BURMA/MYANMAR: Military attempting to cover-up journalist’s death in custody


Urgent Appeal Case : Par Gyi, a 49-year-old freelance journalist, and former bodyguard of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, travelled to Kyaikmayaw town, Mon State, to reporting on recent conflicts between the Burmese army and Kayan rebels in the area. In end September 2014, he disappeared. Read More...

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INDIA: Government discriminating against tribals affected by cyclone Hudhud


Hunger Alert Case : The Asian Human Rights Commission has received information about systemic discrimination against tribals and other marginalised communities affected by cyclone Hudhud. The discrimination, also witnessed in relief work in the wake of other recent disasters in India, includes tribals not being disbursed relief material earmarked for them, and the losses suffered not being assessed. Such discrimination following natural disasters has only furthered the impoverishment suffered by tribal groups in India since independence. Read More...

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SRI LANKA: AHRC calls for assistance for families affected by massive landslide in Haldummulla


Press Release : (Hong Kong, October 29, 2014) The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) is shocked and saddened by a tragic landslide, which, according to reports, has caused the disappearance of more than 300 residents in the mountainous area of Meeriyabedda, Haldummulla, Badulla District, in the early hours of 29th October 2014. Read More...

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ASIA: Weekly Roundup, Episode 50
Oct 25, 2014 Announcement
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