NEWS/ Media Releases
May 23rd, 2022
This open letter was sent to the shareholders of Chevron together with 200 000 signatures:
May 4th, 2022
The open letter below was submitted to the US Government to increase the pressure to implement strong sanctions on MOGE. It was signed by more than 220 000 individuals and 637 civil society organizations.
May 1st, 2022
Press release: Petronas and PTTEP announce withdrawal from Yadagun Project:
April 17th, 2022
New Year Call to Action – the struggle continues, also after more than 14 months of resistance against the military dictatorship.
March 23rd, 2022
BMC Announcement – Stop working with genocidal regime
March 17th, 2022
Explainer on the announced sanctions on MOGE by the EU – published by Global Myanmar Spring Revolution (GMSR) and Blood Money Campaign (BMC):
March 7th, 2022
Open Letter: The UN Human Rights Council must seek ways to establish a jurisdiction to prosecute grave crimes in Myanmar.
We, the undersigned 116 Myanmar civil society organizations (CSOs), urgently call for the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) to explore all possible routes to seek accountability for Myanmar through the establishment of a jurisdiction for atrocity crimes mandated by the UN.
February 23rd, 2022
Press statement in reaction to the EU announcement to sanction Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE):
February 21st, 2022
The European Union decided to extend its list of sanctions adding four entities (incl. Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise – MOGE). One major goal of the Blood Money Campaign, to cut off the flow of money to the military junta.
The new listings target 22 persons and 4 entities, including government ministers, a member of the State Administrative Council and members of the Union Election Commission, as well as high-ranking members of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw). As regards the sanctioned entities, these are either state-owned companies providing substantive resources to the Tatmadaw, or private companies closely connected to the Tatmadaw’s top leadership. These companies are Htoo Group, IGE (International Group of Enterpreneurs), Mining Enterprise 1 (ME 1) and Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE).source: consilium.europa.eu
Restrictive measures now apply to a total of 65 individuals and 10 entities, and include an asset freeze and a prohibition from making funds available to the listed individuals and entities. In addition, a travel ban applicable to the listed persons prevents these from entering or transiting through EU territory.
January 27th, 2022
The ‘Explainer’ below was prepared by comrades of Global Myanmar Spring Revolution and Blood Money Campaign taking a closer look at the announcement by TotalEnergies and Chevron to “withdraw” from Myanmar and its impact.
January 21st, 2022
In reaction of TotalEnergies and Chevron announcing their withdrawal from Myanmar, the below statement was released:
January 20th, 2022
Twenty-one Rohingya organizations worldwide call on President Biden and President Macron to impose sanctions on MOGE to increase pressure on Myanmar Military.
January 10th, 2022
Overview of crimes committed by the State Administration Council (SAC) of the military junta.
Credit: Media Monitor Collective
December 31st, 2021
New Year letters were sent to the CEO of TotalEnergies, the CEO of Chevron as well as the president of the USA and the president of France.
December 27th, 2021
Extensive media report by the Turkish public broadcasting channel TRTWorld on massacre by military junta in Myanmar’s eastern Kayah state on December 24th.
December 19th, 2021
Survey done among the public in Myanmar on whether oil and gas companies should suspend payments to accounts now controlled n the military, even if it means that electricity is cut off.
December 1st, 2021
As part of a press conference held in Paris the following statements are published.
Open Letter handed over to TotalEnergies – incl. list of supporting organisations (excl. those in Myanmar)
October 31st, 2021
Media statement: ‘Adani Ports’ withdrawal a win!
Media statement: Urgent Actions to Stop Atrocity Crimes in Chin State, Shan State, and Kayah State (download .pdf)
Joint Statement by Student Unions
This statement was announced by 236 student unions including university SUs, basic education SUs, township SUs and an SU from diaspora.
October 30th, 2021
Letter to the president of the USA – Joseph R. Biden:
Immediate actions to stop atrocity crimes in Chin State, Burma (download pdf)