A Buddhist monk and a young novice were injured in a mine explosion in Mongnawng, Shan State, on Monday evening.
Shan rights groups have accusing the Burmese army of bombing schools, firing on civilians and raping women in the past two months.
The start of dialogue among signatories of the peace accord ran into problems as some political parties voiced anger over being excluded from the process.
The Burmese army and ethnic rebels the Shan State Army-North have agreed to temper hostilities after over a month of fighting in the country’s northeast.
Renowned activist group 88 Generation Peace and Open Society (88GPOS) is planning a public movement to call for an end to civil conflict across the country.
Shan State Army-North has accused government forces of resuming their assault on the rebel group, despite sending representatives to discuss a truce.