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June 23rd, 2017

News Round up 23/06/17

HART news Burma
  • Two Chin political parties, The Chin National Democratic Party (CNDP) and the Chin Progressive Party (CPP), have agreed to merge in an attempt to unify one of the more fractured political fields in the Burma
  • Burma raids Rohingya Muslim ‘terrorist’ training camp, Burmese security forces have raided what they claimed was a terrorist training camp in the remote west of the country, home to the stateless Rohingya Muslims.

June 16th, 2017

News Round-Up 16/06/17

HART news
  • We are currently looking for a full-time Communications and Fundraising Executive. Click here for more information about the role and how to apply
  • We are also looking for a Campaigns and Research Intern. Click here for information about interning at HART and how to apply
  • We were pleased to welcome Dr Sasa at the UK HART office this week during his visit to the UK to raise funds for Health and Hope’s training centre which was devastated by the recent Cyclone Mora.  

May 12th, 2017

News Round-Up 12/05/17

HART news
  • We are currently looking for a full-time Finance Manager and a full-time Administrator/EA to the CEO. Click here for more information about the roles and how to apply
Burma ...

April 26th, 2017

Fighting Forced Marriage and Pregnancy in Northern Uganda

Caitlin Dykes Senior Essay Entry – 2nd Prize Last year marked an unprecedented event in international justice, with the commencing of the trial of Dominic Ongwen at the International Criminal Court. Ongwen, a former Lords Resistance Army (LRA) commander and high ranking confidant of Joseph Kony, is currently facing 70 charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity; including the conscription of child soldiers, pillaging, and murder (The Guardian, 2016)....

April 26th, 2017

Hidden on the Ground: Exploring the Failure to Acknowledge and Address Sexual Violence Against Men in Uganda

Eleanor Sheerin Senior Essay  Entry – 3rd Prize Sexual violence committed in the context and furtherance of armed conflict is hardly a new phenomenon, but over the recent decades it has progressed exponentially; from being perceived as merely ‘the spoils of war’ to now being codified in international law as a war crime....

March 24th, 2017

News Round up 24/03/17

Burma ...

March 17th, 2017

News Round up 17/03/17

Burma Nigeria
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari smiles as he resumes work following seven weeks of medical leave, in Abuja, Nigeria March 13, 2017....

March 3rd, 2017

News Round up 03/03/17

Burma ...
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