Urgent Appeal

Recent developments of responding to the Rohingya Issue

Responding to the Rohingya Issue   - Inter-governmental Conference, FORUM-ASIA, SAPA, APRRN   On May 29, the inter-governmental conference on migration "Special Meeting on Irregular Migration in the Indian Ocean" was hosted by the Thai government in Bangkok, Thailand and attended by 17 countries, including the concerned countries Indonesia, Malaysia, Burma, and Thailand. This special meeting on the Southeast Asia migrant crisis was aimed

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Urgent Call for Action Statement on Rohingya

  Asia Democracy Network Urgent Call for Action:  Save the Rohingya and Bangladeshi Stranded in the Sea     Over 4,000 Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants, many of them women and children are stranded and dying in the Andaman Sea due to extreme conditions and no food and water. The ethnic minorities Rohingya’s, native to Burma and the Bangladeshi’s left their homes to escape persecution and extreme poverty. Yet continuously, they are rejected

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The Gwangju Forum on the Future of Human Rights in ASIA organized by ADN, FORUM-ASIA, May 18 Foundation

GWANGJU FORUM on the FUTURE of HUMAN RIGHTS in ASIA Gwangju, Korea 14:00-18:00 on 16 May 2015 The Gwangju Forum on the Future of Human Rights in Asia is co-organized by ADN and FORUM-ASIA, in partnership with May 18 Foundation. The Forum will be held in Gwangju from 14:00-18:00 on 16 May (Saturday) 2015 as part of the Gwangju Asia Forum (GAF) on 16-18 May 2015 hosted by May 18 Foundation. The Forum aims to reflect on human rights and democracy in

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[Nepal CSO] Letter of Appeal against Thai Military Coup

Nepal CSO - The civil society organizations in Nepal have come in solidarity to write a letter of appeal condemning the Thai military coup and demand to uphold basic human rights standards. 28 May 28, 2014 Leader of National Peace and Order Council Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha Royal Thai Army Headquarters Rachadamnoen Nok Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand Fax:  (+66-2) 226 1838 E-mail: prforeign@gmail.com   Dear General, We, the members of civil society

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