THE INVESTMENT SUMMIT AND THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
„British govt officials, Burmese govt officials, companies from Burma and British companies in Burma get together and avoid talking about one of the main factors influencing investment in Burma, human rights.“@MarkFarmaner on the Myanmar investment conf.https://t.co/qQ2nG1wg3v
— Burma Campaign UK (@burmacampaignuk) 20. März 2019
“I live in fear that the Tatmadaw will permanently confiscate my land. All of our work will be in vain. Our lives will be shattered.” In Southeast #Myanmar, land confiscations by armed actors have serious consequences for local communities. See our report: https://t.co/kCpbO5sNBApic.twitter.com/IeIW1iDyeI
— KHRG (@khrg) 13. März 2019
During March 9-10, 2019, an attack by over 400 Burma Army troops and two helicopter gunships against a strategic post of the Shan State Progress Party/Shan State Army (SSPP/SSA) on Pang Kha mountain, southern Hsipaw township, pic.twitter.com/HBFfHxE9dk
— SHRF (@shanhumanrights) 20. März 2019
My blog on Mondays Myanmar investment conference:
The investment summit and the elephant in the room https://t.co/4vUfaAkYP4
— Mark Farmaner (@MarkFarmaner) 20. März 2019
Sadly ironic that #Scotland has so much to showcase to Europe with their 2016 Land Reform Act and Good #Food Nation Bill, both of which could inspire the #EU #CommonFoodPolicy, just as they are threatened of exiting the EU.
— Olivier De Schutter (@DeSchutterUNSR) 20. März 2019
— Transparency Int’l (@anticorruption) 20. März 2019
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