in ,

Fighting Fear Puts Myanmar Junta's Repression on Display | Human Right Watch



Read more: https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/09/16/paris-exhibition-puts-myanmar-juntas-repression-display

The Myanmar military’s February 1 coup sparked the largest and most widespread protests in the country’s recent history, showing people’s determination not to be dragged back into a dark past of military dictatorship.

The military responded with ruthless repression, killing more than 1,000 people, arbitrarily arresting and detaining thousands, banning independent media, and cutting off internet access. The junta’s widespread and systematic abuses, including murder, rape and other sexual violence, and torture amount to crimes against humanity.

If you want to know more about Myanmar issues, please visit: https://www.hrw.org/asia/myanmar-burma

To support our work, please visit: https://hrw.org/donate

Human Rights Watch: https://www.hrw.org

Subscribe for more: https://bit.ly/2OJePrw

source

Written by Option

Option ist eine idealistische, völlig unabhängige und globale “social media Plattform” zu Nachhaltigkeit und Zivilgesellschaft. Gemeinsam zeigen wir positive Alternativen in allen Bereichen auf und unterstützen sinnvolle Innovationen und zukunftsweisende Ideen – konstruktiv-kritisch, optimistisch, am Boden der Realität. Die Option-Community widmet sich dabei ausschließlich relevanten Nachrichten und dokumentiert die wesentlichen Fortschritte unserer Gesellschaft.

What do you think?

16 Points
Upvote Downvote

Leave a Reply

The Human Rights Shame of UAE Expo 2020 | Human Right Watch

Fire Drill Friday with Jane Fonda and Rep. Ro Khanna | Greenpeace USA