NGOs say that villagers have been displaced and fatalities suffered amid alleged attacks from the Burma army.
As the latest group of child soldiers are released from Burma’s military, challenges still exist for those at-risk in the face of the country’s much lauded reforms.
Key actors, including Aung San Suu Kyi, meet to discuss issues including constitutional reform and peace talks, but some see the talks as unsatisfying.
A coalition of ethnic NGOs says the draft National Land Use Policy is flawed because it overlooks traditional shifting agricultural practices in Burma.
Abel Tweed, who is chairing the last day of ceasefire talks in Laiza, said on Monday that the ethnic alliance was “hoping for the best, but would also prepare for…
The Nationalities Brotherhood Federation will stage public protests across eastern Shan State if a parliament approves a Proportional Representation (PR) voting system.