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Title: EBO Briefing & Background Papers
Description/subject: A wide-ranging collection of (largely EBO) papers on the civil war, cease-fires etc. back to 2009. In English apart from one video in Burmese
Language: English, (+1 video in Burmese)
Source/publisher: Euro Burma Office
Format/size: html, Adobe Flash
Date of entry/update: 21 January 2016


Title: EBO Myanmar
Description/subject: EBO's vision for the future of the Union of Myanmar: The “Pyidaungsu” (Union of Myanmar) is established as a federal democratic country after a well-negotiated and sustainable peace process. Just and fair negotiations have ended the 65-year old civil war and there is peaceful co-existence, where multi-ethnic communities thrive and participate actively in the political arena. The National Dialogue during the peace process has led to good governance and the establishment of a developed and prosperous nation. The international community supports the transition process and assists in the country’s development. Human rights are widely understood, fulfilled, promoted and respected. mission statement In support of the vision, EBO will: Encourage and strengthen the capacity of decision makers (the executive, army, parliament, civil service & political parties) to seek a more inclusive and democratic solution to peace through engagement processes with other stakeholders to develop policies and strengthen democratic practices. Facilitate ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) to consult amongst themselves; provide information, training and resources to develop policies and strategies for negotiations; and to implement their agreement with the government. The program will also build the capacity of EAOs to interact with the general public and political parties to strengthen collaboration and cooperation in support of a position to negotiate with the government. Strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations and (especially ethnic) media by facilitating access to information, training and funding to enable them, especially women and youth, to participate in the peace process and have a more active role in social and political processes. Provide the international community, foreign governments and INGOs with information on developments within Myanmar to help develop their policies to support democratization and to help coordinate their response and involvement in the peace process..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Euro-Burma Office (EBO)
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 25 April 2015


Title: EBO Political Monitors
Description/subject: Useful, Systematic compilation of analyses of the civil war, peace processes, including the Nationwide Ceasefire Accord (NCA)... Some in Burmese....Information on the 2010 Elections...Statements on the elections on 7 November...Laws, decrees and regulations relating to the 2010 Elections (texts)...Texts on the Election laws and Registration Law in Burmese and English... News and commentary on the Election laws and Registration Law in Burmese and English...Information on the 7-Step Roadmap.
Language: English, Burmese (ျမန္မာဘာသာ)
Source/publisher: Euro Burma Office
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 January 2016


Title: Research papers: reports, statements and press releases
Description/subject: Selected documents back to 2007. Recent years, multiple sources. Many reports by the Burma Centre for Ethnic Studies (numerous dead links) and Harn Yawnghwe.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Euro Burma Office
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 January 2016