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FRC is an umbrella network of #Rohingya refugees, their leading spokespersons, and international friends working together to end #Myanmar genocide.

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FRC is an umbrella network of #Rohingya refugees, their leading spokespersons, and international friends working together to end #Myanmar genocide.

    Dr Zarni calls for the reassessment of bilateral & multilateral relations with Myanmar

    Dr Zarni calls for the reassessment of bilateral & multilateral relations with Myanmar

    Dr Maung Zarni calls for the reassessment of bilateral and multilateral relations with the UN Member state of Myanmar, in the hands of the genocide perpetrators.

    He urges the international community of democracies to provide Myanmar resistance with arms and other support in the same manner they are unequivocally arming and supporting Ukrainian resistance against the war criminal regime of Putin.

    BBC World Radio
    22 March 2022

    • 5 min
    Dr Zarni: The ICJ has overstepped its bounds by controversially accepting Myanmar Military's Agent

    Dr Zarni: The ICJ has overstepped its bounds by controversially accepting Myanmar Military's Agent

    Dr Maung Zarni: The International Court of Justice has overstepped its bounds by controversially accepting Myanmar Military's Agent, BBC World Service Newsday Program 6:20 GMT/London, 21 Feb 2022

    • 4 min
    Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to two years in prison for incitement

    Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to two years in prison for incitement

    Published by ABC on December 7, 2021

    On RN Breakfast with Cathy Van Extel

    A court in Myanmar has sentenced the country's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, to two years on charges of inciting public unrest and breaching COVID-19 protocols. 

    Aung San Suu Kyi, who was detained in a military coup in February, is facing a total of 11 charges and life imprisonment.

    Guest: Maung Zarni, human rights activist and founder of the Free Burma Coalition 

    Producer:

    Linda LoPresti

    • 10 min
    THE MYANMAR COUP: HOW PEOPLE UNITED TO RESIST THE MILITARY JUNTA

    THE MYANMAR COUP: HOW PEOPLE UNITED TO RESIST THE MILITARY JUNTA

    London, 7th May – In this latest episode of Trouble with the Truth, Lana speaks about the origins and the consequences of the coup with UK-based academic and human rights activist Maung Zarni.

    It’s been over three months since the military coup in Myanmar that has resulted in violence and mass protests. Press freedom has suffered immensely, as the military junta shut down the internet, muzzled and attacked journalists. In this latest episode of Trouble with the Truth, Lana speaks about the origins and the consequences of the coup with UK-based academic and human rights activist Maung Zarni. He is a co-founder Forces of Renewal Southeast Asia network, Burmese coordinator of the Free Rohingya Coalition and has been engaged in activism for over thirty years. Zarni gave a detailed and thought-provoking account of the events in Myanmar – the unravelling of the coup, how people came together to join the fight against the junta and how civilians and journalists are navigating the social media and information shutdown. He touches on what can be done at a local and global level to help topple the military dictatorship.

    • 49 min
    Myanmar military cannot put the defiant Burmese people under its boot any more.

    Myanmar military cannot put the defiant Burmese people under its boot any more.

    Myanmar military cannot put the defiant Burmese people under its boot any more.

    Dr Maung Zarni, BBC World Service Weekend, 6:30 GMT and 8:30 GMT, 21 Feb 2021

    • 5 min
    The Question of "Intent" in Genocide

    The Question of "Intent" in Genocide

    In the first episode of the 2021 Free Rohingya Coalition Genocide Podcast Series, Gregory Stanton and Daniel Feierstein, the past two Presidents of the International Association of Genocide Scholars, shared their thoughts on the perennial question of INTENT in the Genocide Convention, and discuss The Gambia vs Myanmar case at the International Court of Justice.

    Hosted by Dr. Maung Zarni

    • 1 hr 58 min

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