Support Burma Campaign UK. Support Human Rights in Burma
Timber and gems exports from Burma are worth billions of dollars a year, and now that the military have seized government departments at gunpoint, that money will be going to the military.
Tell the British government to help secure justice for the Rohingya and join the genocide case at the International Court of Justice.
Help us support activists on the ground in Burma/Myanmar
“How many of us have to die before the international community helps us?”
This is the question people in Burma keep asking.
Since the brutal military coup, people in Burma/Myanmar are appealing for international help. Burma Campaign UK is answering their call.
Ask your elected Representative to help the people of Myanmar
Day after day the people of Burma are taking to the streets to protest military rule.
Peaceful protesters are being shot and killed, beaten and arrested, and having stun grenades and tear gas fired at them. Yet still every day they come back, resisting the military coup. Their bravery is incredible.
To: Nick Clegg, Vice President, Global Affairs, Facebook
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1,064 have signed the petition. Will you help us reach 2,000?
Will you email Dominic Raab today, calling on him to build a global arms embargo and support international courts putting the generals on trial for their crimes?
Day after day the people of Burma are taking to the streets to protest military rule. Their bravery is incredible.
But the international community is not doing everything it can to help. We need to put more pressure on governments around the world to act. Ask your MP to support Burmese protesters resisting military rule.
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, 12 countries are still engaged in military training and cooperation with the Burmese military.
Tata is a huge Indian company. In the UK they are best known for the Tetley tea brand, owning Jaguar and Land Rover, and investments in the steel industry.
The annual British aid budget for Burma is almost £90 million a year, but not enough of it is reaching people from ethnic minorities who have fled attacks by the Burmese military.