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.
ASEAN’s defence program has allowed the Myanmar military to participate in meetings, training, intelligence exchanges, arms production, R&D, cyber security, and education. Through ongoing defence and military cooperation, it is likely that ASEAN is aiding and abetting the Myanmar military’s atrocity crimes.
Kamaz has held talks with the terrorist junta to manufacture trucks in Myanmar, which would provide the junta with arms and funds.
The Star Sapphire Group of Companies play a key role in enabling the illegal Myanmar military junta's atrocity crimes, and have acquired wealth through corruption and illicit business dealings.
Justice For Myanmar has documented 19 Russian companies for sanctions, which have supplied arms and dual use goods to the Myanmar military since 2018.
Miya Win International Limited, an arms broker for the Myanmar military, has imported parts and a full-scale training model for Camcopter S-100 UAVs following the illegal coup attempt.
Justice For Myanmar reviews international sanctions since the attempted coup. Further action is urgently needed.
A major Myanmar military arms trader, Dynasty International, has procured equipment for the Myanmar military after its illegal attempted coup.
Governments and companies in South East Asia that have provided support for Myanmar’s military are revealed in a new section of Justice For Myanmar’s Cartel Finance Map.
Shwe Byain Phyu has a long history of working with the Myanmar military and its conglomerates, linking Telenor Myanmar’s buyers with sanctioned entities and individuals.
Recently leaked documents and shipping records provide new evidence of companies supplying the terrorist Myanmar military.
Regional and international audit institutions are providing legitimacy to the illegal Myanmar military junta through recognition, engagement and support.
As trade in Myanmar teak continues, profiting the terrorist military junta, a ban on all Myanmar timber imports is necessary.