“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
ilar Thein, a woman human rights defender and leading pro-democracy activist was arrested on 10 September 2008 and is
Recognizing the urgent need to address the political, structural and cultural barriers to mainstreaming Emergency Con
Political dialogue is the only means by which Burma's existing political conflicts can be effectively resolved.
KWAT strongly condemns the impunity and this act of crime against humanity and lack of rule of law in Burma.
Coinciding with the opening of the Beijing Olympics on August 8, 2008, this group of organizations will launch an int
Nobel Women's Initiative: The UN Security Council must take strong action on Burma and issue an investigation into wa
WOMEN GROUPS AROUND THE WORLD CALL ON THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL TO PROSECUTE SENIOR GENERAL THAN SHWE AT TH
KWO appeal letter for the newly arrived families in Tak province
Karen Women's Organization calls for increased international pressure to end SPDC military
Senior General Than Shwe's denial of international humanitarian aid to the victims of Cyclone Nargis should come as n
Today marks the 60th anniversary of Independence Day for Burma.
Message to all our friends inside Burma and around the world
The Karen Women's Organization is a community-based organization of Karen women working in development/relief in the
WLB has put forth a tremendous idea for confronting the shameful participation of the SPDC (State Peace and Developme
Every year on the 8th of March, women all over the world commemorate the International Women's Day
On the one-year anniversary of nationwide nonviolent protests dubbed the Saffron Revolution in Burma, the women Laure
Today, governments, international organizations and non-governmental organizations around the world are marking the I
September 21, 2010 is International Day of Peace.
The documentary, This Is Our Witness, opens with a truly horrifying scene—Burmese soldiers urinating on Burmese
With women's rights on the decline in Burma, Mizzima reporter The The interviewed Thin Thin Aung from the Women's Lea
Daw Nita Yin Yin May From Women Of Burma Uk On Eu & Usa Policy On Burma & Reject 2010 Election
The Women's League of Burma welcomes the inclusion of two women parliamentarians in the newly formed union level Peac
The Women's League of Burma (WLB), a coalition of 13 women's organizations representing Burma's main ethnic groups, c
If people have heard of the Southeast Asian country known alternately as “Myanmar” or “Burma,&rdquo
For millions of Burma's women, especially women of ethnic and religious minorities, life has become just that much mo
Women in Myanmar face barriers to living informed and healthy lives.
For too many people in Burma, the sound of gunfire and mortar bombs is a familiar one.