#BloodMoneyMyanmar: International Online-Conference (Jan. 20th)

#Myanmar – Bloody Gas Revenues are Fueling War and Atrocities. Will Macron and Biden stop it?

The discussion will focus on why sanctions should be imposed on gas revenues, why we need to focus on the gas industry, and how the international community can take action on gas revenues which are the the lifeblood of the Myanmar dictatorship/ military junta.

Registration: bit.ly/gasrevenue !
Korean, Burmese, French translation will be provided!

Moderator: Clancy Moore – National Director, Publish What You Pay Australia

Yanghee Lee – UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar
Ben Hardmen – Lawyer and Myanmar Legal & Policy Advisor, Earth Rights International
Ko Ye – Natural Resource Activist, Blood Money Campaign

Organized by: Global Actions Against the Myanmar Junta

#SanctionMOGE #TakeAction_NoMoreWords #BloodMoneyMyanmar

Global movement to impose Sanctions on MOGE : 138 organizations (local and international)
Global MOGE Campaign is co-organized by Korean Civil Society in Support of Democracy in Myanmar (Network in solidarity of 106 CSOs in South Korea) and Blood Money Campaign with the participation of 32 organizations including Actions Against Myanmar Military Coup (Sydney), Association of Human Rights Defenders and Promoters-HRDP, Burma Campaign UK, Burmese American Democratic Alliance, Burmese American Millennials, Campaign for a New Myanmar, Chin Leaders of Tomorrow, CRPH/NUG Support Group (Australia), CRPH/NUG Support Group (Germany), CRPH/NUG Support Group (Norway), EarthRights International, ENVIRONICS TRUST, Freedom for Burma, General Strike Coordination Body of Myanmar, Global Movement for Myanmar Democracy, Global Myanmar Spring Revolution, Global Witness, Human Rights Foundation of Monland, International Campaign for the Rohingya, Justice For Myanmar, Los Angeles Myanmar Movement (LA2M), LRDP, Milk Tea Alliance for Myanmar, No Business With Genocide, Progressive Voice, Publish What You Pay, Sitt Nyein Pann Foundation, Students for Free Burma, SumOfUs, Support the Democracy Movement in Burma, US Advocacy Coalition for Myanmar.

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