BROUK REPORTS

Paths to Justice: Opportunites for Inclusive International Justice in Post-Coup Myanmar

Myanmar’s National Unity Government (NUG) and the international community must put justice for atrocity crimes at the centre of all efforts to restore democracy following the military coup, the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) has said in a new briefing. BROUK sets out the paths available to pursue international justice for the brutal violence unleashed …

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Dereliction of Duty: International Inaction over Myanmar’s Noncompliance with ICJ Provisional Measures

Executive summary The key to preventing history from repeating itself is ensuring justice and accountability for the gross human rights violations amounting to atrocity crimes perpetrated against the Rohingya in Myanmar. The International Court of Justice’s recognition of their identity and right to exist as a protected group in the preliminary hearings in The Gambia …

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Myanmar’s 2020 elections: unfair, un-free, and anti-democratic

Executive summary Myanmar’s second competitive, multi-party elections are scheduled for 8 November 2020. The elections have been billed as a milestone in Myanmar’s democratic transition, yet it is increasingly obvious that the electoral process will be deeply anti-democratic and will systematically, and deliberately, disenfranchise ethnic and religious minorities, as well as civilians living in conflict-affected …

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Five steps the UK government can take now to start to address the Rohingya crisis

The British government has not done all it can to ensure justice and accountability for the violations of international law against the Rohingya and other ethnic groups in Burma. This briefing, put together by BROUK, Burma Campaign UK and Justice4RohingyaUK, highlights five things the British government could do to start to address the Rohingya crisis. …

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‘A continuing genocide’ – Myanmar’s failure to implement the International Court of Justice Provisional Measures Order

This briefing shines a light on how Myanmar has failed to comply with provisional measures imposed by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in January 2020, which ordered an end to genocidal acts against the Rohingya. Myanmar was required to submit its first report on compliance with these measures on 23 May, although the report …

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‘I Thought I Would Die’ – New Report Details Eyewitness Accounts of Atrocities – Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK

The Rohingya are currently being targeted by the fourth wave of ethnic cleansing against them in the past five years. This new report, ‘I Thought I Would Die’ presents evidence of violations of international law being perpetrated against the Rohingya, including attacks on children, indiscriminate use of landmines, random firing on fleeing villagers and the use of …

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BROUK Report on “Burned, Stabbed and Shot – Physical Evidence of Atrocities Committed against the Rohingya.”

On October 9th, 2016, the long saga of oppression endured by Myanmar’s Rohingya minority entered a new phase. For the first time in a generation, members of the group staged an armed attack, on this occasion against three Border Guard Police (BGP) posts in Rakhine State, killing nine officers and seizing weapons and ammunition. According …

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