Support Burma Campaign UK. Support Human Rights in Burma
Tell the EU to impose more sanctions on the Burmese military.
The EU is failing to sanction arms brokers and sources of revenue to the Burmese military.
While the EU dithers, people in Burma are dying.
Email EU member states now.
The International Court of Justice is hearing a case on whether or not genocide was committed against the Rohingya. Despite calls for the British government to join the case, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss refuses to do so.
Email Liz Truss now calling on her to announce the UK will join the genocide case at the International Court of Justice.
Russia is probably the biggest supplier of arms to the Burmese military.
The same Russian jets bombing Ukraine have been sold to the Burmese military and are used for bombing civilians.
Email President Putin now and tell him to stop arming the Burmese military.
The Burmese military is using its air force to indiscriminately bomb civilians, but without aviation fuel the jets can’t fly. If they can’t fly, they can’t bomb.
Tell the British government to sanction aviation fuel now.
Tell the Prime Minister of Pakistan to stop arming the Burmese military.
Pakistan is selling fighter jets, missiles, guns and grenade launchers to the Burmese military. These weapons will be used by the Burmese military to attack and kill civilians and drive thousands more people from their homes.
Email the Prime Minister of Pakistan demanding he stops arming the Burmese military.
President Biden is failing to take effective action to stop the flow of money and arms to the Burmese military.
The main hope now to finally force more effective action against the military is the BURMA Act. Last week it passed in the House of Representatives with bi-partisan support, but in the Senate it is being blocked by two Senators, Todd Young and Mitch McConnell.
Tell Young and McConnell to stop protecting the Burmese military.
Most Rohingya refugees who arrived in Bangladesh were children. They have now spent almost four years living in squalid conditions. They are surrounded by barbed wire fences.
Please email the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and urge her to ensure that Rohingya refugees no longer have to live in these squalid camps.
The Burmese military committed genocide against the Rohingya, war crimes and crimes against humanity against other ethnic groups, and now have held another military coup. Despite this, 11 countries are still engaged in military training and cooperation with the Burmese military.
Ask your MP to support a motion calling for stronger British government action against the military.
A serving member of the Burmese military, Captain Soe Aung, is living and working in the UK.
Tell Foreign Secretary Liz Truss to kick him out!