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Karen Civil Society Has Lost Trust in the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) Negotiations as a Gateway to Political Dialogue

October 5th, 2015|0 Comments

Statement by 41 Karen Civil Society Organizations | October 4, 2015

We, the undersigned civil society organizations and individuals from across Burma and the globe, have steadfastly engaged in the movement for the recognition of our ethnic rights to self-­‐determination, equality, democracy and human […]

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UNFC Statement on Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement and In-Country Peace Building

October 5th, 2015|0 Comments

Press release by the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC) | October 3, 2015

The root cause of the civil war that has been going on nearly 70 years in Burma/Myanmar is political, or a constitutional problem. The people made up of various ethnic nationalities […]

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‘We Have Always Been Running’: Why a Young Karen Woman Chose to Become a Soldier

October 5th, 2015|0 Comments

Burma Link | October 5, 2015

Naw Mu Gay, 22, wanted to join the Karen army since a young age. Coming from a large family, Naw Mu Gay’s father found it hard to provide for everyone, having to work on a farm in order […]

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The Burma NCA – The True Situation: 17 Against, 5 For

October 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

Roland Watson, Dictator Watch | October 1, 2015

Agents of Burma’s military dictatorship have published a great amount of propaganda about the country’s nationwide ceasefire negotiation. Many incompetent journalists have also repeated the propaganda. Because of this, there is a pressing need for accurate […]

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Burma Army Shelling, Killing and Torture of Civilians in Mong Pawn Constitute War Crimes

September 29th, 2015|0 Comments

Update by the Shan Human Rights Foundation | September 28, 2015

On September 12, 2015, about 100 Burmese government troops attacked Nawng Pa Deb village in Mong Pawn township, southern Shan State. They fired shells indiscriminately into the village, injuring four men and two […]

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Burma Truth On-Line Film Festival and Arts Competition: “Helping Ethnic Minorities have Voice”

September 8th, 2015|0 Comments

Ethnics have been greatly disadvantaged by those in power in Burma, as well as by those in the international community who support them. There are differing viewpoints on this matter that need to be brought to light.This festival-competition is intended to give activists, artists and interested […]
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Calling for All Parties to Uphold the Voices and Rights of Refugees Along the Thailand-Burma Border

June 20th, 2015|0 Comments

On this World Refugee Day, you can help Burma Link spread the word and call for all parties to uphold the voices and rights of the refugees along the Thailand-Burma border!

Burma Link upholds the voices of the people of Burma and works to empower the people to become active agents in driving positive change in their lives and communities. 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.

Top slider 1 photo by Feliz Solomon; Top slider 2 photos by Burma Link, Saw Mra Raza Linn, and Naga National Council.