Background Briefing of International Women’s Day – By KWO in Karen Version
Day 1 of the 16 days activisms starts today. To day November 25th is the Elimination of Violence Against Women day. We share some activities photos in towns and camps. More activities photos from camps and Karen state will come. Please look forward to see them.
On World Refugee Day Burma Government and International Community Must Commit to Respecting Voices and Rights of Burma’s Refugees (20 June, 2015) On this 2015 World Refugee Day, we stand in solidarity with the over 110,000 refugees who fled Burma to seek protection in the nine camps along the Thailand-Burma border, embodying the years of […]
Walking Amonst Sharp Knives Pamphlet Karen traditional clothes and description pamphlet Karen traditional clothes and description it is for sale 80B/copy.
As KWO first reported in 2010, in lowland Karen areas in Eastern Burma Karen women are more and more becoming chiefs, as people have hoped they will not be killed by the Burmese Army like some male chiefs. This is a big change in our traditions and has made women more visible and vulnerable to […]
“No Women No Peace” WHAT: 5th April is KWO 30th Anniversary so we would like you to come celebrate with KWO on this special day. KWO Day celebrates the many women who contribute to building and strengthening the Karen community at every level. We will be honoring those who have served KWO full time for […]
KWO puts out a quarterly magazine (September to December) in Skaw Karen and Burmese which are distributed through out the 7 Karen refugee camps. Each magazine is passed between refugees being read by multiple people. It is just one way we seek to keep our community up to date and informed.