This is Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s Typepad Profile.
Join Typepad and start following Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s activity
Join Now!
Already a member? Sign In
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) is the global campaigning and lobbying organisation to restore democracy, human rights and rule of law in Burma where everyone can enjoy the freedom of speech, press, beliefs, assembly and rule of law that emphasizes the protection of individual rights. Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) have the firm determination, dedication and devotion to keep on working until the democracy restore in Burma.
Interests: Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) believes that the solution for the crisis of burma is restoring democracy, human rights and rule of law. burma democratic concern (bdc) is equipped with participants who had political background and in depth knowledge of burma issues. they had experiences in the past and engaging in current activities.
Recent Activity
Bangladeshis join Rohingya in search of opportunity: Camouflaging themselves among Rohingya refugees, many Bangladeshi men are taking risky and secret boat trips to Malaysia, seeking work there as illegal immigrants. Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
HELPING HAND: Australia gives Burma aid, lifts sanctions AUSTRALIA will lift its travel and financial sanctions on Burma to encourage the country's ongoing democracy movement, Foreign Minister Bob Carr has announced. http://ping.fm/jeMb9 Continue reading
Myanmar fossil find turns human history on its head - our earliest ancestors came from Asia, not Africa Read more: http://ping.fm/Q6gCk Continue reading
We would like to call for world leaders, international media and all truth loving people to give careful consideration Bangladesh migrated to Myanmar (Burma) illegally by just crossing the porous border by all methods because of population explosion in Former East Pakistan, now Bangladesh. They have never been an original... Continue reading
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for Lord Strathclyde and Lieutenant-General David Leakey to value “human-rights” more than the “building” http://www.bdcburma.org Continue reading
Aung San Suu Kyi calls for urgent reforms in first international speech Aung San Suu Kyi urged Burma's government to carry out urgent judicial reform to cement recent political progress and foster clean investment in the country. Addressing world business leaders in Bangkok in her first international engagement after more... Continue reading
Burma Govt Wants Investment Focus Away from Natural Resources BANGKOK—Burma’s Energy Minister Than Htay on Friday told a Bangkok audience of international business leaders and government officials that the government wants to change the country’s foreign investment focus away from oil and gas toward more job-intensive sectors. “Huge amounts of... Continue reading
G8 to tackle Syria, NKorea, Iran, Afghanistan, Myanmar Source: Agence France-Presse MYANMAR The G8 aims to support further efforts toward democratic reform and national reconciliation in Myanmar. The G8 are considering easing sanctions to support reform and eventually end the country's international isolation. They will likely keep pressing Myanmar to... Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) on Peace in Kachinland Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) on Peace in Kachin land and Peace in Burma (RFA/Burmese 15 may 2012) Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for Burmese government, parliamentarians and all the people to work the utmost possible to achieve peace reality in Kachin land.... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Attn; NLD Dear friends; We would like to consult your NLD's current process on "All Burma's National People's Report" towards comming Hluttaw because Today! 1/4 Myanmar Junta Regime's changes become for only their profits & their comparados and so,All Burma's national peoples became more & more poverty as U Win... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for Burmese government, parliamentarians and all the people to work the utmost possible to achieve peace reality in Kachin land 14 May 2012 Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) call for Burmese military to stop offensive against Kachin troops who are fighting for equal rights for Kachin... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
U Myo Yan Naung Thein, director of the Bayda Institute, a political education training centre based in Yangon, said the restrictions on political activities in the current law should be removed. “It is not fair that NGOs are unable to join political movements. This meant that during the Myitsone Dam... Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Urban population is expected to grow and Burma must work to embrace urbanization by expanding urban infrastructure, by creating jobs and improving bus and transportation services. Responsible sustainable tourism is one of the most rewarding industries which can assist economic development in Burma. Burma must promote responsible sustainable tourism and... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Myanmar needs policy reform for growth - IMF (Reuters) - Myanmar is set for economic take-off and faces an historic opportunity to launch growth that would lift living standards - if it pursues the right policy mix, the IMF said on Monday. The former Burma, taking tentative steps towards democracy... Continue reading
Burma rebels killed in clashes with government troops Dozens die in battles between Burmese soldiers and Kachin Independence Army, according to state media Recent battles between Burmese government troops and Kachin ethnic rebels have killed 31 people, according to a state-run newspaper. The New Light of Myanmar reported on Friday... Continue reading
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) strongly condemns U Thein Sein regime attacking on Kachin ethnics people of Burma and we are calling for immediate cessation on attacking ethnic people in order to achieve peace through political dialogue. Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) and justice loving all Burmese people will be with our... Continue reading
Today, UK Government launched the 2011 Foreign & Commonwealth Office Report on Human Rights and Democracy and Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) is honoured to be invited. Myo Thein, Director of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) attended the occasion representing Burma. During the launch, Myo Thein has raised the question to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
US 'careful' on easing investment ban in Myanmar WASHINGTON – The U.S. said Wednesday it will ease its investment ban in Myanmar carefully, noting that recent democratic reforms are reversible and deplorable rights violations persist. Kurt Campbell, the top diplomat for East Asia, also said in testimony to a congressional... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Govt relaxes NGO registration process THE government plans to amend a law concerning the registration of local and international non-government organisations, a presidential adviser revealed last week. “The current law for [registration of] NGOs will be amended following a proposal from a member of parliament,” adviser Dr Nay Zin Latt... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Energy is an essential for development. Burma must work to ensure providing sufficient electricity and gas for all the citizens of Burma. http://www.bdcburma.org Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Urgent help needed for Burma These are the most basic needs which is urgent and most directly benefitting the people's daily lives. (1) Electricity - (We are now living in the stone age with no electricity ironically we have full resources and people are not getting it ) (2) Communications... Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
We need to give priority to agricultural investments that support the infrastructure and input requirements of sustainable family farming We need resources from agricultural investments to improve the effectiveness, capacities and capabilities of the organisations and networks at all levels to be able to develop, promote and defend family farming,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2012 at Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)'s blog
Burma Democratic Concern (BDCs) warmly welcome US Government Easing Sanctions on Burma: http://ping.fm/E4zE5 Continue reading