“We will soon be discussing procedures to relocate our office [to Burma] where we can continue our mission and operations,” said Naw Hser Hser.
NGOs say that villagers have been displaced and fatalities suffered amid alleged attacks from the Burma army.
Burmese Women’s Union restate determination to support women as they mark 20 years of positive action.
A Shan family makes contact with their stolen sister trapped in China.
One hundred and two cases of human trafficking were reported in Burma throughout 2013, according to the Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force (ATTF), a special unit of the Burmese police force.
A recent report indicating that Canadian and Burmese officials are discussing future military cooperation has raised alarm bells.