ASIA: NEGLECT and LOSS (Number 04)

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Neglect and loss is a newsletter containing reports and commentaries on current problems in several Asian countries. Today, we are issuing the fourth newsletter in this series. The purpose of the newsletter is to highlight many forms of unnecessary human suffering imposed on ordinary people in these countries due to the neglect of authorities to carry out their basic duties and functions to ensure protection for the people.

The current issue contains the following:

The meaning of Sustainable Development Goal 16

NEPAL: Torture and extrajudicial killing by the duty police officer of border out-post

INDIA: Scam or a curious case of self-vanishing vaccines?

BANGLADESH: Families Take to the Streets to Demand Justice for Enforced Disappearances

SRI LANKA: A Man Who went in Search for food for his family beaten and killed

INDONESIA: Victims and Justice Seekers must be included in the Sustainable Development Goals

BANGLADESH: Government Abuses COVID-19 Lockdown for Mass Arrests and Muzzling Freedoms

SRI LANKA: Colombo Port City Economic Commission – An authority without any real authority

MYANMAR/BURMA: Myanmar Situation Update (17 to 23 May 2021)

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