Supports and participates in numerous networks both inside and outside Burma, advocating to defend human rights and protect the environment through lobbying, public events and demonstrations, and...
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From August 21 to 22, 2015, the Karen Peace Support Network (KPSN) convened an emergency meeting on the Thailand-Burma border. The meeting was attended by 26 representatives from 15 organizational members. In trajectory with its future undertakings, KPSN warmly and openly deliberated and analyzed the progress of the current peace process and released its position as follows.
KESAN is part of a coalition of 24 indigenous rights organizations that has made a joint submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Burma's human rights record. Burma will be reviewed in the 23rd Session of the UPR Working Group of the Human Rights Council, coming up this November 2015.
Since 2012, with the support from Phan Foundation and Tharamu Bwa Bwa Phan, KESAN's wildlife team has been able to annually support some IDP (Internally Displaced Person) students for their education in Mutraw District, Karen State. On behalf of the IDPs students, KESAN would like to say thanks to Phan Foundation for their support until now and other personal contributors who supported the students in the past!