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Showing posts with label Wai Wai Nu. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wai Wai Nu. Show all posts

Saturday, July 30, 2022

မဝေဝေနုနဲ့ အင်တာဗျူး အမေရိကန်နိုင်ငံရဲ့ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံ ပေါ်မှာ ရှိနေတဲ့ နိုင်ငံခြားရေးမူဝါဒ

Burme Human Rights Network
ဇူလိုင် ၂၉၊ ၂၀၂၂။ 

မဝေဝေနုနဲ့ အင်တာဗျူး
  • အမေရိကန်နိုင်ငံရဲ့ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံပေါ်မှာရှိနေတဲ့ နိုင်ငံခြားရေးမူဝါဒ
  • ICC ICJ Argentina မှာရှိနေတဲ့ အမှူကိစ္စတွေကို ဘယ်သူတွေက စတင်အကောင်ထည်ဖော်ခဲ့ပြီး ရိုဟင်ဂျာ တွေရဲ့အခန်းကဏ္ဏ
  • ICC နဲ့ ICJ လုပ်ထုံးလုပ်နည်းများနဲ့ အမှူတည်ဆောက်ပုံ
  • လူ့အခွင့်အရေးစံတန်ဖိုးနဲ့ တန်းတူအခွင့်အရေး
  • R2P နဲ့ပတ်သက်လို့ ဆိုရှယ်မီဒီယာမှာ လူတချို့ရေးနေသလို မဟုတ်မမှန် ကောလဟလအကြော

 
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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Rohingya, Justice, and Lessons from History

PV
December 2nd, 2021
Author: Progressive Voice

“The voluntary and dignified return of Rohingya will not be possible without addressing current human rights and humanitarian crisis stemming from the attempted coup by the Myanmar military. At the root of these crises is the military who continues to be able to enjoy blanket impunity.
 
                                       -“Wai Wai Nu, Women Peace Network
 

While the military junta continues its scorched earth offensives, particularly in Chin State, Sagaing Region, and Karenni State, a missed deadline to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) regarding steps that Myanmar has taken to prevent ongoing genocide against the Rohingya reminds the world that the military’s brutal violence we see today did not begin with its illegal coup attempt of the 1st of February. The ongoing persecution of the Rohingya, highlighted by civil society organizations, should have been a tipping point to catalyze a more effective, coordinated international response.

Sunday, June 27, 2021

Myanmar’s Democratic Vision Depends on Including Rohingya, Other Ethnic Minorities “We will never be free until all of us are free.”

THE I DIPLOMAT
Wai Wai Nu
June 25, 2021


“We will never be free until all of us are free.”

Since the February 1 coup in Myanmar, the military has unfurled a brutal nationwide crackdown targeting protesters and civilians who oppose their unlawful rule. Indeed, last week’s stinging rebuke of the military coup by the United Nations General Assembly — only the fourth such resolution since the end of the Cold War — offers a stark reminder of what’s at stake.

Saturday, November 14, 2020

Myanmar Went To the Polls for the Second Time Since the End of Military Rule but the Election Was Not Free or Fair

TIMES
November 12, 2020 
Officials of the Union Election Commission count votes during the multi-party general elections at a polling station in Yangon, Myanmar, Nov. 8, 2020.
U Aung—Xinhua via Getty
 
The Rohingya Muslim minority, to which I belong, was again disenfranchised during Myanmar’s election on Nov. 8. My community, which has faced violence and discrimination, is being even further erased from our country. Many ethnic Rakhine, Shan, Kachin, and Karen were also not able to vote. An election that excludes entire communities because of their identity cannot be considered credible, free, nor fair.

Sunday, August 30, 2020

Three Years of Campaign Against Ethnic Muslim Rohingyas ...




Friday, July 19, 2019

Rohingya activist: US ban on Myanmar generals a first step

Dhaka Tribune
AFP
July 18th, 2019
Wai Wai Nu, an advocate for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, speaks with AFP during an interview at the State Department in Washington, DC, July 17, 2019 AFP



Wai Wai Nu founded two groups promoting inter-ethnic harmony and women's rights

A formerly imprisoned Rohingya activist said Wednesday that a US ban on Myanmar's top generals was a welcome first step but urged more action to support the long-targeted minority.

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Rohingya activist says US ban on Myanmar generals a first step

Mail onlineBy
Afp
17 July 2019

Wai Wai Nu, an advocate for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, speaks at the State Department in Washington

A formerly imprisoned Rohingya activist said Wednesday that a US ban on Myanmar's top generals was a welcome first step but urged more action to support the long-targeted minority.

The State Department on Tuesday said that army chief Min Aung Hlaing, three other top officers and their families would not be allowed to visit the United States due to their roles in "ethnic cleansing" of the mostly Muslim Rohingya.
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