Orders Reports

Orders Reports contain direct translations of order documents issued to villages from Tatmadaw (Burma Armed Forces) military authorities, civilian government authorities, and ethnic armed groups, including those allied with the government and those opposed to it. These provide documentary evidence of forced labour, extortion, forced relocation, movement restrictions and other human rights abuses. Published annually in October, the Orders Report provides an update and analysis of the national legal and political framework related to forced labour.

Aug 22, 2003
Nov 08, 1999

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  • Aug 14, 2007
    This report has been written to provide contextual details on the widespread and systematic perpetration of forced labour as background to a compendium of 145 order documents sent to villages in Karen State since September 2006, translations of which are included in the appendices below.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This following report contains two sections of orders related to education and health matters. The SPDC military and civil authorities try to exert control over all aspects of education and health as they do with all other aspects of life in Burma and the orders in this section give some...
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This report presents the direct translations of 783 order documents and letters from the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) selected from a total of 1,007 such documents including Toungoo, Papun, Nyaunglebin, Thaton, Pa’an and Dooplaya Districts, which together cover most of Karen State and...
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This report described order from SPDC to restrict villagers movement and activities such as have to obtain travel pass while traveling and must get permission from Local Military unit while holding a festival or other large gathering.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    The orders in this section specifically call on village heads to provide intelligence to the local military, though demands for intelligence are also included in the orders of several other sections in the report.

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E.g., 2017-08-23
E.g., 2017-08-23
  • Aug 14, 2007
    This report has been written to provide contextual details on the widespread and systematic perpetration of forced labour as background to a compendium of 145 order documents sent to villages in Karen State since September 2006, translations of which are included in the appendices below.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This report presents the direct translations of 783 order documents and letters from the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) selected from a total of 1,007 such documents including Toungoo, Papun, Nyaunglebin, Thaton, Pa’an and Dooplaya Districts, which together cover most of Karen State and...
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This report described order from SPDC to restrict villagers movement and activities such as have to obtain travel pass while traveling and must get permission from Local Military unit while holding a festival or other large gathering.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    The orders in this section specifically call on village heads to provide intelligence to the local military, though demands for intelligence are also included in the orders of several other sections in the report.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This following report contains two sections of orders related to education and health matters. The SPDC military and civil authorities try to exert control over all aspects of education and health as they do with all other aspects of life in Burma and the orders in this section give some...

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  • Aug 22, 2003
    The orders in this section specifically call on village heads to provide intelligence to the local military, though demands for intelligence are also included in the orders of several other sections in the report.
  • Feb 08, 2002
    This Orders Report documents 452 direct translations of State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) order documents and letters toward villagers in Karen State and Pegu Division in 2000 and 2001.
  • May 18, 2001
    This report from presents direct translations of 568 order documents and letters from the SPDC and DKBA dictating demands for forced labour, money, food and materials from villagers in Papun, Pa-an, Thaton, Nyaunglebin and Dooplaya Districts.
  • Oct 12, 2000
    Villagers in Karen areas receive a constant stream of order documents almost daily, from all the Army camps near their villages as well as the various levels of SPDC authorities, demanding labour, materials, supplies, food, money, and intelligence for the military.
  • Feb 29, 2000
    The most systematic and burdensome abuse inflicted on villagers by SPDC military units and authorities is forced labour, and the orders included below give some impression of the constant stream of demands for all kinds of labour which villages have to face.

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E.g., 2017-08-23
E.g., 2017-08-23
E.g., 2017-08-23
E.g., 2017-08-23
  • Aug 14, 2007
    This report has been written to provide contextual details on the widespread and systematic perpetration of forced labour as background to a compendium of 145 order documents sent to villages in Karen State since September 2006, translations of which are included in the appendices below.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This report presents the direct translations of 783 order documents and letters from the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) selected from a total of 1,007 such documents including Toungoo, Papun, Nyaunglebin, Thaton, Pa’an and Dooplaya Districts, which together cover most of Karen State and...
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This report described order from SPDC to restrict villagers movement and activities such as have to obtain travel pass while traveling and must get permission from Local Military unit while holding a festival or other large gathering.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    The orders in this section specifically call on village heads to provide intelligence to the local military, though demands for intelligence are also included in the orders of several other sections in the report.
  • Aug 22, 2003
    This following report contains two sections of orders related to education and health matters. The SPDC military and civil authorities try to exert control over all aspects of education and health as they do with all other aspects of life in Burma and the orders in this section give some...

Pages

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