Open Letter to ASEAN Leaders: Recommendations from CSOs in Myanmar and in Southeast Asia to the Special ASEAN Summit on Myanmar

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23 April 2021

Open Letter to ASEAN Leaders: Recommendations from CSOs in Myanmar and in Southeast Asia to the Special ASEAN Summit on Myanmar

To: Leaders of the Member States of the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

Your Excellencies,

In alignment with the upcoming Special ASEAN Summit on Myanmar on 24 April 2021, we, the undersigned 744 individuals, 402 civil society organisations in Myanmar and 444 in other Southeast Asian nations and globally, call on the ASEAN, its leaders and Member States to come up with an effective and sustainable strategy jointly with the United Nations Security Council, the United Nations Human Rights Council, the International Criminal Court (ICC), and other international community actors in addressing the illegitimate and brutal coup and atrocity crimes committed by the military junta in Myanmar.

We welcome the decision to hold the Special ASEAN Summit on Myanmar, based on the proposal made by President Joko Widodo of the Republic of Indonesia to discuss the worsening situation in Myanmar following the violent crackdown against peaceful protesters and the terror campaign against civilians launched by the junta. The decision hopefully constitutes a precedent and reflects the commitment of ASEAN Member States leaders to address Myanmar’s appalling situation using its highest-level policy-making body.

However, in view of ASEAN Member States’ differing positions on the coup in Myanmar, we remain extremely concerned that the ASEAN Summit’s response might  be to  consider the crisis as solely within Myanmar’s domestic affairs and therefore deciding to refrain from any meaningful action in line with the “ASEAN Way” of non-interference and overzealous respect for ‘state sovereignty’.

The differing positions of ASEAN Member States have made it difficult for ASEAN to reach a consensus and resulted in equivocations and delayed responses from ASEAN, while the military junta continued its deliberate, murderous attacks on Myanmar’s people, including various violence against women and girls, much to our sorrow and anger. As evidenced from the outputs produced by the Informal ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting (IAFMM), ASEAN responses fall well short of meeting the will of the people of Myanmar. The chair’s statement of the IAFMM meeting neither specifically publicly called out the junta’s brutality nor called for stronger cooperation with the UN Security Council and Human Rights Council. Further, it also fails to mention ASEAN’s commitment to supporting targeted economic sanctions against military personnel and business entities and global arms embargo and referral of the Myanmar situation to the ICC.

With the different interests and political will of ASEAN Member States at the moment, we are concerned to what extent the Special ASEAN Summit can create an immediate and meaningful intervention to resolve the situation of Myanmar. ASEAN’s collective and meaningful action to uphold democracy is warranted at this time. Any decision by the ASEAN leaders to treat the military junta as the legitimate representative of Myanmar in the Summit will serve to legitimize the military junta’s crimes and will thus damage not only the relationship of ASEAN with the peoples of Myanmar but the people’s movement for democracy and human rights in the region as a whole.

Further, the ASEAN and its Member States must recognise the legitimacy of the National Unity Government (NUG), the legitimate and democratically-elected government of Myanmar, given that it represents 76% of elected Members of the Union Parliament, ethnic leaders, the civil disobedience movement, and general strike committees endorsed by the people of Myanmar. Therefore, Myanmar must be represented by the NUG; not by the illegal junta who is trying to take full control of the country through its unprecedented brutality.

As we send this letter to the ASEAN Leaders, the violence and killings by the Myanmar military against protesters and supporters continue with no sign of abating. The junta have so far arbitrarily killed 739 and arrested 3,331 people, including women, elderly people and children.[1] In Karen and Kachin ethnic areas, the junta has been bombing villages, displacing more than 30,000 villagers.[2] In these bombing attacks, civilians including children lost their lives as well as faced difficulties not only about their safety, but also for health, shelter and food. Among those fleeing were women, children, elderly and pregnant women who are due to give birth. There was also a case of a woman who gave birth to her child while she was fleeing. Given the gravity of the situation, the increasing number of victims, and the impact of the crisis on the region’s security and political stability, we strongly urge ASEAN to take firm and effective actions to address the Myanmar coup through the Special ASEAN Summit.

We urge all ASEAN leaders to listen to, strongly consider, and to heed the aspirations and will of the peoples of Myanmar. The voices of Myanmar people who have risked their lives in defense of democracy and justice must be the anchor, the conscience, behind any modality and outcome of the Special ASEAN Summit on Myanmar.

Therefore, in solidarity with the people of Myanmar, we call on the ASEAN leaders to immediately take the following actions:

  • Reject the presence of illegitimate military junta as the representative of Myanmar in the Summit;
  • Give the seat of Myanmar in the ASEAN Summit to its legitimate representative, the NUG;
  • Call for all violence against people and peaceful demonstrators as well as supporters and journalists to cease, for the release of all political prisoners, including human rights defenders, protesters and protest leaders and journalists, and the lifting of all restrictions on the internet and on communications more generally;
  • Establish a solid and coordinated response among the ASEAN, the United Nations Security Council and the United Nations Human Rights Council with the aim of sending a joint delegation to Myanmar to monitor the situation, put ending the violence and helping negotiate a democratic, peaceful and human rights-based solution;
  • Fully support initiatives by the international community to impose a global arms embargo and targeted economic sanctions against the military, their personnel and business entities related to them and for the UN Security Council to refer the Myanmar situation to the ICC;
  • Ensure access for humanitarian aid and health support to all affected areas in Myanmar including opening cross-border humanitarian aid corridors;
  • Put the safety, security, and wellbeing of Myanmar asylum seekers and refugees, including the Rohingya, as one of its priorities;
  • ASEAN countries must not return Myanmar migrant workers and refugees back home regardless of their status. ASEAN destination countries should extend the Myanmar migrant workers employment contracts for another year or more;
  • Take substantial measures against Myanmar, including suspending Myanmar’s membership of ASEAN. ASEAN shall only lift the suspension once the military junta accepts the authority of NUG, the military places itself fully, permanently and unconditionally under NUG control, the junta is brought to the ICC, and democracy is fully established.

Only by moving beyond the “ASEAN Way” of consensus and non-interference can ASEAN intervene in the Myanmar situation in a meaningful and robust way. Myanmar is on the verge of becoming a failed state, and it is in ASEAN’s best interest to take a firm stance on these urgent and distressful developments. Failure to do so risks not only further damaging ASEAN’s reputation as an effective regional body that can meaningfully contribute to a solid, just, humane and viable community of nations but will undermine ASEAN’s efforts to achieve its vision and mission of a caring, just and peaceful community of nations and people.

Sincerely,
Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)
Progressive Voice
ALTSEAN Burma
ASEAN SOGIE Caucus
ASEAN Youth Forum
Asia Pacific Forum for Women, Law, and Development (APWLD)
Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID)
SHAPE-SEA

Signatory:

  • 744 Individuals
  • 402 Civil society organisations based in Myanmar[3]
  • 444 Civil society organisations based in other Southeast Asian countries and globally

For further information, please contact ea-asean@forum-asia.org

List of Endorsement from CSOs based in other Southeast Asian countries and globally

  1. ACT4DEM
  2. Action & Solidarity in Korea
  3. Activists Group for Human Rights ‘BARAM’
  4. Activists Group on the Street
  5. AKKMA NATIONAL COALITION PILIPINAS
  6. Aksi Lilin Jakarta
  7. AKUKFEM
  8. Aliran Malaysia
  9. All Indonesian Trade Union Confederation (KASBI)
  10. Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT) Cambodia
  11. Alternatives to Violence Project In Korea
  12. ALTSean Burma
  13. Andong YWCA
  14. Ansan YWCA
  15. AnYang YWCA
  16. Areum Nara
  17. ASEAN Parliamentarian for Human Rights (APHR)
  18. ASEAN SOGIE Caucus (ASC)
  19. ASEAN Trade Union Council (ATUC)
  20. ASEAN Youth Forum (AYF)
  21. Asia Democracy Network (ADN)
  22. Asia Floor Wage Alliance (AFWA)
  23. Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR)
  24. Asia Pacific Forum for Women Law and Development (APWLD)
  25. Asian Companions Against Brutality
  26. Asian Culture Forum on Development Foundation (ACFOD)
  27. Asian Dignity Initiative
  28. Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)
  29. Asian Migrant Women Center
  30. Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL)
  31. Assistance Association For Political Prisoners (AAPP)
  32. Association of Korea Minjung Theologians
  33. Asylum Access Malaysia (AAM)
  34. Ateneans for Governance, Innovation, Leadership and Service (AGILAS)
  35. Australia Karen Organizations
  36. BALAOD Mindanaw
  37. Blooming School
  38. Boat People SOS
  39. BUCHEON YWCA
  40. Buddhist Solidarity for Reform
  41. Building and Wood Workers International Asia Pacific Region
  42. Burma Action Ireland
  43. Burma Human Rights Network (BHRN)
  44. Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK
  45. BUSAN YWCA
  46. BUTTL’ Chunganm Human Rights Educational Activist Group
  47. Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC)
  48. Cambodian Institute for Democracy (CID)
  49. Canadian Buddhist Civil Liberties and Human Rights Association
  50. Coalition of Cambodia Farmers Community Association (CCFC)
  51. Catholic Association Of Labour And Elderly (Masan Diocese)
  52. Catholic Women’s Center
  53. Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights (CENTRAL)
  54. Center for Freedom of Information
  55. Centre for Architecture and Human Rights
  56. Centre for Human Rights Research & Advocacy (CENTHRA)
  57. CHANGJAK21
  58. Changnyeong Environmental Movement Union
  59. Changwon Icoup Consumer Life Cooperative
  60. Changwon Minyechong
  61. Changwon Sustainable Development Council
  62. Changwon Women’s Association
  63. Changwon Women’s Center Jinhae Hall
  64. Changwon YMCA
  65. Cheonan YWCA
  66. Cheongju YWCA
  67. Cheongma History Meeting
  68. Cheongman Haengwoong
  69. Child Fund Korea Gyeongnam Children’s Protection Center
  70. Children’s Book
  71. Children’s Peace Library
  72. Christian Association for Community Organizing
  73. Christian Youth Academy
  74. CHUNCHEON YWCA
  75. Chung Soon-Wook Of Changwon City
  76. Chungju YWCA
  77. Church and Society Committee of PROK
  78. Chanwon Ywca
  79. Citizen’s Radio
  80. Citizens’ Coalition For Democratic Press Of Gyeongsangnam-Do Province
  81. Citizens’ Coalition For Economic Justice In Geoje
  82. Citizens’ Solidarity Tongyeong Branch
  83. Civic Association Of Masan, Changwon And Jinhae With Grandmothers ‘Japanese Military Sexual Slavery’
  84. Civic Association Of Tongyoung Geoje With Grandmothers ‘Japanese Military Sexual Slavery’
  85. Civil Rights Defenders
  86. Coalition of Cambodian Farmers Community-CCFC
  87. Coalition of Industrial Accidents Prevention in Ulsan
  88. Coalition to Abolish Modern-day Slavery in Asia (CAMSA)
  89. Commission for the Disappeared and Victims of Violence (KontraS)
  90. Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL)
  91. Cooperative Unnine(Sister’s)
  92. Critical_group Sigak
  93. Cross Cultural Foundation
  94. Cultural Incheon Network
  95. D4B – Democracy for Burma
  96. DAEGU YWCA
  97. Daejeon YWCA
  98. DAPLS
  99. Dasan Human Rights Center
  100. Doingle Around
  101. Donghae YWCA
  102. Dongyo Childish Grownups
  103. Ecological Environmental Education And Cultural Center
  104. Ecumenical Youth Council in Korea
  105. Education Hope Gimhae Parent Association
  106. Education Hope Gyeongnam Parent Association
  107. Education Hope Sacheon Parent Association
  108. Ekta Parishad Manipur
  109. Empower Foundation
  110. Enjoyable SW Thinking Lab
  111. Eyes Of Citizens
  112. Fellowship with the Sufferers
  113. Fine Dust Resolution Gyeongnam Citizens’ Headquarters
  114. FKTU Ulsan Regional Office
  115. Foinsa’e Hahu Futuru Timor
  116. Forest Of Life In Gyeongsangnam-Do
  117. Freedom Dignity and Asia
  118. Gangneung YWCA
  119. Gathering Of Gyeongnam Teachers To Protect The Environment And Life
  120. Geoje Civic Energy Cooperative
  121. Geoje Sustainable Development Council
  122. GEOJE Young Womens Christian Association
  123. Gimhae Education Solidarity
  124. Gimhae Sustainable Development Council Ecological Division
  125. GIMHAE YWCA
  126. GJIF(Gwangju independent film)
  127. Global Child Advocates
  128. Global Movement for Myanmar Democracy
  129. Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict – Southeast Asia (GPPAC – SEA)
  130. Goesan Gender Equality Lecturer’s Group
  131. Gommasil Children
  132. GongGam Human Rights Law Foundation
  133. Good Friends
  134. GOYANG YWCA
  135. Green Party Korea
  136. Green Party Seoul
  137. GREENKOREA INCHEON
  138. GreenKorea Legal Center
  139. Greenpeace Southeast Asia
  140. Groups of Social and Political Commentators in Cambodia
  141. GUNSAN YWCA
  142. Gwangju Alliance Against Opposing the Military Regime and Supporting Democratization in Myanmar
  143. Gwangju Asia Sisterhood Network
  144. Gwangju Cinema Solidarity
  145. Gwangju Greenkorea United
  146. Gwangmyeong Young Women’s Christion Association
  147. Gwangyang YWCA
  148. Gyeongnam Amphibian Network
  149. Gyeongnam Energy Transition Network
  150. Gyeongnam Grass Root Environmental Education Center
  151. Gyeongnam Green Party
  152. Gyeongnam Migrant Center
  153. Gyeongnam Solidarity For Safe School Meals
  154. Gyeongnam Sunlight Development Cooperative
  155. Gyeongsangnam-Do Branch Of The National School Non-Regular Workers’ Union
  156. Gyeongsangnam-Do Civic Environment Research Institute
  157. Gyeongsangnam-Do Information Society Research Institute
  158. Gyeongsangnam-Do Women, Moms, Peoples’ Party
  159. Gyeongsangnam-Do Women’s Human Rights Counseling Center Of Women’s Association
  160. GZO Peace Institute
  161. Haein church
  162. Haemalgeum(Sunny) Cultural Activity Center
  163. Haman Women’s Association
  164. Han Church
  165. Hana Church
  166. Hanam YWCA
  167. HANBAIK CHURCH YOUNG ADULT
  168. Hansalim Gyeongsangnam-Do
  169. HANSALIMKYUNGNAM
  170. HAPPYCLASS MEDITATION COMMUNITY
  171. Homeless Action
  172. Hope Woongsang
  173. Human Rights and Sport
  174. Human Rights Center of the National Council of Churches in Korea(NCCK)
  175. Human Rights Working Group (HRWG)
  176. I Coop Consumer Life Cooperative In Jang Yu
  177. Immigrants Advocacy Center Gamdong
  178. Incheon Civil Society in Solidarity
  179. Incheon People Solidarity
  180. Incheon Solidarity Against Disability Discrimination
  181. INCHEON YWCA
  182. Incorporated Organization Silcheon Bulgyo
  183. Independent Democracy of Informal Economy Association (IDEA)
  184. Indonesia for Global Justice (IGJ)
  185. Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation (YLBHI)
  186. Initiative for International Dialogue (IID)
  187. Institute For Deliberative Democracy And Environment
  188. Institute for Green Transformation
  189. Inter-religious Climate and Ecology Network
  190. International Child Rights Center
  191. International Development Community Alliance in Korea
  192. International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF)
  193. International Trade Union Confederation – Asia Pacific (ITUC – AP)
  194. International Women’s Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) Asia Pacific
  195. Ivy Humanities School
  196. Jakarta Candlelight Action
  197. Jecheon YWCA
  198. Jeju Dark Tours
  199. JEJU YWCA
  200. Jeonggeum Church
  201. Jeonju Youth Counseling & Welfare Center
  202. JEONJU YWCA
  203. Jeonju’s Solidarity for Democracy in Myanmar
  204. Jeonkyojo Incheon
  205. JH YWCA
  206. Jinhae Women’s Association
  207. Jinhae YWCA
  208. Jinju Environmental Movement Union
  209. Jinju Regional Economic Research Institute
  210. Jinju Women’s Association
  211. Jinju YMCA
  212. JINJU YWCA
  213. Joint Committee on Freedom of Expression and Press Repression
  214. June 10 Minju Gyeongnam
  215. June 15 Joint Declaration Changwon Branch
  216. June Democratic Resistance Spirit Succession Gyeongnam Association
  217. Justice Party Gyeongnam Youth Student Committee
  218. Justice Party Gyeongsangnam-Do Party
  219. Justice Party Yangsan Regional Committee
  220. Justice Party’s Namhae Hadong Regional Committee
  221. Kaladan Press Network
  222. Kangzinoop Church
  223. KctuLaw Ulsan
  224. KCTUUl
  225. KFEM
  226. KHMU (Korea Health and Medical labor Union)
  227. KIDOKYOMINHOE
  228. Kilusang Mayo Uno
  229. Korea Christian Action Organization
  230. Korea Eco Farmers Association
  231. Korea Federation for Environmental Movements in Incheon
  232. Korea Federation Of Environmental Movements In Gimhae And Yangsan
  233. Korea Federation Of Environmental Movements In Machangjin
  234. Korea Federation Of Environmental Movements In Sacheon
  235. Korea Federation Of Producers In Gyeongsangnamdo Province
  236. Korea Institute for Religious Freedom
  237. Korea Institute Of Ecological Environment
  238. Korea Rurban Regeneration Citizen’s Solidarity
  239. Korea Teachers Union-Ulsan
  240. Korea Women’s Associations United (KWAU)
  241. Korean Civil Society in Solidarity with Rohingya
  242. Korean Civil Society in Support of Democracy in Myanmar
  243. Korean Confederation Of Trade Unions Women’s Committee
  244. Korean Disability Forum
  245. Korean House for International Solidarity
  246. Korean Pharmacists for Democratic Society(Ulsan district)
  247. Korean Producers & Directors’ Association
  248. Korean Solidarity for Overseas Community Organization
  249. KSCF
  250. KSPI – CITU (Confederation of Indonesia Trade Union)
  251. KTU Yangsan Middle School Branch
  252. Kurawal Foundation
  253. Kwangju YWCA
  254. Kyungnam University Alumni Community
  255. Kyungnam University Environmental Group
  256. Labour Party Gyeongsangnam-Do Provincial Party
  257. Lawyers for a Democratic Society, Ulsanjibu
  258. LICADHO
  259. Like Pearls
  260. List of Signatory (Southeast Asia and Global)
  261. M.M.C
  262. Mandooparty to prepare a new church
  263. Manushya Foundation
  264. MARCO(Migration Action Research Community)
  265. Maruah
  266. Masan Icoup Consumer Life Cooperative
  267. MASAN YWCA
  268. Media Christian Solidarity
  269. Migrant CARE
  270. Migrant World Film Festival
  271. Migrant World TV
  272. Migrants Trade Union(MTU)
  273. Militants for Workers’ Liberty(Ulsan)
  274. Milk Tea Alliance Indonesia
  275. Milk Tea Alliance Philippines
  276. MINBYUN – Lawyers for a Democratic Society International Solidarity Committee
  277. Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute Foundation, Inc.
  278. MOKPO YWCA
  279. My Neighborhood Small Library
  280. My Sister’s Home
  281. My Sister’s Place
  282. Myanmar Alliance in Malaysia (MAM)
  283. Myanmar Club, Singapore
  284. Myanmar Democracy Network in Korea
  285. Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organisation Malaysia (MERHROM)
  286. Myanmar Human Rights Alliance Network (MHRAN)
  287. Myanmar Queer Straight Alliance
  288. Naeseo Village School
  289. Namhae Women’s Association
  290. Namwon YWCA
  291. Namyangju Women’s Center for Migrant Workers
  292. National Clergy Conference for Justice and Peace
  293. National Farmers Association Busan Gyeongnam Federation
  294. National Trade Union Center Philippines
  295. National Women Farmers Association Gyeongsangnam-Do Union
  296. National YWCA of KOREA
  297. Nature And People
  298. Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc.
  299. New Bodhisattva Network
  300. NEVER AGAIN’ Association
  301. Non San Young Women’s Christian Assosiation
  302. NYJ YWCA
  303. OFM KOREA JPIC
  304. Organisation Of Karenni Development (OKD)
  305. Osan Welfare Community Center
  306. Paju YWCA
  307. ParkJongCheol Memorial Foundation
  308. Pax Christi Korea
  309. Peacemakers
  310. PEACEMOMO
  311. People In My Neighborhood (Community For Life And Autonomy)
  312. People, not Profit
  313. People’s Party Gyeongsangnam-Do
  314. People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD)
  315. Peoples Empowerment Foundation (PEF)
  316. PIDA (People’s Initiative for Development Alternatives)
  317. Platform.C
  318. Pohang YWCA
  319. Power-Sentro
  320. Progressive 3.0
  321. Progressive Korea
  322. Progressive Voice
  323. PROK
  324. PROK Namsindo
  325. Prun Naeseo Community Association
  326. Pusat KOMAS
  327. Pyeongtongsa In Masan, Changwon And Jinhae
  328. Rainbow Vision
  329. Refresh Community
  330. Refugee Rights Center NANCEN
  331. Representative Of The Institute Of Life And Arts
  332. Resident Association For Safe And Happy Yangsan
  333. Residents’ Committee For Coal Power Plant In Sacheon, Namhae And Hadong
  334. Rohingya Arakanese Refugee Committee (RARC)
  335. Rohingya Community Development Campaign (RCDC)
  336. Rohingya Union for Women Education and Development (RUWED)
  337. Rural Infrastructure and Human Resource Development Organization (RIHRDO)
  338. Sacheon Ecological Environment Research Society
  339. Sacheon Women’s Association
  340. Sacheon YWCA
  341. Sahmakum Teang Tnaut – Cambodian Urban NGO (STT)
  342. Sangnam Film Production Center
  343. SEA Junction
  344. SEBASA
  345. Sejong YWCA
  346. Seochon YWCA
  347. Seomjingang River And Jiri Mountain People
  348. Seong-Mun-Bakk Church
  349. Seongnam YWCA
  350. Seoul Disabled People’s Right Film Festival
  351. Seoul National University MEARI Alumni Association
  352. SGPO YWCA
  353. Shancheong Humanities Meeting Leadership Society
  354. SHAPE-SEA
  355. Sidaebogjigong-gam
  356. Social Cooperative Celandine
  357. Social Cooperative Containing A Village
  358. Social Cooperative Handle Sandeul
  359. Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party Ulsan
  360. Society for the Promotion of Human Rights (PROHAM)
  361. SOK-CHO YWCA
  362. Sokcho YWCA
  363. Solidarity Against Disability Discrimination
  364. Solidarity for Another World
  365. Solidarity for Peace & Humanrights
  366. South North Korea Railway
  367. Southeast Asia Freedom of Expression Network (SAFEnet)
  368. SSSWC
  369. Students’ March
  370. Sumdol Presbyterian Church
  371. SUNCHEON YWCA
  372. Sungmisan School
  373. Supporters Group for Migrant Workers Movement
  374. SUWONYWCA
  375. Swedish Burma Committee
  376. Taiwan Alliance for Thai Democracy (台灣推動泰國民主聯盟)
  377. Task Force on ASEAN Migrant Workers
  378. TEN FOR ONE
  379. Thai Action Committe for Democracy in Burma (TACDB)
  380. Thai Democrats Without Borders Association
  381. The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI)
  382. The Anglican Church of Ulsan
  383. the Declaration of Global Citizen
  384. The Federation Of Korean Artists In South Gyeongsang Province Geoje Branch
  385. The Indonesian Human Rights Monitor (IMPARSIAL)
  386. The Jeonnam National Church Man’s
  387. The Power of Incheon Citizens
  388. The Research Insititute of the Differently Abled People In Incheon
  389. The Society For The Making Of A Real Village To Live In.
  390. Think Centre
  391. TMDU Myanmar Students Association
  392. Tongyeong Citizens’ Culture Group ‘Tongro(Aisles)’
  393. Tongyeong City Committee Of The Korean Confederation Of Trade Union
  394. Tongyeong Geoje Environmental Movement Union
  395. Tongyeong Sustainable Development Council
  396. TongYeong Young Women’s Christian Association
  397. TRANSCEND Pilipinas
  398. Transgender Liberation Front (TLF)
  399. Transparency International Cambodia
  400. Uijeongbu YWCA
  401. Ulsan Bukgu Contingent Workers Center
  402. Ulsan Civil Organizations that support Myanmar’s democracy (66 organizations)
  403. Ulsan Green Party
  404. Ulsan Labor Education Community
  405. Ulsan Labor Humanrights Center
  406. ULSAN MIGRANT CENTER
  407. Ulsan Parents EduCoop
  408. Ulsan People`s Solidarity
  409. Ulsan Solidarity For Human Rights
  410. Ulsan worker group for Workplace struggle and Class solidarity
  411. Ulsan YMCA
  412. UNION
  413. US Campaign for Burma
  414. Vegetarian Peace Solidarity
  415. Vietnam Committee on Human Rights
  416. Vietnamese Women for Human Rights
  417. Wewood Small Library
  418. WFFIG
  419. WITNESS
  420. WomenHealth Philippines
  421. Won Buddhist Civil Society Network
  422. WONJU YWCA
  423. Woongsang Labor Counseling Center Woongsang Story
  424. Worker’s Solidarity from Below in Jeonbuk
  425. Yangsan Foreign Workers Support Center
  426. Yangsan Icoup Life Cooperative
  427. Yangsan Parent Movement
  428. Yangsan Women’s Association
  429. YANGSAN YWCA
  430. Yayasan Perlindungan Insani Indonesia
  431. YEOSUYWCA
  432. YMCA Geoje
  433. YMCA Gimhae
  434. YMCA Masan
  435. YMCA Yangsan
  436. Yoon Sang-Won Memorial Association
  437. Young Deung Po Urban Industrial Mission
  438. Young Kang Church
  439. YOUNGPA Church
  440. Youth Resource Development Program (YRDP)
  441. YWCA Gimhae
  442. YWCA Masan
  443. YWCA Pyeongtaek
  444. YWCA Ulsan

[1] Data from the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) as of 21 April 2021
[2] https://www.myanmar-now.org/en/news/following-deadly-airstrikes-junta-planes-seen-spying-on-knu-territory
[3] Due to safety and security reasons, names of individuals and civil society organisations based in Myanmar will not be disclosed.

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