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INTERNATINAL TRIBUNAL ON CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN OF BURMA

Nobel Peace Laureates Shirin Ebadi and Jody Williams joinly with the sisters of Women’s League of Burma hosted the International Tribunal on Crimes Against Women of Burma in New York City, on March 2, 2010.

 


Building a Movement within The Movement
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Ending Impunity

19 June 2009:
Women of Burma Call for UNSC action on Regime’s use of Rape as a Weapon of War and Crimes Against Humanity in Burma

Video in English: Click here
Video in Burmese: Part I|Part II

 


Reflections on CEDAW 2008:


Reflections on CEDAW Shadow Report Process 2008 by Women of Burma

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In the Shadow of the Junta:



CEDAW Shadow Report by Women of Burma

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Courage to Resist:

A new report details how women activists have been hunted down, assaulted, tortured and framed with false charges, and their family members threatened and held hostage in the recent crackdown in Burma.

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A Position paper for the Sixth Anniversary of Security Council Resolution 1325


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Any Progress for the Lives of Women in Burma since Beijing?

 
Women's League of Burma First Activity Report
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Opening the Book on Women from Burma's Experiences of Intersectional Discrimination

Paper published in the "Collection of Papers on Intersectionality of Women's Human Rights" by the Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) in October 2002. This Paper is built upon the presentations given by three WLB representatives at the NGO Forum in the World Conference (WCAR) at Duban, South Africa on August -1 September 2001.
 
Breaking the Silence

Paper submitted to the forty-sixth session of the Commission on the Status of Women in March 2002. This paper highlights some of the root causes of poverty and environmental degradation in Burma.
 

Women in and from Conflict Areas of Burma


A Shadow Report to the Beijing Plus Five: Report submitted to the Beijing Plus Five NGO Conference in June 2000. This report focuses on reproductive health, violence, basic needs and education for women in conflict areas.
 
Burma: The Current State of Women in Conflict Areas -  A Shadow Report to the 22nd Session of CEDAW

Report submitted to the Committee of CEDAW in January 2000. This report provides alternative information to the Burmese military's report.
 
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