US suspends economic sanctions without meeting human rights benchmarks – joint statement by WLB, FDB, NY-Forum, SYCB

US Suspends Economic Sanctions without Meeting Human Rights Benchmarks US suspends economic sanctions without meeting human rights benchmarks – joint statement by WLB, FDB, NY-Forum, SYCB The economic sanctions of the US on Burma were originally adopted because of the disregard for democratic principles and grave human right violations committed by the Burmese government. TheseContinue reading “US suspends economic sanctions without meeting human rights benchmarks – joint statement by WLB, FDB, NY-Forum, SYCB”

Women’s League of Burma Calls for Greater Women’s Participation in Peace Process

WLB Calling for Greater Women’s Participation in Peace Process (English Version) WLB Calling for Greater Women’s Participation in Peace Process (Burmese Version)

Statement for the 27th KWO Day on 5th April 2012

Karen Women Organisation Statement in Recognition of KWO Day A Call for More Women in the Peace Process On KWO day, a Call for More Women in the Peace Process Statement by KWO Karen Version 2012 KWO Day is the commemoration of our work and the work of all Karen women. Karen Women Organisation (KWO)Continue reading “Statement for the 27th KWO Day on 5th April 2012”