Padoh Saw Ta Doh Moo comments follow KNU statement calling for nonviolent ways to solve crisis.
The country’s framework for the peace process promises to ‘make efforts to achieve 30 percent female participation in all political dialogues.’
The success, and failure, of Myanmar’s landmark peace accord relies on four key groups of people, writes Joe Kumbun.
The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army positions itself as an ethnic armed group, do other leaders agree?
The government’s landmark peace accord—signed by eight of Myanmar’s armed groups—turns two this week.
The seventh round of talks toward signing the NCA has been postponed until later this month.
Around 100 politicians, ethnic armed group leaders and civil society members have joined a stakeholders’ consultation in Thailand hosted by the UNFC.
On the 29th anniversary of the founding of the National League for Democracy, the party reaffirms its mission to the public.
Government and ethnic bloc discuss the UNFC’s nine point proposal to signing the NCA and the possibility of high-level meetings between the two parties.
The success of Myanmar’s peace process hinges on how the govt, military, and ethnic armed organizations address the root causes of conflict collectively.
Commemorating the International Day of Peace, women called for a halt to all military offensives in Myanmar.
More than 400 women gather in Hpa-an for three days of discussion on peace and security for women, and to commemorate the International Day of Peace.
RCSS/SSA-S Chairman Gen Yawd Serk discusses the nationwide ceasefire agreement and the Rakhine conflict.
UNFC says Muslim militant group in Rakhine will not be included in ‘all-inclusive’ peace talks.
Karen displaced people experience dwindling support from international donors.