Two Kachin youth activists facing criminal defamation charges after staging a protest calling for the evacuation to safety of civilians displaced by conflict in Kachin State will appeal to the regional court, seeking to have those charges dropped.
Amid an ongoing civil war in northern Burma, some are on a different “front lines,” of sorts — facing legal consequences for protesting the conflict, or otherwise working to bring an end to the fighting.
DVB’s “Doh Pyay Doh Myay” team finds hardship and hope in a Kachin State camp for those internally displaced by conflict.
In this episode of “Doh Pyay Doh Myay” (Our Country, Our Land), the DVB team explores the hardships and hopes of communities displaced by the conflict in northern Kachin State.
In this DVB Business Debate, our panelists consider the Kachin conflict’s implications for business, in a region rich in natural resources and bordering the economic powerhouse China to the north.
DVB’s Youth Voice team visits camps for the internally displaced in Kachin State to speak to young people about the particular challenges they have faced as the war raging in northern Burma entered its seventh year.
Follow DVB as we visit Kachin State some six years into the conflict there, which has displaced more than 100,000 civilians.