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Briefing on Amnesty International Report: Crimes Against Humanity in Eastern Myanmar, June 2008 more detail...
Report Calls For Burma's Leaders to be Investigated for Human Rights Abuses Over Nargis ResponseHeadline more detail ...
Time to End Impunity for Heinous crimes by the Military Regime more detail...
Utställningen Sightseeing Burma visas den 28 april kl. 17-22, samt den 29 april - 3 maj kl. 12-17
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Zoya Phan is International Coordinator at Burma Campaign UK and is one of the leading Burmese democracy activists in Europe. more detail...
Burmese military regime arrests 5 trade union members in Burma more detail...
SIGHSEEING : BURMA (Swedish Burma Committee)

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Forgotten Future: Children Affected by Armed Conflict in Burma (HREIB)

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Welcome >>

Swedish-Burmese Human Rights Association's (SBHRA) main goals are awarenessrising of the Burmese past and present situation; facilitating integration for Burmese in-exiles into their new society; establishing networks between different efforts done in aid of the Burmese cause carried out by individuals and organization throughout the world.

SBHRA is primarily active in Sweden, Scandinavia


About SBHRA >>

The Swedish-Burmese Human Rights Association (SBHRA) is an organization located in Sweden with its main membershipbase being Swedes, Burmese in-exiles, and other Burma interested people living in Sweden. The main aim of the organization it to create a network of the Burmese in-exiles here in Sweden, in order to generate a body of support for actions taken in espousal of the world-wide Burmese pro-democracy movement. Membership is also open for non-Burmese nationals. By pooling all the resources into one unit, one organization, we hope to decrease the amount of energy spent on repetitive actions taken by individuals and organizations alike.

We believe that the tide has changed for Burma, that the fight for freedom is necessary and important, and that now is the time for the world to listen to our story, to understand our suffering and to help in our cause. To accomplish this SBHRA has set up three primary goals that will help us focus our efforts and to assist other organizations and individuals understand what we do, what we are and what our purpose is. These goals have been decided by the board of our organization and are the very foundation of each of the decisions coming from SBHRA. If any action is not aligned with these three simple goals in any way, then it is not for us to work with. By simplifying things this way we run the risk of missing out on 1% of important information from time to time, but more importantly it helps us focus and make the most of the remaining 99%!

These goals of ours is:

  • Awareness - Awarenessrising - To raise local and global awareness regarding the past and current situation in Burma using tools and methods best suited for success. On the local level we lecture and explain about the Burmese cause, as well as organizing and participating in manifestations, demonstrations and events. Where there is an opportunity for us to raise awareness we want to be present. On the global scale we use our second goal which is:
  • Network - Building strong networks between organizations and individuals working for a free Burma. Unifying the efforts and spreading information on current goals and activities.
  • Integration - To assist in integrating exile Burmese people into the society, with a primary focus on Sweden. Though the Swedish society is an open and democratic environment, arriving as a foreigner and adopting to the cultural, social and environmental differences is not as easy as it could and should be. This is an area we hope to influence.

 

 

Mayday' Event in Hallsberg city 2009 >>

As the first step, we have organized to collect the first signatures for
our campaign in Hallsberg city, Sweden. With the participation of local
Swedish people, we gathered at the Folket Hus in Hallsberg city, gave out
pamphlets and explained about our petition campaign.


MYA LAY TRIP IN OSLO' Meeting IN NORWAY (APRIL 23, 2009

 

Events >>

1 may 2006 - Hallsberg

Ett mycket lyckat 1 maj i Hallsberg. Gunnel Hedström talade och jämförde situationen mellan Sverige och Thailand utifrån ett flyktingperspektiv. Gunnel hälsade också de närvarande Burmesiska kamraterna välkomna till Hallsberg genom att säga några meningar på Burmesiska. Medialt blev det också positivt.
En helsida i Nerikes Allehanda med foto på Zawlin htwe bärande på plakat med Sun Kuy Ett stort tack till Gunnel Hedström för underbart arbete och ett gott initiativ som blev minnesvärt!
 


Past Events >>

15 april 2006 - Hallsberg

A manifestation to raise awareness regarding the new proposal handed in to the Burmese government in terms of improving conditions for negotiations. This is also in time for Burmese new-years which is a grand event in the Burmese calendar.
Our celebration started 12:00 o'clock and finished 14:00 PM in Hallsberg city in Sweden on march-12-2006.
There was over 20 people including some swedish people participated and joined together for the celebration.
 
13 march is the human rights day of burma in memory of the killing of student leader Ko Phone Maw, who was shot day by the military in march 1988. after this, in aug same year, the student uprisings took place. Ko Phone Maw's death triggered the uprisings
 

 

8888 ANNIVERSARY STOCKHOLM HALLSBERG
   
 
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