Sunday, 9 December 2012


 Wow!Today is World Human Rights Day!

The most Human Rights violated and corrupted country's (Burma) Parliament Member Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is going to deliver speech as a chief guest in Geneva today.She has been silence regarding genocide of Rohingyas in her country for six months .The UN and world community said that the most Human Rights violation is going in Rohingya area in Arakan.She even under mind the world most persecuted Rohingya's  Human Rights .

  I am really astonish how UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navanethem Pillay have chosen Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to be chief speaker for World Human Rights day in Geneva.
  How ever,I wish Human Rights for all today and eliminate  discrimination form the weak people through out the world.
  We also condemned every dictators including U Thien Sein and his partners who are gross violator of Human Rights.
   Thank you,
Maung Kyaw Nu,

Joinab,a Rohingya,woman was raped by 20 men according to the medical reports in June. Finally she died due to this inhuman accident.Is that not genocidal case ?Who will like to deny it ?What does Thien Sein like to say ?Wha
t is Daw Suu's answer about this inhuman rape case ??The Rohingya and world community would like to get answer from both Thien Sein and Daw Suu on this World Human Rights day. Is that not war crime ? Is that not genocide??

Maung Kyaw Nu

A Path to Dignity: The Power of Human Rights Education is a 28 minute long documentary which demonstrates the impact of human rights education.

The movie presents three stories - concerning school children in India, police officers in Australia and women victims of violence in Turkey - illustrating how human rights education and training have helped them to address human rights challenges in their lives and in their communities. The three stories of successful practices illustrate the power of human rights education in transforming people's lives and empowering individuals to make a difference in their communities.
The film has a universal message and, touches upon many issues it highlights: Various forms of discrimination (racial discrimination, caste discrimination, discrimination against women); Women's human rights and violence against women; Minority rights; Human rights and law enforcement; The rights of the child; The right to education and Human rights education and training.
The film is a collaborative effort between Human Rights Education Associates, Sokka Gakkai International and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. The movie is available online on OHCHR's Youtube channel  and can be downloaded from the film's website in the 6 UN languages. Thousands of viewers have already seen it.
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