Which companies are doing business with Burma’s genocidal military?
We have written to four more companies, two from Thailand, one from Australia and one from Austria, notifying them that they will be added to our ‚Dirty List‘ of companies linked to Burma’s military, and/or human rights violations, when it is updated in December.
— Burma Campaign UK (@burmacampaignuk) August 29, 2019
The current ‚Dirty List‘ is available here: https://t.co/6KJbRgoIM2
— Burma Campaign UK (@burmacampaignuk) 11. Oktober 2019
Companies from the USA, Europe and the rest of the world are working for and with military owned companies, helping to pay for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
— Mark Farmaner (@MarkFarmaner) September 27, 2019
“If anything, the situation of the Rohingya in Myanmar is worse after another year of living in deplorable conditions”
— Lotte Leicht (@LotteLeicht1) October 8, 2019
Here is the link to the resolution: https://t.co/PnapzcIpE6
— Burma Campaign UK (@burmacampaignuk) 19. September 2019
PV, @forum_asia & @khrg ystday call on member & observer States to the #UN#HRC to take concrete action to ensure justice & accountability for #Genocide, #CrimesAgainstHumanity and #WarCrimes perpetrated against ethnic & religious minorities in #Myanmar. https://t.co/B8WlUJxHQCpic.twitter.com/GdBLwbf1bV
— Progressive Voice (@PVamplify) 18. September 2019
MISSION TO FREE BURMESE FILMMAKER GAINS MOMENTUM: https://t.co/dwwhSfvgjm
— Burma Campaign UK (@burmacampaignuk) 9. September 2019
It should hardly come as a surprise that the authoritarian #BDGovt clamps down on those in need. They helped #Rohingya when it served as distraction from their own #humanrugyts abuses. #Rohingya no longer serve #publicrelations whitewash of #SheikhHasina and #AwamiLeague https://t.co/cgbFaePDBQ
— Toby Cadman (@tobycadman) 8. September 2019
KPSN: Karen Martyrs Day And Charges Against Organisers https://t.co/f9Mvi33goT
— Mark Farmaner (@MarkFarmaner) 11. September 2019
In view of my reports today on the eradication of Rohingya villages in Rakhine State I am reposting this fascinating thread on rice cultivation there https://t.co/0zyoJQWY4i
— Jonathan Head (@pakhead) 10. September 2019
7 years ago today, Ali Enterprises burned to the ground in Karachi killing over 250 workers. Today, textile & garment factories in Pakistan remain just as unsafe as then.
Read more in our new report: https://t.co/I52Q4U1kP1
— Labor Rights Forum (@ILRF) 11. September 2019
1/2 Today marks the 7th anniversary of the #BaldiaFactoryFire in #Karachi, that lead to the death of 258 workers. The case ag retailer #KiK shows that #Germany needs a #HumanRights#duediligence law. Those affected by #bizhumanrights need access to justicehttps://t.co/UROXmdNInjpic.twitter.com/mw4AY4WJEi
— ECCHR (@ECCHRBerlin) 11. September 2019
Here’s a question. If so-called ‚progressive‘ forums like the LRB choose to ignore a book like Insurgent Empire, warts and all, never mind BBC et al, what is the answer to the question: ‚why hasn’t Niall Ferguson’s history of empire been challenged at all?‘
— Priyamvada Gopal, Uppity Esquire (@PriyamvadaGopal) 11. September 2019
— claudio tecchio (@DossierTibet) August 29, 2019
— Julian Ku 古舉倫 (@julianku) August 29, 2019
10 years ago the first twitt https://t.co/3gmeiuCJYv
— claudio tecchio (@DossierTibet) September 4, 2019
According to an emeritus professor of history at WhatsApp University, Motilal Nehru, Jawaharlal Nehru and Feroze Gandhi were Muslims masquerading as non-Muslims. A young acolyte of the said professor maintains that Mamata Banerjee is Muslim too.
— Vivek Sengupta (@vsengupta) August 30, 2019
Sponsored by the Burmese military owned black shield stout, promoting a company which pays for genocide.
— Mark Farmaner (@MarkFarmaner) 11. September 2019
Aung San Suu Kyi has the power to free him today. She is keeping more than 200 political prisoners in jail. https://t.co/SAXf0bqMAp
— Mark Farmaner (@MarkFarmaner) August 29, 2019
In #Myanmar werden die #Rohingya nach wie vor nicht als ethnische Gruppe anerkannt. Der Staat billigt ihnen keine Menschen- oder #Bürgerrechte zu. Khin Maung appelliert direkt aus einem Camp an die #internationaleGemeinschaft, endlich zu handeln. @spdde@the_erc@HeikoMaaspic.twitter.com/B5uOnCxywS
— GfbV (@GfbV) August 26, 2019
The end-of-mission briefing of the @UN Special Rapporteur on #Freedom of #Religion or Belief, Ahmed Shaheed, on his visit to #SriLanka, was held today.
Full statement – https://t.co/sTEH8kBqA6pic.twitter.com/jEMvayDNRX
— UN in Sri Lanka (@UNSriLanka) August 26, 2019
The #Chinese regime currently running a ‘training program’ in Lhasa, described as an intense brainwashing exercise targeting senior #Buddhist figures from across #Tibet.The aim of this event is to indoctrinate and coerce on the subject of reincarnation
— claudio tecchio (@DossierTibet) August 26, 2019
#Myanmar govt must immediately and unconditionally release Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi, end the judicial harassment of government and military critics, and reform laws that restrict the right to freedom of expression.
— Matthew Bugher (@bughermk1) August 29, 2019
Along w/ the Fact Sheet, CCHR also releases a new #FundamentalFreedoms Snapshot on the right to #FreedomofPeacefulAssembly in relation to Land Disputes in #Cambodia in 2018-2019. Find it here in EN https://t.co/uwQVb17fFh & KH https://t.co/okBdULZ7Q2#BizHumanRights#LandRightspic.twitter.com/UROoFjdaJD
— CCHR Cambodia (@cchrcambodia) 27. August 2019
The verdict in the trial of Uon Chhin & Yeang Sothearin, two former #RFA reporters facing espionage charges (Criminal Code Art. 445), due to be delivered this morning has been delayed. A new date has not yet been set. #Cambodia#PressFreedom#journalists#FreedomofExpressionpic.twitter.com/ycxvdgpwN2
— CCHR Cambodia (@cchrcambodia) 30. August 2019
#CCHR’s latest info-graphic explains the implementation phase of #Cambodia’s 3rd #UPR cycle & outlines the role of various stakeholders to ensure we progress toward successful implementation of the recommendations. #humanrightshttps://t.co/VKMQTw6khNpic.twitter.com/mvSe1YvYp1
— CCHR Cambodia (@cchrcambodia) 6. September 2019
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