(Bangkok) – Burmese authorities should not pursue a criminal complaint brought under Burma’s privacy law against a Facebook user for posts critical of a state chief minister, Human Rights Watch said today. Parliament should promptly amend the privacy law, enacted in March 2017, to eliminate the provision criminalizing harm toRead More →

  Refugees and refugee protection have become global issues, in a number of ways. Firstly, geographically. There is no region of the world not affected, whether as a producer or a receiver of refugees, or as a country of transit. Secondly, in the causes of migration. These form a broadRead More →