BWU is an independent association aiming to organize the women of Burma,
both along the Thailand, India and China borders of the country and
internationally. Membership with BWU is open to all women of Burma regardless
of ethnicity, race, religion, marital status, sexual preference, or livelihood.
Mission BWU exists to promote the role of women in Burma and to efficiently
increase women's contributions to the political and social leadership functions
in the struggle for democracy and human rights and the establishment of a
genuine democratic federal union.
The All Students’ Democratic Front was born with the intention to remove
the military dictatorship and establish a democratic federal union in Burma in
the wake of the 1988 popular democratic Uprising. The front aims are to work
for the people from all walks of life in Burma regardless of race, religion or
The National Health and Education(NHEC) is an umbrella organization for
the health and education of ethnic nationalities and democratic groups. Its
member organizations are basically political in nature and operate within the
broader movement towards national reconciliation in Burma.
There are at present 28 members and
affiliated organizations working with the NHEC. They operate in different parts
of the country and along the Thailand-Burma border, China-Burma borders,
India-Burma border, and Bangladesh-Burma border.
Human Rights Center (MHRC) is a non-governmental organization that pioneers
human rights work for the Moro people. It was established on November 20th
1987 to extend services and support through its programs: Research and
Documentation, Advocacy and Campaigns, Relief and Rehabilitation, and Trainings,
Education and Organizing. Through its programs, the MHRC plays its role in the
protection and promotion of the Moro people’s human rights.
a research group for development alternatives, based in Dhaka, Bangladesh,
started Chita in 1993.UBINIG is the abbreviation of its Bengali name Unnayan
Bikalper Nitinirdharoni Gobeshona. In English it means Policy Research
for Development Alternatives. It is essentially a policy advocacy and research