A small community of indigenous Chin people are bearing the brunt of war, reports an NGO, as fighting breaks out in the state’s south.
Eight women’s rights activists were found guilty of unlawful assembly in Chin State, western Burma, on Wednesday for their participation in a demonstration against sexual violence.
Following the Burmese government’s invitation for public opinion on a proposed Religious Conversion Law, 81 organisations from Burma and elsewhere have recommended that it be completely discarded.
Why is poverty such a huge problem in Chin State? Rachel Fleming of Chin Human Rights Organization (CHRO) examines the causes and potential solutions from a human rights perspective.