The recent execution of four Myanmar democracy activists further shows the military junta regime’s willingness to use brutality to remain in power, as well as the continued dismantling of the rule of law and shrinking civic space—all contributing to the dire humanitarian situation across the country.
Since the 2021 coup, the international community, alongside local partners, continues to deliver assistance in Myanmar. This has been the case amidst escalating humanitarian needs and access impediments, serious violations of international human rights and humanitarian law, and the combined impacts of the socio-economic crisis, COVID-19, and armed conflict on civilians.
We call on the United Nations and relevant international institutions to take the necessary measures to:
InterAction stands with the people of Myanmar and their aspirations for freedom and democracy.