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"Voice Up"
"The newsletter focusing on current issues of empowerment, community participation, and advocacy for women and children from Burma."

Individual Documents

Title: "Voice Up", Volume 2
Date of publication: November 2012
Description/subject: The life of a young trafficked woman...Industrial Mahachai concludes second child labor conference...Trafficking Brief...Trafficking, migration, and the need for cooperation...Voices from the field: Practitioners describe labor trafficking along the border...Migrant voices: Illegal abortion among women working in Thailand...Yangon hosts first Women’s Forum...Workshop promotes growing women’s leadership roles...Trafficking or Smuggling?.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Human Rights Foundation of Monland (HURFOM)
Format/size: pdf (1.2MB)
Date of entry/update: 19 November 2012


Title: "Voice Up" Volume 1, August 2012
Date of publication: August 2012
Description/subject: "The newsletter focusing on current issues of empowerment, community participation, and advocacy for women and children from Burma."..... "Women narratives: the life of a refugee" - "The nine refugee camps along the Thai-Burmese border are home to people displaced by war, economic hardship, and Burmese military assaults on ethnic areas. Many refugee women are burdened by difficulties, but still holding on to hope..." "Reports of child trafficking and abuse prompt educational workshop on the border"..."Support Women’s Capacity and Listen to Their Voices"..."Donor cuts nearly shut down middle school in refugee camp"..."Parents question strenuous student schedules"..."Mon language study only allowed on weekends in government schools"..."Women IDPs and refugees continue to face challenges to livelihood"..."First ever Women and Peace Workshop held in Mon State"..."Shin Saw Puu Association represents important step in women’s leadership and civil participation" - “This Association really encourages women to participate in leadership roles, and they inspire many women to get involved.”..."Young women leading community development projects"..."KWAT Demonstrates Persistent Abuses and Impunity in Kachin State"..."Child sufferers of dengue fever pack Moulmein hospital"..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Woman and Child Rights Project (WCRP)
Format/size: pdf (2.6MB)
Date of entry/update: 21 August 2012