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Briefing Paper on Impediments to Justice for Girl Children who have Experienced Sexual Violence  in Burma. This briefing paper is intended to shed the light on the some of the experiences of girls who have experienced sexual violence across Burma, particularly in non-conflict ethnic areas, as well as identify the challenges and barriers to formal justice they face when seeking legal redress for…
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Women survivors of violence face challenges in their attempts to obtain justice. This has been a key finding in the work of the Women’s League of Burma (WLB) and Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR), as we work on cases of violence against women in Burma’s ethnic communities and engage in strengthening and empowering survivors of violence committed by state actors.
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Continuing Violations of Human Rights and Discrimination Against Ethnic Women in Burma. The report focuses the women's human rights situation in Burma's ethnic areas, in particular in remote and conflict affected areas where most of WLB’s member organisations are operating as well as highlighting the ways in which rural and ethnic women in Burma are denied the equality and non-discrimination…
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The ongoing use of state-sponsored sexual violence in Burma’s ethnic communities. In the months since Same Impunity, Same Patterns was published, the WLB has continued to receive reports of rape, attempted sexual violence, and intimidation of women by Burma Army personnel across the country – with a total of 14 cases of gang-rape, rape and attempted sexual assault documented between January and…
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Sexual abuses by the Burma Army will not stop until there is a genuine civilian government.
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The Founding and development of the Women’s League of Burma. WLB herstory was published in 2011 with the aim for future generation of WLB members and others to know how much energy and effort was put into founding the alliance and to ensure that the process of establishing the league was documented so that this piece of herstory would not be lost.
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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.
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WLB marks ten years of gender activism December 2009.
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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
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Reflections on CEDAW Shadow Report Process 2008 by Women of Burma.
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CEDAW Shadow Report by Women of Burma
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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.