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Omvärlden bör inte lita på Burmas re...

Burma bistånt

By Jesper Bengtsson, Februay 21, 2015 SRA-Sweden Det svenska stödet till en burmesisk människorättskommission som kontrolleras helt av militären visar att omvärlden borde inta en mer försiktig hållning i relationerna till Burma. Demokratiseringen har avstannat. Samtidigt har omvärlden satsat allt på att ökade investeringar och diplomatiska kontakter ska räcka för att göra Burma till en […]

Rights that should be upheld

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By Soe Myint, February 21, 2015 Last week two seemingly unrelated events attracted the attention of this writer. The first was the announcement in the state-run Global New Light of Myanmar that the temporary ID documents known as white cards will expire at the end of March and those who hold them will lose their […]

Be Logical, Be Consistent then Legal ...


By U Shwe Maung MP February 19, 2015 We are citizens of Myanmar according to Section 11 of 1947 Constitution, Section 4(2) of 1948 Citizenship Act. Therefore, we are citizens of Myanmar according to 1974 Constitution. 1982 Citizenship Law can NOT deny our citizenship rights as we are already citizens. Becuse 1982 Law is securing […]

Rohingya belongs to Arakan, not to Be...


By Mohamed Farooq, February 19,2015 Rohingya is a Muslim ethnic minority living mainly in Arakan state, Burma. Their language is Rohingya. They ruled Arakan as a kingdom that lasted for 350 years by  fifteen different Rohingya Kings. They have been living  in Arakan state, Burma since 8th Century CE. In 1799, Francis Buchanan published a […]

Amnesty issues stark human rights war...


By SRA February 19, 2015 Myanmar’s backsliding on human rights reforms – only a few months before the general elections – underscores the necessity of the UN Human Tights Council to adopt a strong resolution on the situation of human rights in the country and to extend their mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the […]

Hinder på vägen mot fred och demokrat...


By Pia Daleke, February 12, 2015 Det var en ganska dyster bild av händelseutvecklingen i Burma som framträdde när experter på landet träffades på Utrikespolitiska institutet (UI) nyligen. Det är osäkert om det planerade valet kommer att hållas i år, och fredsprocessen mellan regeringen och de etniska gerillagrupperna har i princip avstannat – åtminstone för […]

Svenskt bistånd går till Burmas regim

Swedish government funding to Burmese military regime

February 12, 2015 Stockholm- Sweden En grupp före detta militärer och tjänstemän ur den burmesiska regimen mörklägger människorättsbrott. Svenskt bistånd stöttar dem sedan två år tillbaka. – Sverige borde veta bättre, säger David Mathieson, Burmaforskare på Human Rights Watch. En bärande princip i Sveriges biståndsarbete i Burma har varit att kringgå regeringen och rikta stödet […]

The Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar – 2015...


By The Swedish Rohingya Association (SRA) February 2, 2015 This year, the people of Myanmar will go to the polls for the first democratic elections in 25 years. But the hopes for a positive future are being clouded. Serious and widespread human rights violations persist, including politically motivated arrests, restrictions on the work of journalists […]

Burma: Rights Heading in Wrong Direct...

A family looks from their temporary shelter at a Rohingya refugee camp as Myanmar's government embarks on a national census, in Sittwe

Repression of Rohingya, Attacks on Media, Stalled Political Reform January 29,2015 Stockholm-Sweden (New York) – Burma’s human rights situation declined in 2014, setting back progress made since the reform process began three years ago, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2015. Donors and influential governments have done little to pressure the army […]

What happened to the peace and democr...


The Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI), in collaboration with the Swedish Rohingya Association, invites you to a seminar on the developments in Burma (Myanmar), and the situation in the country. Optimism was high when the military junta was replaced by a democratically elected government in 2011. The Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Aung San Suu […]

Why Myanmar is committing a slow geno...

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By Maung Zarni January 18, 2015 Myanmar’s slow Rohingya genocide is a brilliant strategy that kills several birds with a single stone – as far as the country’s ruling military Bama regimes. Myanmar’s great commercial opening, talked up as “reforms”, triggered Rakhine nationalists and democrats’ loud demands and agitations for 3 things – up until […]


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By Dr. Habib Siddiqui December 15, 2014 The Rohingya people of Myanmar (formerly Burma) are the most oppressed people in our planet. They face elimination in the Buddhist majority country, which is rightly called the ‘den of hatred and intolerance’ in our time. Not a single day goes by when their community members don’t face […]


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