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BurmaNet News
BurmaNet News is an online newspaper that offers general coverage of news and opinion on Burma from around the world.
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Burma Project/Southeast Asia Initiative Web features available online at different locations:
Burma: Country in Crisis
Voices of '88
Impressions from a Burma in Exile
About This Initiative
The Burma Project/Southeast Asia Initiative focuses on open society issues throughout Southeast Asia, particularly in Burma but also in other countries where essential freedoms are threatened.
Reading Burma: A Benefit for Cyclone Relief and Freedom of Expression in Burma/Myanmar
New York City
September 23, 2008
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PEN, the OSI Burma Project, and The New York Review of Books honored Burmese writers whose work has been suppressed by the military regime and to support the victims of the recent cyclone.
Burma's Agony: The International Humanitarian Response
Asia Society
June 9, 2008
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The Open Society Institute along with the Asia Society convened a panel discussion to assess the situation in Burma after Cyclone Nargis.
Disaster: Six Days After Nargis, Burma's Junta Continues to Block International Aid
May 9, 2008
This report on Cyclone Nargis by Burma Project/Southeast Asia Initiative grantee the Alternative Asean Network on Burma explores the chronology of the worst cyclone disaster to hit Asia since 1991.
Learning to Listen: A Manual for Oral History Projects
May 2008
Learning to Listen, produced by OSI grantee The Green Centre, for Non-Western Art is a manual to develop oral history and oral testimony projects with people in or from Burma.
Former World Leaders Rally for Burma’s Political Prisoners, Call for UN Action
December 3, 2008
The Soros foundations network partnered with the Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights and Freedom and others to garner presidential signatures calling for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi and all political prisoners currently being held by Burma’s junta.
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