The draft bill has this week been sent to the Office of the Attorney General for ratification, before it is in turn passed on to the Union parliament for deliberation.
About 2.2 million children living in remote, conflict-hit parts of Burma could be left behind as the country rapidly develops following decades of military rule, the United Nations warns.
Burma’s Social Welfare Department is issuing hotline phone numbers in response to reports of rampant sexual crimes against minors.
The Western Rangoon District Court holds a hearing in the high-profile case of a family accused of severely abusing two young girls who worked at their tailor shop in downtown…
Child labour continues to be a serious problem affecting supply chains for goods sourced from Burma and other Asian countries, a new survey finds.
Life is short in Burma, and for many, most of it is spent working for their survival.