Military Coup in Burma

The military staged a coup in Burma on Feb 1st, arrested many political leaders and human rights activists and effectively dismissed the results of the November elections.  Since then, people have taken to the streets to protest the military coup and have been met with excessive violence and force.  March 27th was the worst day to date as over 100 people were killed in one day.  We need to act now to support those protesting on the streets. 
BC UK Supporting Peace and Justice in Burma

Take action: Rohingya Crisis

Please write to the Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney and the UN Secretary General, António Guterres asking for action to be taken to support the Rohingya in Burma’s Rakhine State and for those in refugee camps in Bangladesh. A draft email is outlined.



Burma Coup Watch

Altsean-Burma is providing weekly thematic updates on events in Burma since the military (Tatmadaw) staged a coup d’état on 1st February 2021.

Burma Coup Watch…

Take Action to support the people of Burma.

There has been international condemnation of the military’s actions on 27th of March when more than 100 people were killed in one day.  The AAPP-B have confirmed that 4,296 people have been arrested, charged or sentenced. Still more people are in detention or have outstanding warrants.

Burma Action Ireland

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