The campaign marks the third anniversary of the death of veteran journalist and former political prisoner Win Tin, who died on 21 April 2014.
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Traditional memorials were held all over Burma to honour NLD co-founder Win Tin, one week after he died from kidney failure.
Thousands of people pay their final respects at the funeral of democracy champion, Win Tin, on Wednesday.
NLD’s Win Tin meets nationalist monk Wirathu in Mandalay to discuss the NLD’s aim to amend Article 59(f) of the constitution
Photographer James Mackay has won numerous awards for his work documenting human rights abuses and corruptions of power in Burma, none more so than his project on Burma’s political prisoners.[…]
A year on from the elections, the misguided evaluations of Burma’s so-called reform continue to mask an unyielding self-centredness at the heart of Naypyidaw
Aung San Suu Kyi tells NLD central executive committee she is positive on co-operation with govt after recent talks in Naypyidaw
Doctors checking liver and heart of Win Tin, a founding member of the National League for Democracy who turns 82 tomorrow
Opposition leader would likely refuse to meet with US senator Jim Webb this week on account of his ‘soft’ stance towards the Burmese junta, Win Tin says
Diplomats on a ‘fact finding’ mission following the decision by Burma’s main opposition party not to compete in elections this year
Senior National League for Democracy member tells DVB that the mood remains positive among party members who will reorganise under a new strategy
Nov 13, 2008 (DVB)-Recently released veteran journalist and pro-democracy leader U Win Tin said the visit of United Nations’ Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to Burma could end up as a nod[…]
Jan 29, 2008 (DVB), Veteran journalist and long-term political prisoner U Win Tin is making a good recovery after an operation for a hernia, his friend U Maung Maung Khin[…]