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KHRG's full-length Thematic Reports provide in-depth reporting and analysis on particular thematic issues. These reports are based primarily on detailed testimony by villagers and community members trained by KHRG throughout Southeast Burma, supported by photographic and other evidence. Trends in abuse and the way local communities respond are presented, as is analysis of these trends in the context of international and domestic political and legal developments. KHRG strives to make printed copies of these reports available on request in English, Burmese, and Karen.

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  1. Oct 30, 2017
    KHRG presents 'Foundation of Fear: 25 years of villagers' voices from southeast Myanmar', an extensive review of 25 years of KHRG documentation on militarisation, human rights abuses and village agency.
  2. Aug 26, 2016
    This is a joint-report from KHRG, THWEE Community Development Network, and Karen Environmental and Social Action Network (KESAN). It details human rights violations surrounding the construction of the Asian Highway in Thin Gan Nyi Naung to Kawkareik, Dooplaya District, which was completed in August...
  3. Aug 03, 2016
    This report covers women’s perspectives on a number of issues between January 2012 and March 2016, including ceasefire, militarisation and the 2015 General Election; healthcare and education; livelihoods and development; forced labour; gender-based violence; land confiscation; landmines; arbitrary...
  4. Jun 30, 2015
    Drawing on 126 reports written by KHRG researchers between December 2012 and January 2015, this thematic report presents an analysis of land confiscation and local response across all seven of KHRG's research areas.
  5. Jul 02, 2014
    This document, originally published in a KHRG report entitled Truce or Transition? on May 13th 2014, focuses on the impact of mine contamination on local communities and documents a decrease in the planting of new mines by armed actors since January 2012.

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