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Forced Conscription: The Junta’s Depraved Attack on Myanmar’s Future

February 20, 2024

20 February 2024: Comments from SAC-M’s founding members in response to the Myanmar military’s decision to enforce the 2010 conscription law: Marzuki Darusman: “Myanmar’s youth h... Read more

Toothless UN Security Council Response to Myanmar Junta Violence Not Enough

February 7, 2024

7 February 2024: Comments from SAC-M’s founding members in response to the joint statement issued by nine members of the United Nations Security Council ahead of a closed-door Council meet... Read more

Three Years of Myanmar Revolution: Time to Stand on the Right Side of History

February 1, 2024

1 February 2024: The international community must formally recognise Myanmar’s National Unity Government (NUG) and establish a special tribunal to prosecute the military for the commission... Read more

Time for an International Criminal Tribunal for Myanmar

December 8, 2023

8 December 2023: An international criminal tribunal for Myanmar can and must be urgently established, says the Special Advisory Council for Myanmar (SAC-M). A briefing paper published today ... Read more

SAC-M welcomes Australia’s decision to bar entry of crony-owned Myanmar football team

November 29, 2023

29 November 2023: The Special Advisory Council for Myanmar (SAC-M) congratulates the Australian Government for its decision to deny entry visas to the players and officials of Shan United f... Read more

UN Member States Must Hold the Myanmar Military Junta Accountable for the Massacre of IDPs

October 12, 2023

12 October 2023: United Nations (UN) member States must take decisive action to bring the Myanmar military junta to justice following the latest junta attack which killed at least 29 interna... Read more

New SAC-M Report: How the UN Is Failing Myanmar

October 3, 2023

3 October 2023: The United Nations (UN) is failing Myanmar, says the Special Advisory Council for Myanmar (SAC-M). UN member States and their inter-governmental forums are failing to act, t... Read more

Rohingya Genocide Victims and Survivors Need Justice

August 25, 2023

25 August 2023: Today, we commemorate the victims and survivors of the genocidal ‘clearance operations’ carried out against the Rohingya in Rakhine State by the Myanmar military on 25 Au... Read more

Rushed Efforts to Enforce Repatriation of Rohingya Are Recklessly Irresponsible

July 14, 2023

14 July 2023: The member States of the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council and broader international community must do far more to support the struggle for human rights and democracy in... Read more