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Prague, 13 September 2013. On the occasion of the upcoming visit by Burmese opposition politician Aung San Suu Kyi to the Czech Republic, the Czech nonprofit organization Burma Center Prague sends greetings from the Burmese community and expresses the hope that the democratization of Burma will include all of its citizens. The Burmese community in
Prague, December 10, 2012. Today, at the occasion of the Human Rights Day, the Czech non-profit organization Burma Center Prague launches the report “Responsible Tourism in Myanmar: Current Situation and Challenges” written by the researcher Ko Ko Thett from the Department of Development Studies at the University of Vienna. The report offers a critical analysis
PRAGUE, June 11, 2012. Burma Center Prague today launched the 2012 edition of its Microgrant Program, providing small grants to Burmese refugee organizations in India. This form of support has proven highly successful during the past two years, yielding notable improvements in the organizations’ activities. With the help of these targeted and highly efficient non-repayable
Update at 2:45pm: personal message from Aung San Suu Kyi Aung San Suu Kyi delivered the following message of condolence on the passing of Mr. Václav Havel: “This is not only a loss for one person or one country, it is a great loss for humankind. I can’t find the words to express my sorrow
With deep sorrow, Burma Center Prague today received news of the passing of Mr. Vaclav Havel, a key figure not only for the history of the Czech Republic, but also for the international community and in particular for the Burmese democratic movement. Today, Burma Center Prague received many phone calls and e-mails from partner organizations