Non-Burman and non-Buddhist groups
See also "Federalism, ethnic conflict and the politics of national reconciliation" under Politics and Government. For human rights violations against ethnic groups in Burma, see the Civil War section, "Ethnic Discrimination" and other areas of the Human Rights section, and "Internal Displacement" and "Refugees".
Ethnic groups in Burma (cultural, political)
For human rights aspects, see the corresponding sections under Ethnic Discrimination in Human Rights. For historical and archeological documents, see History and Archeology.
For human rights aspects, see the corresponding sections under Ethnic Discrimination in Human Rights. For historical and archeological documents, see History and Archeology
Mon newsletters and news services
Independent Mon News Agency (IMNA)
"Independent Mon News Agency is formed by former Mon students,
youth and democratic activists based in Mon State, Union of Burma
in 1999. Members of the agency are not affiliated to any political organizations.
Independent Mon News Agency (IMNA) is based in Thailand and Burma that founded by youth of Mon ethnic nationality in Southeast Asia. IMNA is a non-profitable news agency and covering news a bout Mon Community in Thailand, Mon Community in Burma and about Burma. IMNA is an independent Mon news agency producing fair and balance news through Internet, Mon newspaper, radio and community radio.
Every month, IMNA is publishing Mon language newspaper called Guiding Star, be targeted Mon audience in Thailand and Burma. IMNA also have Mon DVB radio program, part of the Democratic Voice of Burma that broadcasting from Norway and IMNA also producing news through via and Monnet mail list which is run by Mon community in United State of America.
IMNA also started a community FM radio in Hlockhani Mon refugee camp in Thai-Burma border. IMNA is trying to extend in Mon state, southern Burma..."
... Archive from October 2002.
Kao Wao Newspaper (Mon and Burmese)
Monthly, carrying news about Mon State, Burma and ethnic areas as well as international news, interviews, articles and opinion pieces.
The hard copy is intended for those having no Internet access or email; at present we distribute it among migrant workers in Thailand and refugees along the Thai Burma border.
On the web, in PDF format, the newspaper is intended for the overseas Mon and Burmese community.
Muslims in Burma
See also ROHINGYA under Human Rights, ARAKAN/RAKHINE STATE under States and Regions of Burma/Myanmar and the Religious violence section