Burma Border-based Civil Society Organizations Send an Open Letter to State Counselor, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

July 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Press release by Burma Border-based CSOs | July 26, 2016 Burma Border-based Civil Society Organizations Send an Open Letter to State Counselor, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi On 25 July, 2016, 40 civil society organizations (CSOs) based on Burma’s borders sent an open [...]

The Burma Family

July 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Roland Watson / Dictator Watch | July 21, 2016 Last year there was a big push before the November general election to get the ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) to sign a nationwide ceasefire agreement (NCA). While the very top officials of the KNU [...]

Ethnic Political Parties and Women Group to be Invited to Mai Ja Yang Summit

July 25th, 2016|0 Comments

By S'Phan Shaung / Karen News | July 18, 2016 The decision to invite ethnic political parties and the women’s groups was decided the Delegation for Political Negotiation (DPN) and leaders from Coordination Team (CT) of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement signatories at a [...]

Political Alliance Crafts a Common Policy For Myanmar Peace Conference

July 25th, 2016|0 Comments

Radio Free Asia (RFA) | July 25, 2016 Myanmar’s United Nationalities Alliance (UNA) is working on the formation of a coordinated platform based on common policies on key issues as it prepares for the government’s Panglong Peace Conference in late August, an official [...]

National Ethnic Youth Conference to be Held in Panglong

July 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

By Nyein Nyein / The Irrawaddy | July 22, 2016 RANGOON – A national youth conference will be held in southern Shan State’s Panglong in late July, aiming to build unity among young people representing ethnic groups from across Burma. Over 600 representatives [...]

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2505, 2016

Burma Truth On-line Film Festival and Arts Competition: Help Ethnic Minorities Have Voice

May 25th, 2016|0 Comments

Announcement by the Worldwide Impact Now (WIN) | May 23, 2016 New deadline for submissions is midnight 7 September 2016 Burma Truth on-line festival and [...]

2903, 2016

Lives on the Line – Book by Burma Link

March 29th, 2016|1 Comment

Burma Link's book, Lives on the Line: Voices for Change from the Thailand-Burma Border, is available in English and Burmese. The book brings stories of [...]

Burma Link advocates for Burma’s ethnic nationalities and displaced people, and shares their voices and stories locally and internationally. We are the link between the world and the people of Burma, helping the world reach in and the people of Burma reach out. We help the people to share information and their stories with both local and global communities and provide all actors easy access to a wealth of information on Burma and its borders. Our main focus is on Burma’s long-silenced ethnic nationalities and displaced people.

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