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09/08/2009Posted by:A roundup of the most urgent and important developments in the conflicts that GI-Net and STAND are monitoring.09/08/2009Posted by:
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Some of you have already heard a little bit about the Pledge2Protect conference and are already excited for the anti-genocide movement's largest conference ever. For those of you who haven't, no worries! Big news regarding conference registration is coming out Tuesday.
Can't wait? Be the first to know by following @pledge2protect on Twitter. You'll get insider info, updates on speakers and workshops, important conference details, and you'll be the first to know it all.09/01/2009Posted by:
As we mentioned last Thursday, the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA), an ethnic Kokang ceasefire group, ended its two-decade ceasefire with the Burmese regime. The ceasefire’s end brought about several days of destructive military combat between the MNDAA and the Tatmadaw, the Burmese army.08/27/2009Posted by:
The Irrawaddy reported on Thursday that the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA), an ethnic Kokang ceasefire group, ended a two-decade ceasefire with the Burmese regime. Several instances of fighting broke out along the Sino-Burmese border, aggravating the month-long refugee crisis in the northeastern Shan State.08/11/2009Posted by:
Recently, STAND published a blog post addressing the presence of child soldiers in military combat operations by Tatmadaw, the Burmese army, and ethnic rebel groups in eastern Burma. Since then, the United Nations has taken impressive strides towards ending the abuse of children and use of child soldiers in Burma.