Image of Peace never came: systematic war crimes and human rights violations perpetrated by the Tatmadaw in Ta'ang areas of northern Shan State. April 2016 to December 2019

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Peace never came: systematic war crimes and human rights violations perpetrated by the Tatmadaw in Ta'ang areas of northern Shan State. April 2016 to December 2019



"Throughout Myanmar‟s long civil war, Ta‟ang people and other ethnic nationality populations living in conflict areas have been subjected to a range of human rights abuses, committed primarily by the Tatmadaw (Myanmar military)." .........

"Between 2016 and 2019, 46% of cases and 49% of victim/survivors were related to arbitrary arrest, torture or disappearance. Though the number of incidences of sexual violence recorded by our field workers is relatively low, this data is likely to only represent a fraction of the actual offences. Research shows that sexual violence in conflict is difficult to quantify due to various challenges including under-reporting due to stigmatisation of survivors."


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Publisher Ta’ang Women’s Organization (TWO) : Mae Sot, Thailand.,
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