Myanmar: Briefing to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women
In this briefing to CEDAW, Amnesty International expresses ongoing concerns about political arrest and imprisonment and threats against women human rights defenders, the 'race and religion' discriminatory laws, the situation of Rohingya women and girls and ongoing failures to provide justice, truth and reparation to victims of human rights violations.
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