Fighting for a free anD JUST myanmar
Justice and accountability for the people of Myanmar
We are a covert group of activists dedicated to improving the lives of all the people of Myanmar. We have begun to expose the systemic causes of inequality, violence, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
As trade in Myanmar teak continues, profiting the terrorist military junta, a ban on all Myanmar timber imports is necessary.
Members of the Kyaw Thaung family operate businesses that have land leases with the Myanmar military and broker the sale of arms and related materiel.
New research conducted by BankTrack and Justice For Myanmar finds that SMBC, MUFG and Mizuho Bank provide considerable loans and financial services to companies with ties to the Myanmar military junta.
After new sanctions were imposed on the Office of the Quartermaster General, international businesses linked through real estate and hotel developments are now at risk of sanctions violations.
New documents provide conclusive evidence that Senior General Min Aung Hlaing is personally concerned that Myanmar’s oil and gas revenues keep flowing to the junta.
Indonesia hosted the first ASEAN-Russia Naval Exercise, helping to develop the capabilities of the Myanmar military and deepening complicity in the Myanmar junta's crimes.
Our brief reveals that Australia’s sovereign wealth fund, the Future Fund, invests over AUD$157 million in companies linked to the Myanmar military’s atrocities, including in businesses that sell arms.
Major US online retailers are continuing to sell jewellery with rubies and jade sourced from Myanmar, imported by Indian publicly listed company Vaibhav Global Limited.
Myanmar consumers and shop owners have turned their backs on the military controlled mobile network Mytel.
Engineer's business is aided by European and US companies.
Singapore Exchange has international law obligations for listed companies doing business with the Myanmar military.