Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) found evidence of crimes against humanity in the first widespread survey of Burma's Chin State. Its report was released in January 2011. Life Under the Junta: Evidence of Crimes Against Humanity in Burma’s Chin State provides the first quantitative data of human rights violations against the people of Chin State in Western Burma. Click here for the press release. Click here for the full report

Waiting on the margins: An assessment of the situation of the Chin Community in Delhi, India. A report by the Chin Human Rights Organisation, April 2009. Click here for a copy of the report.

"We are like forgotten people" The Chin People of Burma: Unsafe in Burma, Unprotected in India Click here to read the Human Rights Watch report, January 2009:

Click here to read the Refugee Council of Australia report, June 2009:
The Search for Protection: Resettled refugees reflect on seeking asylum in Asia and the Middle East

Click here to read Looking forward: A report from community consultations, November 2007 New Delhi, India. by the Women's League of Burma and UNSW Centre for Refugee Research. The report describes the conditions faced by Burmese women living in Delhi, seeking resettlement through the UNHCR.

UNHCR - The UN Refugee Agency
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Click here to read the UNAIDS 2008 report on the Global AIDS Epidemic


Caritas Australia
Burma Campaign UK
Human Rights Council of Australia
MiVAC - Mines Victims and Clearance Trust