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Burma Policy Chatroom

Discussions and reports about current issues and the transition to democracy in Burma ( မူဝါဒ ေဆြးေႏြးခန္း။ )

Latest on policy discussions (ရိုဟင္ဂ်ာ/ဘဂၤါလီ ကိစၥ သမိုင္း ဆိုင္ရာ သံုးသပ္ခ်က္မ်ား) :

3. A Snapshot of Community in 1960s (15-Aug-2015:PDF )

2. The Profile of Community (19-Apr-2015: PDF )

1. Migration After First Anglo-Burman War (18-Aug-2014: PDF )

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Campaign Actions

Our campaign letters and reports to the various governments and organisation around the world. This page also try to gather the campaign resources, review policy directions and identify emerging issues. ....Read more .... ....

Tabayin(Depayin) Massacre

Daw Nyunt Nyunt

Witness Daw Nyunt Nyunt testifying

On 30 May 2003, the military government-backed thugs attacks members of National League for Democracy who were campaigning upcountry Burma. The Burmese military denied its involvement in the attack. In this page we featured the translated testimony of two eye witnesses, along with supporting documents by other pro-democracy groups. Read more ....

The Historic Four Eight (8.8.88) Uprising


On August 8, 1988, Burma erupted into waves of political protests, defying more than two decades of oppressive rule by military dictatorship led by the late General Ne Win. These powerful protests were met with brutal crackdown by military resulting several thousand protesters dead. Here we have assembled documents about the historic four eight 8888 uprising, seen through the eyes of professional journalists from the Asiaweek, Far Eastern Economic Review and The Times. Read more ....

We also include sites and sounds of the 8888 Democracy Uprising. The songs of democracy and freedom by artists, as well as speech by Minn Thein Kha, a reknowned novelist. These songs were produced during 1988 uprising. Listen the soundbytes.

Links and Solidarity


Network for International Protection of Refugees

Network for International Protection of Refugees (NetIPR) is a South Australian based refugee advocacy network, focusing on the human rights situation of refugees in Asia-Pacific region including Australia. Read more ....

Leader of Courage

Aung San Suu Kyi

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (picture left) is the leader of National League for Democracy. The Burmese military junta has put her under incommunicado house arrest since 30 May 2003. From the time she came into political prominenece in August 1988, this is the third time she has been placed under house arrest. She received nobel prize for peace in 1991 whilst in detention. In this link we feature articles about Aung San Suu Kyi and her continuing work.    Read more ....


Actions in Solidarity

anti-war public rally adelaide

Various pages on the human rights, peace, pro-refugees and anti-war movements and protest actions in South Australia.

War in Iraq weblogs.

Anti-Terrorism Law in Australia

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