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Burma's Forgotten Prisoners. New York: Human Rights Watch, 2009.

Purpose: To launch a campaign calling for the release of Burma’s estimated 2,100 political prisoners.

Content: "This report showcases dozens of prominent political activists, Buddhist monks, labor activists, journalists, and artists arrested since peaceful political protests in 2007 and sentenced to draconian prison terms after unfair trials." [Author]

 

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Assistance Association for Political Prisoners

About: The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) is a human rights organization based in Mae Sot, Thailand that works for the release of all political prisoners and for the improvement of prison conditions inside Burma. Set up in 2000, AAPP is entirely run by former political prisoners.

Myanmar Prisoner Amnesty Committee

About:  The Government formed the Myanmar Prisioner Amnesty Committee in February 2013 to review the detention of political prisoners and work toward their release.

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