, enabling readers to see the concept of the big picture.

Download the report.

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