May 17, 2010
The International Tribunal on Crimes against Women of Burma was held in New York on March 2nd, 2010. The tribunal provided a powerful spotlight on the oppression and human rights abuses in Burma in order to support a development of just and peaceful Burma.
A report for the International Tribunal on Crimes Against Women of Burma is now available. This report documents the themes from the testimonies of the 12 Tribunal testifiers – on sexual violence against women, on civil and political violations, and on social, economic and cultural violations of human rights in Burma. The report also provides the full findings of the Tribunal judges, and outlines their recommendations for Burma’s military regime, the Asia-Pacific region, the international community and the United Nations, as well as their recommendations for civil society.
To view a copy of the report please click here
KM is proud to be a sponsor of this important and groundbreaking event.