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  1. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2004
    Myanmar

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
    "In September 2002 the Thailand Burma Border Consortium (TBBC), formerly the
    Burmese Border Consortium, compiled a report “Internally Displaced People and
    Relocation Sites in Eastern Burma”. The report was written because although the
    Royal Thai Government was reluctant to accept more refugees and believed repatriation
    should occur as soon as conditions were judged suitable, new refugees were still
    arriving in Thailand. Since most of the new arrivals reported that they had formerly

  2. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    février, 2004
    Myanmar

    The report, Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Thai Policy toward Burmese Refugees, documents Thailand’s repression of refugees, asylum seekers, and migrant workers from Burma. "The Thai government is arresting and intimidating Burmese political activists living in Bangkok and along the Thai-Burmese border, harassing Burmese human rights and humanitarian groups, and deporting Burmese refugees, asylum seekers and others with a genuine fear of persecution in Burma..."

    1. Introduction...

  3. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    novembre, 2004
    Myanmar

    This article on China's forest trade with Myanmar builds on an earlier study by the same authors: “Navigating the Border: An Analysis of the China-Myanmar Timber Trade” [link]. The analysis in this study moves on to identify priority issues along the market chain of the timber trade from the Yunnan-Myanmar border to Guangdong Province and Shanghai on China’s eastern seaboard.

  4. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2004
    Myanmar

    Fifty-five years of civil war have decimated Burma’s Karen State, forcing thousands of civilians to flee their homes. Most would like to return—by their own will when the fighting stops.

    By Emma Larkin/Mae Sot, Thailand

  5. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    août, 2004
    Myanmar

    This report describes the current situation faced by rural Karen villagers in Toungoo District (known as Taw Oo in Karen). Toungoo District is the northernmost district of Karen State, sharing borders with Karenni (Kayah) State to the east, Pegu (Bago) Division to the west, and Shan State to the north. To the south Toungoo District shares borders with the Karen districts of Nyaunglebin (Kler Lweh Htoo) and Papun (Mutraw).

  6. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    octobre, 2004
    Myanmar

    BURMA ARMY ATROCITIES PAVE THE WAY FOR SALWEEN DAMS IN KAREN STATE... "As Thailand proceeds with plans to join Burma’s military regime in building a series of dams on the Salween River to gain “cheap” electricity, this report reveals the atrocities being inflicted on the people of Northern Karen State to pave the way for two of the planned dams. The Upper Salween (Wei Gyi) Dam and Lower Salween (Dar Gwin) Dam are planned to be built on the river where it forms the border between Thailand’s Mae Hong Son province and Burma’s Karen State.

  7. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2004
    Myanmar

    Key developments since May 2003: Myanmar"atrocity demining,"Halt Mine Use in Burma."... * Mine Ban Policy
    * Use;
    * Production, Transfer, Stockpiling;
    * Non-State Actors Use;
    * NSA-Production, Transfer, Stockpiling;
    * Landmine Problem;
    * Mine Clearance and Mine Risk Education;
    * Landmine Casualties68;
    * Survivor Assistance90;
    * Disability Policy and Practice.

  8. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    octobre, 2004
    Myanmar

    ...According to the U.S. Committee for Refugees, more than 600,000 Burmese refugees and asylum seekers remained in countries neighboring Burma at the end of 2003. Driven out by the ruling military regime’s policies and practices that suppress their freedom and violate their human rights, refugees and asylum seekers have fled to countries including Bangladesh, India, Malaysia and Thailand. Refugees flee forced labor, forced relocation, torture, rape, and other human rights violations perpetrated by members of the Tatmadaw (armed forces) or other State sponsored individuals or organizations.

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