Myanmar Peace Monitor

Peace Related Activities - (February 2017)

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Three police officials imprisoned for negligence of duty during border post attacks

Monastery Roof Destroyed, Quality of Life Ruined, Residents Now Want a Stop to the Taungalay Mountain Quarry’s Daily Explosions

Clearing land mines requires building trust: JMC

Militia levies taxes on northern Shan villagers

Forum brings together youth in refugee camps

KWO to boost women’s role in all stages of the peace process

Non-ceasefire Ethnic Groups release statement on 21st Panglong Conference

Panglong Conference ‘sole channel to solve political questions’, president

Over 2500 villagers protest against MCL’s coal power plant

STAKEHOLDERS BUSY WITH POLITICAL MANEUVERING AS PANGLONG CONFERENCE NEARS: The questions of political will and trust-building

Ethnic politicians call for guarantees ahead of NCA signing

The following is a statement by His Eminence Cardinal Charles Bo for an End of Violence and Terror in the Country.

Heal: Do not Wound

Arakanese political parties met to discuss for national-level political talk

Second 21st Panglong Conference postponed

NMSP denounces observer role in 21st Century Panglong Conference

Building a democratic federal union is the solution to resolve armed conflicts: President

Humanitarian Aids will be provided continually to Kachin refugees, says the Ambassadors to Myanmar

Curfew in Maungdaw shortened

TNLA will not attend the 21st Century Panglong Conference without equal status

Tatmadaw forms committee to investigate allegations in UNOHCHR report

CNDP claims to allow the suspended national-level political conference in Chin state

Peace Process Survey Shows Increase Conflicts in Ethnic Areas after Peace Conference

Chin party issues statement on national-level political dialogue

Over 7,000 IDPs at Mae Tha Wor facing food shortage

CNF and ALP suspended from holding advanced talks; Uncertainty in CNF’s participation in 21st Century Panglong Conference


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