Excluded: Burma’s Ethnic Nationalities on the Margins of Democracy and Development (2013)
This report presents documented evidence that ethnic nationalities directly affected by development projects in Burma are systematically denied their right to free, prior, and informed consent (FPIC). While development related abuse has been well documented, no report has shed light on the staggering scale of the widespread denial of participation rights in Burma.
Pipeline Nightmare, a 2012 report on land confiscation, militarization and human rights abuses caused by the construction of the Shwe Gas Pipeline.
Poison Clouds, 2011 report on lessons from Burma’s largest coal project at Tigyit.
Stolen Lives: Monopoly Tea Farms, 2011 report on problems faced by tea cultivators in Palaung areas.
Lightless Life, 2010 report on the lack of educational opportunities for Ta’ang children.
Robbing the Future, 2009 report on human right abuses and environmental impacts engendered from Pinpet Ironing Mining projects In Taunggyi Township, Southern Shan State.
Land Confiscation in ethnic areas, 2010.
Biofuel by Decree, Unmasking Burma’s Bio-Energy Fiasco, 2008.
Holding Our Ground, 2008 report on land confiscation in Arakan, Mon and Pa-O areas.
2008 Report on the Background of Conflict and Situation of Indigenous Mon People in Burma, delivered to the United Nations Seventh Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issue.
Damming the Irrawaddy, 2007 report on the first dam on the Irrawaddy River, leading to mass displacement, livelihood destruction and threats to dolphins.