Myanmar


New Evidence Uncovers War Crimes Committed By Myanmar Military

Military operations in the Rakhine State of Myanmar, have been declared as war crimes after recent investigations. Amnesty International’s report ‘“No one can protect us”: War Crimes and abuses in Myanmar’s Rakhine State’ released on May 29, found that since January 2019, Myanmar military has been conducting acts of violence […]


Rohingyan Crisis remains at ‘total standstill’ according to UN Fact Finding Mission

Last week, the UN International Fact-Finding Mission in Myanmar (FFM) urged the international community to pressure Myanmarese authorities to take direct action in the Rohingya crisis as widespread human rights abuses and overcrowded refugee camps continue to plague the community. Myanmar’s carelessness faced sharp criticism by FFM Chairperson Marzuki Darusman […]


The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Will 2019 See A Move Back To Myanmar?

For many Rohingya’s, the year 2018 was a desperate year. Two thirds of the minority group’s population living in the Rakhine state of Myanmar made the journey into neighbouring Bangladesh. The focal point of said migration, Cox’s Bazar, holds an insurmountable number of refugees, totalling more than a million. It […]


International Day For Mine Awareness And Assistance In Mine Action 1

According to the Humanitarian Challenges 2019 report, presented by the Colombian delegation of the International Committee of The Red Cross, the humanitarian situation in the country has deteriorated in the last year.  The ICRC has stated that there are still five non-international armed conflicts within the borders of Colombia and […]