AAPP
Joint Report
BWU
Women Political Prisoners in Burma

Contents


- Forward
- Introduction
- History of Women in Politics
- Arrest and Imprisonment
- Sexual Harassment
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Judgment under the Military Government
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Torture and Ill Treatment
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Health
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Food
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Reproductive Health
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Reading in Prison
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Family Visits
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Survival
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Conditions after Release
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Terrorist Attack on May 30, 2003
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The Regime’s Women’s Affairs Committee
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The Regime Neglects the Agreements of CEDAW and Other Conventions on Women
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Demands to the Military Government in Burma
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Endnotes


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Appendices
(1)
Aye Aye Khaing
(2)
Aye Aye Moe
(3)
Aye Aye Thin
(4)
Aye Aye Win (Daw)
(5)
Hla Hla Htwe
(6)
Kaythi Aye
(7)
Khin Mar Kyi (Dr)
(8)
Khin San Nwe (Daw)
(9)
Kyu Kyu Mar (Daw)
(10)
Myat Mo Mo Tun
(11)
Myat Sapal Moe
(12)
San San (Daw)
(13)
San San Nwe (Tharawaddy)
(14)
Than Kywe (Daw)
(15)
Thi Thi Aung
(16)
Thida Aye
(17)
Yee Yee Htun
(18)
Yin Yin May (Daw)
(19)
Yu Yu Hlaing

 
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September 2004

Copy
2000

Layout Design
Kyaw Kyaw Thein (AAPP)

Translated
Aung Kyaw
Kaithy Aye
Zarny

Edited
Daniel Ginsburg
Elliott Bynum