The project „Memory of Myanmar“ seeks to support the democratization of Burma/Myanmar by conserving the oral memories of key witnesses who personally experienced the country‘s past times of oppression as political prisoners. These testimonies will serve as an audiovisual archive to prevent that knowledge about these periods will fall into oblivion , making sure that
Selected essays and speeches of the late Czech president Václav Havel have been translated into Burmese. The book was presented to the public with the attendance of the President of Myanmar U Htin Kyaw and the State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
This project was funded by individuals and included a 3-day training on project management in Kalay Myo, close to Myanmar’s Chin State for about 30 representatives of local civil society organizations, predominantly with only little experience in implementing own projects. Four organizations were then awarded with a small grant for training purposes, based on previous
This project has been authorized for 3 years of operation, 2012-14. It responds to the dramatic situation of Burmese refugees living in Delhi and Northeast India and the famine in Chin State, in Northwestern Burma. The important position of India as partner of the Burmese regime and as the world’s largest democracy led to the
This project responds to the lack of efficient and coordinated activities in India for democracy in Burma, to the dramatic situation of Burmese refugees living in India, and to the famine in Burma’s Chin state. The important position of India as a partner of the Burmese regime and as the world’s largest democracy led to
This campaign has finished This campaign was launched to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the massacre on 8/8/1988. We invited the public to “adopt” Burmese political prisoners. The campaign culminated in a public event at the place where the protesters of the Czech Saffron Revolution were confronted with the police. Each adopted prisoner was dedicated