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From Our Member Equality Myanmar, Myanmar – Joint Open Letter From Myanmar Civil Society Organizations to the UN Human Rights Council to Request the Security Council to Protect the Peoples of Myanmar

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3 March, 2021

To: Member and Observer States of the UN Human Rights Council Subject: Joint Open Letter From Myanmar Civil Society Organizations to the UN Human Rights Council to Request the Security Council to Protect the Peoples of Myanmar

Your Excellencies,

We, the undersigned Myanmar Civil Society Organizations, call on the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) Member and Observer States to pass a resolution that calls on the UN Security Council to immediately send an intervention and monitoring mission to Myanmar to end violence and use of lethal force against peaceful protesters by the Myanmar military junta, prevent further bloodshed and loss of life, and
release all of those arbitrarily detained.

Since 1 February, at least 30 people have been killed and many others have been seriously injured at the hands of security forces ordered to inflict harm on peaceful protesters exercising their fundamental freedoms of assembly, expression and association. In a letter dated 24 February, 2021, over 400 CSOs from Myanmar supported by over 50 CSOs called on the UN Security Council to immediately dispatch an
enhanced monitoring and intervention mission to Myanmar and to urgently impose a coordinated global arms embargo on Myanmar.

It is of the utmost importance that the UN Security Council responds through a series of swift measures to end the ongoing violence. The HRC established UN International Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar has concluded that there is credible evidence that the Myanmar military has committed grave human rights violations, including genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity – this is the same military that has illegally seized power. In recent weeks, we have witnessed a serious escalation in the ferocity of violence and intimidation against peoples of Myanmar by an illegitimate military junta.

  1. Since 1 February when the Myanmar military seized power in an illegitimate and unlawful power grab, police with the support of soldiers have used excessive force and lethal weapons against peaceful protesters and bystanders, including beatings, rubber bullets, water cannons, stun grenades, tear gas and live ammunition.
  2. On 28 February, at least 18 people have been killed and more than 30 wounded in coordinated crackdowns throughout Myanmar. Scenes of people being brutally gunned down in the streets, while trying to flee from advancing police and military shootings have become all too common.
  3. On 20 February, two people were killed, and dozens were injured when police, with support from soldiers, fired live ammunition into the dockworkers protesting at the Yadanarbon shipyard in Mandalay. At least one sniper from Light Infantry Division 33 – a shock unit deployed in ethnic regions that has historically inflicted brutal violence – was photographed on the streets at the place and time of the incident. Photos and videos of innocent bleeding protesters, dying in the streets, are placing an emotional strain on the people.
  4. On February 9, Ma Mya Thwaet Thwaet Khaing, a 19-year old female student was shot in the head by police in Naypyidaw, later died in hospital as a result of this incident on 19 February 2021.
  5. Journalists and media reporting on the peaceful protests are facing intimidation and threats as well as arbitrary arrests, assault and physical surveillance.
  6. Since the early hours of 14 February, the Internet has been cut off every night between 1am and 9am, and a blanket ban on social media persists. In addition, the military has added other draconian restrictions by enacting and amending series of laws related to cyber security.
  7. There has been a significant increase in the presence of army tanks and soldiers in the streets of major cities, including Yangon
  8. Protesters, especially civil servants and public-sector workers who join the Civil Disobedience Movement, continue to be arrested at night. According to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, a total of 1213 people have been arrested, charged or sentenced in relation to the military coup as of 1 March. The whereabouts of many of those arrested and the conditions of confinement are unknown.

These acts of extreme violence and general insecurity is extremely worrying. Many have died in pursuit of genuine federal democracy and we call on the HRC to support and amplify the voices of those on the ground calling for democracy, peace and justice.

Therefore, it is with great urgency that we call on the UN Human Rights Council to pass a resolution that:

  • Urges the UN Security Council to:
    • Immediately dispatch an enhanced monitoring and intervention mission to Myanmar to stop the violence being inflicted against peaceful protesters, prevent further bloodshed and loss of life and release all those arbitrarily detained; o Impose targeted sanctions on military leaders, military-linked businesses and its partners; and,
    • Impose a coordinated, global arms embargo on Myanmar.
  • Mandates the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to follow up on the findings and recommendations of the reports and papers of the UN Independent International FactFinding Mission on Myanmar, and, in particular as a follow up to its conference paper on the economic interests, to present a comprehensive report on the implementation of its findings and recommendations at the 51st session of the Council.

In addition, we call on the UN Security Council and the UN Human Rights Council to call on Myanmar military regime takes the following actions:

  • Immediately and unconditionally release all those who have been arbitrarily detained;
  • Immediately end the use of violence and excessive force, unlawful use of water cannons, tear gas, stun grenades, rubber bullets and use of live ammunition against protesters, and cease all arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances;
  • Respect people’s rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly and right to privacy, including by ensuring that the public and protesters have unfettered Internet access, and lift all restrictions on access to social media platforms, VPN as well as media sites and refrain from imposing further restrictions against use of Internet;
  • End all violations of international humanitarian and human rights law, especially in ethnic and ceasefire areas, and ensure that all civilians are protected, including by lifting all barriers to humanitarian assistance and ensuring the non-interference of aid to ethnic areas; and,
  • Immediately halt all ongoing military offensives in ethnic areas.

We further call on the UN Human Rights Council, all UN agencies and the international community to support Myanmar to achieve a roadmap that establishes a federal democratic union, ensuring a longterm sustainable peace, ethnic equality, and protection of human rights of all peoples, and implement constitutional change that is in line with the will of the people. Our lives may depend on your concerted action.

Please accept the assurance of our highest consideration.

Signed by 452 civil society organizations:
1. A Lin Pya Kyal
2. A Lin Tan
3. A Lin Thi Tan
4. A Nar Gatt Thit Group
5. Action Group for Farmers Affair (စစ်က ိုင််းတ ိုင််း)
6. Action Group for Farmers Affair (ပဲခ ်းတ ိုင််း)
7. Action Group for Farmers Affair (မကက ်းတ ိုင််း)
8. Action Group for Farmers Affair (မန္တက ်းတ ိုင််း)
9. Action Group for Farmers Affair (ဧရာဝတီတ ိုင််း)
10. Action Committee for Democracy Development
11. Ahlin Tagar Rural Development Organization
12. Alinsaetamarn Library & Resource Center
13. Alinthitsar Environmental and Development Group
14. Alinyaungpandaing Environmental and Development Group
15. All Arakan Students’ and Youths’ Congress
16. Andin Mon Youth group
17. Anin Region Environmental Conservation Group
18. Ann Township Pipeline Monitoring Group
19. Area Peace and Development Forward
20. Arr Marn Thit Social Development Organization
21. Arr Thit Yaung Chi
22. Assistance Association for Political Prisoners
23. Association of Human Rights Defenders and Promoters
24. Association, Washington state
25. Athan – Freedom of Expression Activist Organization
26. Ayeyarwaddy West Development Organization (Minhla)
27. Ayeyarwaddy West Development Organization (Ngaphae)
28. AYY Farmer Union
29. Ayyar Pyo May Women Development Organization
30. Ba Ann Media Group
31. Backpack Health Workers Team
32. Burmese Ethics families and Burma /Myanmar student
33. Burmese Democratic Force (USA)
34. Banmaw Youth Network
35. Basic Lawyer Network
36. Bawdi Youth (Ethnic Youth group)
37. BEE House
38. Bu Thee Taung Youth Network
39. Burma Human Rights Network
40. Burma Medical Association
41. Burma Monitor (Research and Monitoring)
42. Burmese Rohingya Organization UK (BROUK)
43. Burmese Women’s Union
44. Calgary Karen Community Association (CKCA)
45. California Karen Youth Forum, CA, USA
46. CBT Gaw Ran Gyi Island (Nan Thar Pu)
47. Child Protection Group
48. Chin Agency
49. Chin Community Base Rehabilitation
50. Chin Human Rights Organization
51. Chin Institute of Social Science
52. Chin MATA Working Group
53. Chin Resources Center
54. Chin Women Development Organization
55. Chin Youth Organization (Kanpalet)
56. Chindwin Region Natural Resources Watch Group
57. Chinland Natural Resources Watch Group
58. Cho Chin Women Organization
59. Citizen Action for Transparency
60. Civic Engagement Development Network
61. Civic Engagement Network for M2
62. Civil Call
63. Community Association Development
64. Community Development Youth Network
65. Community Observer Association
66. Community Peace Support Group
67. Community Response Group – ComReG
68. Da Nu Youth group
69. Daily Educations
70. Dawei Development Association
71. Dawei Watch Foundation
72. Dawei Women Union
73. Democracy for Ethnic Minorities Organization
74. Democracy, Peace and Women Organization
75. Democracy, Peace and Women Organization
76. Diversity and Public Truth
77. Doe Myae Civil Social Development Organization
78. Edmonton Karen Community Youth Organization
79. Empower Youth Enlightenment
80. Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation – EMReF
81. Environmental Conservation Association
82. Equality Myanmar
83. Farmer Agricultural Network
84. Farmer and Land Activity Group
85. Farmer and Land Worker Union (Myeik Region)
86. Farmer Union (Bago)
87. Farmers and Agricultural Workers Group
88. Farmers And Land Rights Action Group
89. Farmers Development and Environmental Watch Group
90. Farmers Network ဝမ််းတ င််း
91. Farmers Union (Ayar)
92. Forest User Association
93. Free & Fair (youth) Network
94. Free and Justice
95. Free Education Service Organization
96. Freedom and Labor Action Group
97. Freedom Society
98. Future Light Center
99. Future Light for Child
100. Future Light Social Development Organization
101. Future Star Youth Organization
102. Future Star မတ်တရာ
103. Generation Wave
104. Generation Wontho
105. Genuine People’s Servants
106. Global Family
107. GOAL Organization
108. Golden Future Social Development Organization
109. Golden Heart Organization
110. Good Hope Foundation (Bhamo)
111. Green (Chin)
112. Green Development Network
113. Green for All (NTI)
114. Green Justice Institute
115. Green Network (Mergui Archipelago)
116. Green Network (Tanintharyi Region)
117. Green Right Organization
118. Halcyon
119. Heartland Foundation
120. HeinNae Region Longterm Development Group
121. HinTha Da PIDP Group
122. Hinthar Tagon
123. Hkumzup Development Committee
124. Hna Lone Hla (AL)
125. Homalinn Youth Network
126. Hope For Children Development Organization
127. Hsar Ka Paw Group
128. Hsar Mu Htaw Group (ဆာမ က ာ် အဖ ဲွဲ့)
129. Hsar Mu Waw Group (ဆာမ ကဝေါ် အဖ ဲွဲ့)
130. Htaw Me Par Group (က ာ်မဲပါ အဖ ဲွဲ့)
131. Htee Gyaing Network
132. Htoi Gender and Development Foundation
133. Htum Thit Sa Rural Development Organization
134. Htuu Region Development Group
135. Human Rights Foundation of Monland
136. International Karen Organization
137. Justice For All ( ူ့အခ င ်အကရ်း ကာက ယ်ကစာင ်ကရှာက်ခခင််းန္ှင ် တရာ်းမျှတမှု က် ှမ််းမှီကရ်းအဖ ဲွဲ့)
138. Justice Movement for Community Inlay
139. Ka Nyut Kwin Youth Center
140. Kachin State Women Network
141. Kachin Women’s Association Thailand
142. Kachin Women’s Union
143. Kan Chay Arr Man Fishery Development Organization
144. Kan Latt Myar
145. Kanaung Institute
146. Kani Natural Resources Watch
147. Kanpetlet Land Development Organization
148. Karen American Association of Wisconsin, WI, USA
149. Karen Association of Huron, SD, USA
150. Karen Community of Akron, OH, USA
151. Karen Community of Canada (KCC)
152. Karen Community of Czech Republic
153. Karen Community of Finland
154. Karen Community of Hamilton
155. Karen Community of Iowa, IA, USA
156. Karen Community of Ireland
157. Karen Community of Israel
158. Karen Community of Kansas City, KS & MO, USA
159. Karen Community of Kitchener & Waterloo
160. Karen Community of Leamington
161. Karen Community of Lethbridge
162. Karen Community of London
163. Karen Community of Minnesota, MN, USA
164. Karen Community of North Carolina, NC, USA
165. Karen Community of Ottawa
166. Karen Community of Regina
167. Karen Community of Saskatoon
168. Karen Community of Thunderbay
169. Karen Community of Toronto
170. Karen Community of Windsor
171. Karen Community of Winnipeg
172. Karen Community Society of British Columbia (KCSBC)
173. Karen Environmental and Social Action Network
174. Karen Grassroots Women Network
175. Karen Human Rights Group
176. Karen Organization of America
177. Karen Organization of Illinois, IL, USA
178. Karen Organization of San Diego, CA, USA
179. Karen Peace Support Network
180. Karen Thai Group -Karen Youth Network
181. Karen Women’s Organization
182. Karen Youth Education Pathways, USA
183. Karen Youth of Norway
184. Karen Youth of Toronto
185. Karen Youth Organization
186. Karenni Civil Society Network
• Karenni National Youth Organization (KNYO)
• Karenni National Women Organization
• Karenni Evergreen (KEG)
• Karenni Student Union (KSU)
• Karen Legal and Human Rights Center (KnLHRC)
• Karenni Social Welfare and Development Centre (KSWDC)
• Karenni Refugee Committee (KnRC)
• Karenni Health Department (KnHD)
• Karenni Literacy and Cultural Development Committee (KLCDC)
• Karenni Education Department (KnED)
187. Karenni Ever Green
188. Karenni MATA
189. Karenni National Women’s Organization
190. Karenni National Youth Organization
191. Karenni State Farmer Union
192. KatanKyun Development Group
193. Kaung Myat Hnalonethar Health Care Organization
194. Kaung Rwai Social Justice and Development Organization
195. Kayan Earth Right Action Network
196. Kayan New Generation Youth
197. Kayan Women’s Organization
198. Kayin Culture and Literature Committee
199. K’Cho Land Development Association
200. KECO
201. Keng Tung Youth
202. Khaingmyaethitsar Environmental Maintain Group
203. Khanti Youths
204. Khitlight Development Group
205. Kin Oo Natural Resources Watch
206. Kin Ywar (Ma da yar Youth)
207. Kindness Foundation (Shan)
208. KOG
209. Kong Jor Shan Refugee Camp
210. Korea Karen Organization
211. Korea Karen Youth Organization
212. Kyaik Hti Yo Mountain Range Lover Association
213. Kyaukse Youth Network
214. Kyike Mayaw MATA
215. Kyonemaku Chaung Network
216. Lamyan Farmers Network
217. Lan Pya Kyal Sin Group
218. Land Activist Group
219. Land and Environmental
220. Lat Pa Daung Monitoring Group
221. LatButta Farmer Union
222. Lawyers Network (Ayeyarwaddy)
223. Legal Knowledge Sharing Group
224. Let’s Help Each Other
225. Life Light
226. Light Civil Society Organization
227. Light Social Development Organization
228. Lin lake Kyal Social Development Organization
229. Local Development Network (Kayah)
230. Lu Mu Htar Group
231. Ma Day Island Youth Development Association
232. Ma Naw Phyu
233. Maetao Clinic
234. Mandalay Affairs Team
235. Mandalay Regional Youth Association
236. Mandalay Regional Youth Network
237. Mandalay Women Political Federation (MWPF)
238. Mann Thingaha (Gender GBV Team)
239. Manoeyone Future Light Environmental and Development Group
240. Marga
241. MATA Sagaing Region
242. Matu Women Organization
243. Meiktila Youth Network
244. Metta Development Foundation
245. Mhine Nyein Network
246. Mi Karen Youth
247. Mitta Blood Health Group
248. Mitta San Yae (Magway)
249. Mitta San Yae (Shan)
250. Mitta Shin Group
251. Mitta Yake Group
252. Mitta Yaung Sin Group
253. Mohn Chaung Lover
254. Mon Green Develop Group
255. Mon State CSO Network
256. Mon-region Social Development Network
257. Mother Land Network
258. MRDJO Magway Regional Rules of law and Justice group
259. Mu Se Multi Development Association
260. Mudidar ZiwadarNa and Social Association
261. Muditar Organization
262. Mudon CSO Network
263. Mudon Township Development Group
264. Mung Chying Rawt Jat
265. Municipal Monitoring Group
266. Muu basin Environmental Save Group
267. Mwetaung Area Development Group
268. Myanmar Alliance for Transparency and Accountability
269. Myanmar Cultural Research Society
270. Myanmar Deaf Society
271. Myanmar Muslim Youth Association (Kachin State)
272. Myanmar People Alliance (Shan State)
273. Myat Darna Group
274. Myeik Lawyer Network
275. Na Phat Hla
276. Nant San Environmental Save Group
277. Nationalities Alliance of Burma USA (NABUSA)
278. Natural Green Alliance
279. Network for Human Rights Documentation Burma (ND-Burma)
• Assistance Association for Political Prisoners – Burma
• Human Rights Foundation of Monland
• Kachin Women’s Association – Thailand
• Ta’ang Women’s Organization
• Ta’ang Students and Youth Union
• Tavoyan Women’s Union
• Association Human Rights Defenders and Promoters
• All Arakan Students’ and Youths’ Congress
• Future Light Center
Partner Organizations
• Chin Human Rights Organization
• East Bago – Former Political Prisoners Network
• Pa-O Youth Organization
• Progressive Voice
280. Northern Spectrum Youth Association
281. Olive Organization
282. Open data Myanmar
283. Open Development Foundation
284. Our Home
285. Oversea Karen Organization Japan
286. Pan Daing Shin
287. Pan Thi Kyo LGBT Organization
288. Pa-O Women’s Union
289. Pa-O Youth Organization
290. Parchan River Maintain Group
291. Pauk Khaung Youth Network
292. Pauktaingchaung Development Group
293. Paung Ku
294. Paungsee Myittar Organization
295. Peace Development Committee (မ တထီ ာ)
296. Peace, Development & Civic Engagement
297. People Oriented and Development Group
298. People Resource Alliance
299. Phyu Sin Mitta
300. Phyu Sin Myittar Social Development Organization
301. Pluralistic Society
302. Pone Yate Sit Regional Development Organization
303. Progressive Voice
304. Public Service Committee (Taunggoke)
305. Pwint Lin Voluntary Group
306. Pwint Lin Youth
307. Pwint Phyu Development Group
308. Pyar Mountain Conservation Group
309. Pyi Thue A Kyoe Pyue Group
310. Pyin Nyar Youth Association
311. Rakha Arr Marn Group
312. Rakhine Disable Association
313. Rakhine National Network (Lay Taung)
314. Rakhine Social Network (Myay Pone)
315. Rakhine Women’s Union
316. Rakhine Youth Generation
317. RanByae Township Development Group
318. Resources Center
319. Responsible Waste Collecting Group
320. Retired voluntary Group
321. Rivers and Creeks Monitoring Group
322. Rule of Law Watch Group
323. Rural Social Development Organization
324. Sal and KyaySin Mining Watch Group
325. Sarnar Kyi Phyu Social Development Organization
326. SarPhyu Farmer Network
327. Say Da Nar Mon Voluntary Group
328. Say Da Nar Shin
329. Saytana Shaesaung Youth Organization
330. Second Tap Root
331. Sein Lan (Mogoke)
332. Sein Lan (Tha Pake Kyin)
333. Sein Lan Lwin Pyin Group (Laputta)
334. Sein Lan Myay (Kyun Hla)
335. Sein Yaung So (Katha)
336. Shan Literature
337. Shan MATA
338. Shan State Peace Task Force
339. Shan Women Development Network
340. Shantinmae Environmental Maintain Committee
341. Shwe Kyin Lover
342. Shwe Minn Tha Foundation (Myanmar)
343. Shwe Nathar Farmer Development Organization
344. Shwe Network
345. Shwe Paing Nyin Group
346. Shwechinthae Farmers Network
347. Sit Man Thaw Sanda Social group
348. SKY-Youth, Kyaukphyu
349. Social Development and Peace Network
350. Southern Youth Development Organization
351. SPACE
352. Spectrum Organization
353. Swam Su Ti Rural Development Organization
354. Synergy – Social Harmony Organization
355. Tarkapaw Youth Group
356. Taunggyi Youth Center
357. Tedim Youth Fellowship
358. Tgyit Watch Group
359. Than Dwe Development Association
360. Than Lwin Thar Chin Group
361. Thanlwin Network
362. Thazi Youth Network
363. The Seagull: Human Rights, Peace & Development
364. The Wings Institute
365. Theindaw Region Environmental Maintain Group
366. Thingantaung Waterfall Maintain Group
367. Thit Sar Yae Sin
368. Thurira Sanda Group
369. Tonzang Fellowship
370. Tonzang Youth Association
371. Transparency and Accountability Network Kachin State
372. Tree Lover Group
374. TRY Organization
375. Union of Karenni State Youth
376. Unity Erch Bridge Organization
377. Upper Chindwin Youth Network
378. Upper Myanmar Watch Group
379. Waingmaw CSO Network
380. Waingmaw Women CBO
381. Western beach Ayeyarwaddy Environmental Conservation Group
382. White Hand Social Welfare Group
383. White Marker Group
384. Windayea Village Social group
385. Women & Youth’s Development Organization
386. Women Development (Bago)
387. Women Development Group (Ayeyarwaddy)
388. Women Empowerment Group (Karen)
389. Women’s Peace Network
390. Women’s League of Burma
• Burmese Women’s Union
• Karenni National Women’s Organization
• Kachin Women’s Association Thailand
• Kuki Women’s Human Rights Organization
• Karen Women’s Organization
• Kayan Women’s Organization
• Lahu Women’s Organization
• Pa-O Women’s Union
• Shan Women’s Action Network
• Ta’ang Women’s Organization
• Tavoy Women’s Union
• Women’s for Justice
391. Wonthoe Youths
392. Worker Development Organization
393. World View Monitoring and helping Group
394. Yatanar Youngyi Social Development Organization
395. Yaung Chi Thit Public Library Group
396. Yaung Ne Oo Women Group
397. Yaung Zin Arr Man Group
398. Yaung Zin Hlaing
399. Yaye Alliance Development Group
400. Yi Ywal Yar Community Development
401. Yi Ywal Yar Youth Development Organization
402. YMCA (Mandalay)
403. YoeMa Civil Society Group
404. Young Ni Oo Social Development Organization
405. Young Ni Oo Women Social Development Organization
406. Youth Arr Man Group
407. Youth Champion Network
408. Youth Initiative for Human Rights
409. Youth Society Network
410. Zinlum Committee (Tanphaye)
411. Zomi Youth Association
412. ၈၈ငင မ််းပ င ် စဥ ်က ်း
413. ၈၈ငင မ််းပ င ် ခမစ်သာ်း
414. ၈၈ငင မ််းပ င ် မ တီ ာ
415. ၈၈ငင မ််းပ င ် သပ တ်ကျင််း
416. ၈၈ငင မ််းပ င ် သာစည်
417. ကကျာက်ပန််းကတာင််း ငယ်က န်ယက်
418. က ျာဏမ တတ မှုကစာင ်ကရှာက်ကရ်းအဖ ဲွဲ့ (ခင်ဦ်း၊ ရှာ်းကတာ)
419. စ မ််းကရာင်စ ို (တံတာ်းဦ်း)
420. ညီကမာ်ဒ
421. တမာရ ပ်
422. တ ိုို့ကတာင်သ ယ်သမာ်းအသင််း
423. ကတာင်သမန်က န်ယက်
424. ဒ ိုို့တ ို်းတက်ရာ အစည််းအရံို်း
425. ဒ ိုို့ကတာင်သ ယ်သမာ်းအဖ ဲွဲ့အစည််း
426. ပန််းပျ ်း က် ဗန််းကမာ် မှုကရ်းအဖ ဲွဲ့
427. ကပျာ်ဘ ယ် ငယ်က န်ယက်
428. မဇ္စ မကမတတာ ကရ ှှူအသင််း (မ တထီ ာ)
429. မတတရာ ငယ်က န်ယက်
430. မန္တက ်းတ ိုင််းကဒသကကီ်း ငယ်ကရ်းရာကကာ်မတီ က ိုယ်စာ်း ှယ်မျာ်း
431. မန္တက ်း ိုကနရာ (Mandalay Community Center)
432. ခမင််းခခံ န္ ိုင်ကျဉ််းအဖ ဲွဲ့
433. ခမင ်ခမတ်ဧရာဝတီ ငယ် မှုက န်ယက်
434. ကခမ တ်မျ ်းဆက်အင်စတီကျ
435. မ တထီ ာခရ ိုင် အ င််းတန််းအဖ ဲွဲ့
436. ယံိုကကည်ရာ အသ ပညာခပနို့်ပ ာ်းကရ်းအသင််း
437. ကရွှေခခံအာ်းမာန်အဖ ဲွဲ့ ခမင််းခခံ
438. ကရွှေကတ ဂံကတာင်သ ယ်သမာ်းအဖ ဲွဲ့
439. ကရွှေကတာင်တ ိုက်နယ်ကတာင်သ ူ့အာ်းမာန် ဝမ််းတ င််းငမ ွဲ့နယ်အဖ ဲွဲ့
440. ရှစ်က ်း ံို်းကသ ်းသစ် (မ ို်းညှင််း)
441. မ််းခပကကယ် LGBT Group
442. ဝါ်းစ မ််းကတာင်ကာက ယ်ကစာင ်ကကည ်ကရ်းကကာ်မတီ (WPWC)
443. ဝ ိုင််းကမာ်ငမ ွဲ့နယ် ံို်းဆ ိုင်ရာ သျှမ််း ငယ်မျာ်းစည််း ံို်းညီည တ်ကရ်းအဖ ဲွဲ့
444. သင ်ခမတ် ိုသ မျာ်း ငင မ််းချမ််းကရ်းပရဟ တအဖ ဲွဲ့
445. သိုခမ န်အင်စတီကျ
446. အ မ်ယာမဲ ခပည်သ မျာ်း အစည််းအရံို်း
447. ကအာင်သာစည်အဖ ဲွဲ့
448. ဂရိုဏာကဖာင်ကဒ်းရှင််း (ကရင်)
449. စ မ််း န််းအမ ကခမ
450. ခပည်က ာင်စိုကရှ.ကနမျာ်းန္ှင ် တရာ်းဥပကဒ အက ာက်အက ခပ ဖ ဲ (တရာ်း တ်ကတာ်ကရှ.ကန)
451. အာနန္ဒာ ကဒတာ
452. သာသည ်ကခမ ကဖာင်ကဒ်းရှင််



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