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Social and community organizations

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Title: Ethnic Community Development Forum (Burma)
Description/subject: "Ethnic Community Development Forum (ECDF) is a focal point for social and community development organizations from the various ethnic nationality regions of Burma.ECDF was founded at the 6th Ethnic Community Development Seminar in July 2004. Today we have eight member organizations. Our members work in in Kachin, Karen, Karenni, Shan, Mon, Arakan, and Chin States. Each organization works independently to forward its own vision and solve the unique problems of its particular community. ECDF provides a meeting point for the staff and leadership to come together for training, dialogue, and joint efforts. Several times each year, ECDF brings the members of these organizations together to discuss the current situation and to continue the education of their staff. Alumni of these trainings then coordinate their own local projects with support from ECDF. These projects operate with the participation of all members of the community and reflect the development visions of local people. In bringing these organizations together, ECDF hopes to promote inter-ethnic cooperation and increased awareness of national issues and their solutions. ECDF also hopes to foster a participatory path to development in Burma as an alternative to the top-down, exploitative practices of the Naypyidaw government. In order to achieve this goal ECDF follows three core principles, formulated by its members in 2006:..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Ethnic Community Development Forum
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://www.ecdfburma.org/burmese/
Date of entry/update: 23 February 2015


Title: Ethnic Nationalities Affairs Center (Union of Burma)
Description/subject: An independent resource, education, and training center supporting Burma's peace process... "Established in July 2013, the Ethnic Nationalities Affairs Center (ENAC) is an independent resource, education, and training center to support the peace process in Burma... Our Mission: To help achieve sustainable peace in Burma by engaging with political stakeholders, civil society, and the international community... Our Activities: Research & Writing Documents; Conducting research and writing policy documents about the issues related to the peace process in Burma, for example, federalism, natural resources, health, education, humanitarian aid, etc... Workshops and seminars: Conducting workshops and seminars with political stakeholders and civil society groups about the peace process issues... Presentation & Social Media: Conducting briefings and engaging local and international communities through live presentations, our website, social media, local print, radio, and television.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Ethnic Nationalities Affairs Center
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 23 February 2015


Individual Documents

Title: Raise Your Voice for Burma’s Ethnic People!
Description/subject: "A US based not for profit Art and Activism Project, Roots To Resistance, has created a global art campaign to raise voices for the ethnic people of Burma. Denise Beaudet, the local artist behind Roots To Resistance and the Burma Project, has created artistic postcards that raise the voice for Burma’s ethnic nationalities and are pre-addressed to ASEAN in order to bring international attention to Burma’s ethnic issues. The Burma Postcards, available in English and Burmese, raise important historical and current issues faced by Burma’s ethnic nationalities, such as displacement, non-inclusion, war, poverty, violence as well as stolen lands and resources. Burma Link interviewed Denise Beaudet about the campaign."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Burma Link
Format/size: pdf
Date of entry/update: 21 March 2016