Jam v. IFC – what does it mean for accountability?
„The premature lifting of 🇪🇺 sanctions despite the failure of set conditions to be met reduced international leverage.“
— Burma Campaign UK (@burmacampaignuk) 5. April 2019
— Bretton Woods Proj. (@brettonwoodspr) 3. April 2019
— Christian J. Tams (@CJTams) 3. April 2019
.@burmacampaignuk published a “Dirty List” to “name and shame” & pressure international companies doing business with the military in #Myanmar, involved in projects violating #humanrights or destroying the environment. #BizHumanRightshttps://t.co/LcgqblAMsopic.twitter.com/5IAPa7Vwot
— Manushya Foundation (@ManushyaFdn) 3. April 2019
— Bretton Woods Proj. (@brettonwoodspr) 4. April 2019
Together with over 100 civil society organizations, @cchrcambodia urges the government of #BruneiDarussalam to immediately halt the full implementation of the Sharia Penal Code. #StandUpforHumanRights🏳️🌈https://t.co/eE4SplDqwj
— CCHR Cambodia (@cchrcambodia) 4. April 2019
What an honour to pick up an @AmnestyUK Media Award on behalf of our jailed Reuters colleagues Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo. Congrats to the whole @Reuters team behind our “Myanmar Burning” series. #MediaAwards2019#FreeWaLoneKyawSoeOo#journalismisnotacrime With @email@example.com/T5dIgLb0xm
— Andrew RC Marshall (@Journotopia) 3. April 2019
Nicholas Koumjian has been appointed head of the #UN’s Independent Investigative Mechanism for #Myanmar (IIM), mandated to prepare evidence & assist criminal prosecutions of perpetrators of atrocity crimes in Myanmar.
— Lotte Leicht (@LotteLeicht1) 3. April 2019
How #China turned a city into a prison – A surveillance state reaches new heights – or more to the point; new lows …
— Lotte Leicht (@LotteLeicht1) 4. April 2019
— Transparency Int’l (@anticorruption) 4. April 2019
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