A new labor law known as the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Labour Organization Law No.7/2011 was signed and put into effect by President Thein Sein on March 9, 2012. International labor groups cautiously welcomed... Read more
An issue we must not leave behind Burma is a patriarchal society where, despite Aung San Suu Kyi’s high profile, gender inequality still exists. Women are still denied equal rights and continue to face... Read more
Don’t let your mind be destroyed: a commentary on the sharp increase of drug use in Mon areas
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NewsGovernment negotiator lobbies New Mon State Party to sign ceasefire agreement Over 100 students hospitalized by contaminated water
Reports have emerged that over 100 students in Karen State have been hospitalized after drinking contaminated water from a local river Read More →Moulmein International Peace Day celebrations call for greater inclusion of women in Burma’s peace process Parlain villagers conduct ecosystems study to combat Toyo-Thai coal power plant High drug use among Moulmein university students, says drugs task force leader
A section leader from a Moulmein anti-drugs task force has pointed to high drug use among students at Moulmein University. Read More →Mon women’s participation high on the agenda in run-up to national elections Behind the Scenes: Employee discusses work conditions at MCL cement plant
An employee working at Mawlamyine Cement Limited’s (MCL) cement plant in Kawpanaw Village spoke to HURFOM about day-to-day life at the Kyaikmayaw Township plant. Read More →Mon State locals concerned about plans to use coal power in Kyaikmayaw Township cement plant