Follow DVB as we visit Kachin State some six years into the conflict there, which has displaced more than 100,000 civilians.
In this DVB Debate, our panelists trade views on the merits of the Telecommunication Law’s 66(d) defamation provision, and offer their advice to lawmakers weighing changes to the controversial legislation.
Sweden’s ambassador-at-large for human rights, Annika Ben David, has been in Burma this week on her first official visit to the country. In this interview, she speaks with DVB about a range of human rights challenges facing Burma.
Join DVB for the premier of “Fix It,” a show about how local residents and philanthropists across Burma are partnering to address community needs. In this episode, locals from Tha Yin Gyi village, in Magwe Division’s Myaing Township, work to build a storage reservoir in an area where clean drinking water is scarce.
While 140,000 Rohingya IDPs in Arakan State face an uncertain future, one man fights to preserve their past.
Students jailed after police violence in 2015 say the election of a military hardliner as Burma’s new vice president could spell a revision to the country’s political reforms.
In this first episode of a new investigative documentary series: To the end of the world, DVB delves into the lives of some of the thousands of Burma’s working children.
At a school renown for discipline and training, former street kids are attempting to get their lives back on track.
On this episode of DVB’s Doh Pyay Doh Myay Roadshow, the team visits Hpakant in southern Kachin State, where the hunt for Jade is intensifying as political change in Burma looms.
Medical staff at a local government hospital in Pacha Klo village in Hsihseng township in the Pa-O Self-Administrated Zone in Shan State have been absent from their posts, causing the deaths of sickly locals that could otherwise have been prevented.
A new report from the the International Campaign to Ban Landmines has slammed the Burmese government for its refusal to begin the long process of mine clearance in one of the most polluted nations on earth.
“You can count yourself dead once you descend down the mine.”
The defence team say Patrick Kum Jaa Lee is suffering from asthma attacks in prison, where he has been held for over a month.