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ASEAN urged to heed UN Sec-Gen call for ceasefire, ensure human rights amid COVID19

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We, the undersigned civil society organisations and individuals, strongly urge the Member-States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to heed the call of the UN Secretary-General António Guterres for immediate global ceasefire in active armed conflicts in all parts of the world, in order to focus on the fight against the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. We likewise call on States to place human security and conflict sensitivity as core principles in their emergency responses, ensuring that measures are proportionate, necessary and non-discriminatory aligned with international human rights law and standards, and are sensitive to the disproportionate vulnerability to pandemics of conflict-affected communities, refugees, asylum-seekers, stateless, internally-displaced persons (IDPs), people with disabilities, women, children and elderly.

In Southeast Asia, active armed conflicts are ongoing in the Philippines especially in Mindanao, in West Papua in Indonesia, in the Southern provinces of Thailand, and in various ethnic states all over Burma/Myanmar. These armed conflicts have created millions of refugees and internally displaced peoples. According to the UNHCR, in 2017, there were 3.37 million “persons of concern” in Southeast Asia, of which approximately 1.46 million were refugees, 74,416 asylum seekers, 1.17 million stateless, and 665,051 internally displaced persons. Not only are health systems of war-torn communities inadequate, but the access to healthcare and other forms of social protection by the most marginalized groups in ongoing active armed conflicts is almost none.

The COVID19 pandemic will undeniably test the capacity for crisis mitigation and response of governments, and will potentially ravage each and every society. We are concerned, however, of countries and communities where overt violence and political instability are present and where economic capacities and social capital are fragile, making them more vulnerable to the impact of the outbreak, and possibly exacerbating existing conflicts or giving rise to new ones.

This is a test of ASEAN leadership in the region, and a test of ASEAN integration beyond just economics and trade. Unsurprisingly, however, the ASEAN members have yet to respond to the crisis as a regional community. Many countries beyond the region have also taken a me-first strategy, as the UN itself struggles to rally a decisive, coordinated global response. States need to recognize that while border lockdowns may temporarily contain the pandemic, without supporting the capacities of more fragile countries and without coordinated action, we will not be able to beat the virus. Solidarity among peoples and nations is needed now more than ever.

The virus will not discriminate with regards to religion, race, ethnicity, political ideology and affiliation. This will hurt us all, but still this will unevenly hurt the poor, the politically and economically marginalized and the communities that are already devastated by violence — the same people in whose name many of the state security actors and non-state armed groups claim to fight for.

It is in light of these that we argue that a global ceasefire is not only a prudent step, but a mora Imperative. All efforts must be expedited to contain the pandemic and find durable solutions to this common problem.

Ceasefires will allow humanitarian aid to reach the most vulnerable communities, and can open corridors for dialogue and coordination for emergency response, without the risk of being derailed due to any unnecessary armed confrontation. Resources must be directed towards preventing further damage to those who have already lost so much through armed conflict.

In line with this aim, States must ensure that human security and social justice are at the heart of their response, and that emergency powers are not abused for narrow political gains, otherwise such will only exacerbate the inequalities, insecurity and distrust that underpin these armed conflicts.

Thus, we call on States to take the following steps without delay:

1.) Declare immediate unilateral ceasefires in order to establish humanitarian corridors and delivery of aid, particularly health education and services, to affected communities. This can serve as a starting point to negotiate and forge reciprocal ceasefire agreements and ceasefire monitoring mechanisms with armed groups;

2.) Allocate adequate resources to ensure non-discrimination, transparency and respect for human dignity in the delivery of health services and humanitarian aid, regardless of citizenship, race, religion, political affiliation, gender and economic status. Utmost attention must be provided in addressing the particular needs of the most vulnerable and conflict-affected communities, indigenous peoples, refugees, stateless, asylum seekers, IDPs, such as their access to clean water and sanitation, to protective and hygiene equipments like face masks, and to immediate testing, quality medical care and social protection. The special needs and disproportionate risks for displaced women must be addressed;

3.) Ensure that the crisis response, including implementing state services and security forces, abides by the existing standards and principles of international human rights law. Declarations of state of emergencies, community-quarantines, lockdowns and restriction of freedom of movement must not come at the expense of the right to freedom of expression and access to information. Internet shutdowns that are in place in conflict-affected areas must be lifted, and context-specific information dissemination must be put in place in order to ensure every person is informed on the status of the pandemic and the government response. Emergency powers enacted into law must have clear limitations and have oversight and grievance mechanisms;

4.) Take steps to ensure support for and the safety of people involved in crisis response, especially healthcare workers in the frontlines, such as by providing them adequate protective gears and equipment and psychosocial support; and,

5.) Divert resources from arms and military spending to healthcare, social services and Peacebuilding.

We further call on the ASEAN to initiate and facilitate the space for mutual support and strategic coordination among member-states, especially in ensuring the wellbeing and rights of conflict-affected communities, refugees, asylum-seekers, stateless, and internally-displaced persons. This is the moment for ASEAN and its member-states to act as a “people-centred, people-oriented,” caring and sharing community.

Endorsed by:


1. Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC)-Southeast Asia

2. Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID), the Philippines

3. Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT), Cambodia

4. ALTSEAN-Burma

5. AMAN-Indonesia

6. ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR)


8. ASEAN Youth Forum (AYF)

9. Asia Democracy Network (ADN)

10. Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)

11. Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (APR2P), Australia

12. Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN)

13. Asia Pacific Partnership for Atrocity Prevention (APPAP)

14. Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN)

15. Burma Human Rights Network (BHRN), Myanmar/Burma

16. Cambodian Civil Society Partnership, Cambodia

17. Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS), Cambodia/Asia

18. Center for Peace Education (CPE)-Miriam College, the Philippines

19. Center for Social Integrity – CSI, Myanmar/Burma

20. Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), the Philippines

21. Child Rights Coalition (CRC) Asia

22. Focus on the Global South

23. Gaston Z. Ortigas Peace Institute (GZOPI), the Philippines

24. Ichsan Malik Center for Peace and Dialogue, Indonesia

25. Iligan Institute of Technology, Mindanao State University for Peace and Development and

Mindanao (MSU-IIT IPDM)

26. In Defense of Human Rights and Dignity Movement (iDEFEND), the Philippines

27. Interfaith Cooperation Forum, the Philippines

28. Institutu ba Estudu Dame Konflitu e Sosial (KSI), Timor-Leste

29. Kachin Development Group, Myanmar/Burma

30. KontraS (Commission for the Disappeared and Victims of Violence), Indonesia

31. Lumah Ma Dilaut, the Philippines

32. MADPET (Malaysians Against Death Penalty and Torture), Malaysia

33. Mindanao PeaceWeavers (MPW), the Philippines

34. Moro Consensus Group, the Philippines

35. Pax Christi Institute, the Philippines

36. Pax Christi Pilipinas, the Philippines

37. Penang Peace Learning Centre (PPLC), Malaysia

38. Peacebuilders Community, Inc, the Philippines

39. Peace Building Club Malaysia

40. Peace Women Partners Philippines

41. Peoples Empowerment Foundation, Thailand

42. Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA), the Philippines

43. Progressive Voice, Burma/Myanmar

44. Pusat KOMAS, Malaysia

45. Radio Rakambia, Timor-Leste

46. Research and Education for Peace, Universiti Sains Malaysia (REPUSM), Malaysia

47. Southeast Asia Conflict Studies Network (SEACSN)

48. Southeast Asian Human Rights and Peace Studies Network (SEAHRN)

49. Stop the War Coalition, Philippines

50. Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Research/Education in Asean/Southeast Asia

Programme (SHAPE-SEA) Governing Board

51. Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM), Malaysia

52. Sulu Current Research Institute – Sharif Ul Hashim Inc., Sulu Archipelago, the Philippines

53. Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP)

54. Terres de Hommes-Germany in Southeast Asia

55. Working Group for Peace (WGP), Cambodia

56. Youth Education for Development and Peace (YEDP), Cambodia

57. 88 Generation Peace and Open Society Organization ( Myeik ) ၈၈ မ ဆက ငမခမရင ပငလငလ အဖအစည(မတ), Myanmar/Burma

58. The 88 Generation Peace And Open Society(Kyauk Me), Myanmar/Burma

59. 88 Generation Peace and Open Society Organization (Kyun Su) ၈၈ မ ဆကငမခမရ ငပငလငလအဖအစည(ကနစ), Myanmar/Burma

60. 8888 New Generation (Mohnyin), Myanmar/Burma

61. A Linn Mee Eain အလငမအမအ(Lashio), Myanmar/Burma

62. A MATA ( Ayeyarwaddy MATA ), Myanmar/Burma

63. AATA ( Ayeyarwaddy Accountability and Transparency Association), Myanmar/Burma

64. Action Group for Farmers Affair (AGFA- Mandalay Division, Myanmar/Burma

65. Action Group for Farmers Affair (AGFA)- Ayarwaddy Division, Myanmar/Burma

66. Action Group for Farmers Affair (AGFA)- Bago Division, Myanmar/Burma

67. Action Group for Farmers Affair (AGFA)- Magway Division, Myanmar/Burma

68. Action Group for Farmers Affair (AGFA)- Sagaing Division, Myanmar/Burma

69. AGFA Action Group for Farmers’ Affair (Bago), Myanmar/Burma

70. Ahlin Tagar Rural Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

71. AhLin Thitsa Development Committee, Myanmar/Burma

72. Ahnaga Alinn Development Committee, Myanmar/Burma

73. Ahr Man Thit Bhamaw, Myanmar/Burma

74. Ahr Thit Yaung Chi (Hline Bwe ) အသစငခည(လငဘမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

75. Airavati Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

76. Alin Thitsar Development Committee အလငသစဖဖရကမတ, Myanmar/Burma

77. Alinn Bhamaw Local Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

78. Alinn Thit Disability Association, Myanmar/Burma

79. Alinsaetamarn Library & Resource Center, Myanmar/Burma

80. All Arakan Civil Society Organizations Partnership (AACSOP), Myanmar/Burma

81. All Kachin Youth Union, Myanmar/Burma

82. Ann Township Pipeline Watch Movement Organization အမမနယပကလငရရစငကည လပရရအဖ,Myanmar/Burma

83. Arakan Civil Society Forum for Peace Network(ACSFPN), Myanmar/Burma

84. Arakan Human Rights Defenders and Promoters Association(AHRDPA), Myanmar/Burma

85. Arakan Humanitarian Coordination Team (ACHT), Myanmar/Burma

86. Arakan National Congress ( Laytaung )- ရခငအမသကနရက(လတင), Myanmar/Burma

87. Arakan National Network(ANN), Myanmar/Burma

88. Arakan Peasant Union – APU, Myanmar/Burma

89. Arakan Social Network (ရခငလမကနရက(မပ), Myanmar/Burma

90. Arakan Women Union (ရခ

ငအမသမသမဂ), Myanmar/Burma

91. Arakan Youth New Generation (ရခငလငယမဆကသစ), Myanmar/Burma

92. Arr Marn Thit Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

93. Athan – Freedom of Expression Activist Organization, Myanmar/Burma

94. Aung San Mandalar, Myanmar/Burma

95. Ayeyar Farmer Union, Myanmar/Burma

96. AYN Ayeyawady Youth Network, Myanmar/Burma

97. Ayyar Pyo May Women Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

98. Badeidha Moe CIvil Society Organization, Myanmar/Burma

99. Bago Women Development Group, Myanmar/Burma

100. Banmaw Youth Network, Myanmar/Burma

101. Bee House, Myanmar/Burma

102. Belinn CSO Network ဘလငCSO ကနယက, Myanmar/Burma

103. Bridging Rural Integrated Development and Grassroots Empowerment (BRIDGE),


104. Butheetaung Youth Congress (ဘသတငလငယကနရက), Myanmar/Burma

105. Candle Light Youth Group, Myanmar/Burma

106. Cang Bong youth, Myanmar/Burma

107. CCTU, Myanmar/Burma

108. Central Chin Youth Organization, Myanmar/Burma

109. CHAD, Myanmar/Burma

110. Child Care Foundation (Myawaddy T.S), Myanmar/Burma

111. Child Prevention Network, Myanmar/Burma

112. Chin MATA working group, Myanmar/Burma

113. Chin youth Organization, Matupi, Myanmar/Burma

114. Chinland Natural Resource Watch Group, Myanmar/Burma

115. Citizen’s Action For Transparency (CAfT), Myanmar/Burma

116. Civil Authorized Negotiation, Myanmar/Burma

117. Civil Call (Sagaing Region), Myanmar/Burma

118. Community Association Development, Myanmar/Burma

119. Community Empowerment and Resilience Association (CERA), Myanmar/Burma

120. Community Response Group, Myanmar/Burma

121. Constitution Network ( Hpa An ) အခခဥပဒကနယက(ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

122. Daifin Social Service, Myanmar/Burma

123. Daifin Social Services (DFSS), Myanmar/Burma

124. Dama Ahlin Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

125. Dawei Development Association, Myanmar/Burma

126. Dawei Research Association, Myanmar/Burma

127. Dawei Watch Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

128. DEC Democratic Education Corner, Myanmar/Burma

129. Department of Development Studies, Myanmar/Burma

130. Development Network Hinthada, Myanmar/Burma

131. Doe Myae Social Development Organization ( Tontay ), Myanmar/Burma

132. Down Peace Organization, Myanmar/Burma

133. Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation EMReF, Myanmar/Burma

134. Environmental Protection and conservation Society of Anin Region. (EPCS.Anin) အနငဒသသဘဝထနသနစငရကသမအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

135. Equality Myanmar, Myanmar/Burma

136. Evergreen Organization-Momawk, Myanmar/Burma

137. Farmer Agricultural Network, Myanmar/Burma

138. Farmer and Labour Union(Myeik), Myanmar/Burma

139. Farmers and Land Rights Action Group, Myanmar/Burma

140. Farmers Networks Monyin, Myanmar/Burma

141. FCC, Myanmar/Burma

142. Flag Youth Group, Myanmar/Burma

143. Free & Fair ( Chaung Oo), Myanmar/Burma

144. Free and Justice Women Network ( Hpa An ) F&J (ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

145. Free Education Service Organization, Myanmar/Burma

146. FREELAND, Myanmar/Burma

147. FREELAND Organization(Lashio), Myanmar/Burma

148. Future Light Center, Myanmar/Burma

149. Future Light Development Committee (အနဂတအလငဖဖရကမတ), Myanmar/Burma

150. Future Light Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

151. Future Star, Myanmar/Burma

152. Future Star Youth Organization, Myanmar/Burma

153. Future Young Pioneer Organization(FYPO), Myanmar/Burma

154. Gayunarshin Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

155. Generation Wave GW, Myanmar/Burma

156. Gita Yart Won ( Thaton ) ဂတရပဝန-သထ, Myanmar/Burma

157. GOAL organization, Myanmar/Burma

158. Golden Future Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

159. Golden Heart Organization, Myanmar/Burma

160. Green Justice Institute, Myanmar/Burma

161. Green Network Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar/Burma

162. Green Peasant Institute, Myanmar/Burma

163. Green Rights Organization ( Shan State ), Myanmar/Burma

164. Green Youth, Myanmar/Burma

165. Grip Hand organization, Myanmar/Burma

166. Halcyon, Myanmar/Burma

167. Heartland Foundation(Lashio), Myanmar/Burma

168. Hinthada Anti-plastic Organization HAPO, Myanmar/Burma

169. History Carrier Group(Kyauk Me), Myanmar/Burma

170. Hkumzup Development Committee, Myanmar/Burma

171. Hline Bwe Youth Network လငဘလငယကနယက, Myanmar/Burma

172. Home Ma Lin Youth Network (ဟမလငလငယကနယက), Myanmar/Burma

173. Hope For Children Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

174. Hsar Du Wor CBO ( Than Taunggyi ) (ဆဒဝx§CBO) (သတငကမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

175. Hsar Ka Baw CBO ( Than Taunggyi ) (ဆကပCBO) (သတငကမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

176. Hsar Mu Htaw ( Than Taunggyi ) ( လမအထကအကပအဖ)(သတငကမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

177. Htaw Mae Pa CSO ( Hline Bwe )ထမပCSO (လငဘမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

178. Htee gyaunt Network, Myanmar/Burma

179. Htoi Gender and Development Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

180. Htoi San Local Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

181. Htun Thit Sa Rural Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

182. Human Right Defenders and Promoters(Palaw), Myanmar/Burma

183. Human Rights Foundation of Monland (HURFOM), Myanmar/Burma

184. Humanitarian Strategy Team – Northern Shan State (HST-NSS), Myanmar/Burma

185. Humanity Institute, Myanmar/Burma

186. IFI Watch (Kyun Su), Myanmar/Burma

187. IFI Watch Myanmar, Myanmar/Burma

188. Independent Society (Hpa An) လတလပသလဘင(ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

189. iSchol-Myanmar, Myanmar/Burma

190. Island Tagon Social Care Organization, Myanmar/Burma

191. Justice Movement for Community – Innlay, Myanmar/Burma

192. Justice Society Organization(Lashio), Myanmar/Burma

193. Kachin Development Group, Myanmar/Burma

194. Kachin National Youth Network, Myanmar/Burma

195. Kachin State Farmers Association, Myanmar/Burma

196. Kachin State Women Network, Myanmar/Burma

197. Kachin State Women Network, Myanmar/Burma

198. Kachin Women Union, Myanmar/Burma

199. Kachin Women Union, Myanmar/Burma

200. Kalyana Mitta Development Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

201. Kaman Ethnic Social Network(KESN), Myanmar/Burma

202. Kan Chay Arr Man Fishery Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

203. Kanaung Institute, Myanmar/Burma

204. Kanpetlet Land Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

205. Kantbalu Farmers Union, Myanmar/Burma

206. Karan Land Development Organization ကတနမဖဖတတကရအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

207. Karen Affairs Group KAG (ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

208. Karen State Women Network KSWN (Hpa An ), Myanmar/Burma

209. Karen Youth Organization (Hpa Pun ) ကရငလငယအဖ(ဖပနမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

210. Karen Youth Organization KYO ( Kyar Inn Sate Kyee ) (ကအငဆတကမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

211. Karenni Evergreen, Myanmar/Burma

212. Karenni Human Right Group, Myanmar/Burma

213. Karenni National Women Organization, Myanmar/Burma

214. Karenni State Farmer Union, Myanmar/Burma

215. Karuna Foundation ( Kawkareik ) ဂဏဖငဒရင(ကကရတမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

216. Katan Land Development Committee, Myanmar/Burma

217. Kaung Myat Hnalonethar Health Care Organization, Myanmar/Burma

218. Kaung Rwai Social Justice and Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

219. Kayah Earthrights Action Network (KEAN), Myanmar/Burma

220. KESAN (ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

221. Khaing Myar Thitsar Development Committee ခငမသစဖဖရကမတ, Myanmar/Burma

222. KMSS, Myanmar/Burma

223. KOG (ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

224. KRDA Kyaukphyu Rural Development Association, Myanmar/Burma

225. Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone Watch Organization ကကဖအထစပရဇ, Myanmar/Burma

226. Kyun Ta Htaung Myay Foundation ( KTHM ) ကနတစထငမဖငဒရင, Myanmar/Burma

227. LAIN Technical Support Group, Myanmar/Burma

228. Land In Our Hands (LIOH), Myanmar/Burma

229. Lann Pya Kye Mansi, Myanmar/Burma

230. LatButta Farmer Union, Myanmar/Burma

231. Lawng Byit Hkawng organization, Myanmar/Burma

232. Legal Clinic Myanmar, Myanmar/Burma

233. Legal Knowledge Sharing Group, Myanmar/Burma

234. Light Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

235. Lighthouse Social Development Organization Ayarwaddy, Myanmar/Burma

236. Lin Let Kyal Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

237. Lin Yaung Chi, Myanmar/Burma

238. Lisu Women Organization-Hsipaw လဆအမသမအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

239. Living Water Organization, Myanmar/Burma

240. Loi Yang Bum Community Development organization, Myanmar/Burma

241. Lu Mu Htar CBO ( Than Taunggyi ) ( လမထCBO) (သတငကမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

242. Lu Nge Ahr Marm (လငယအမနအဖ), Myanmar/Burma

243. Madae Island Youth Development Association (မဒကနလငယဖဖရအသင), Myanmar/Burma

244. Mandalay Affairs Association, Myanmar/Burma

245. Mandalay Community Center, Myanmar/Burma

246. Mandalay Industrial waste water watch group, Myanmar/Burma

247. Mandalay Justice Committee, Myanmar/Burma

248. Mandalay Paralegal Network, Myanmar/Burma

249. Mandalay Political Women Group, Myanmar/Burma

250. Mandalay Regional Youth Association, Myanmar/Burma

251. Mandalay Social Harmony Network, Myanmar/Burma

252. Mandalay Social Science Institute (MSSI), Myanmar/Burma

253. Mandalay YMCA, Myanmar/Burma

254. Mandalay Young-sin, Myanmar/Burma

255. Mann Thingaha, Myanmar/Burma

256. MATA (Arakan), Myanmar/Burma

257. MATA (Sagaing Region), Myanmar/Burma

258. MATA (yangon), Myanmar/Burma

259. Matu Baptist Churches, Myanmar/Burma

260. Matu forum Committee, Myanmar/Burma

261. Matu social welfare, Myanmar/Burma

262. Matu Women Association, Myanmar/Burma

263. Mawdukala Mae Social Development Association, Myanmar/Burma

264. May Doe Arrman Women Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

265. Maydoearrman, Myanmar/Burma

266. Men fellowship Matupi, Myanmar/Burma

267. Metta Campaign, Myanmar/Burma

268. Metta Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

269. Metta Shin, Myanmar/Burma

270. Metta Yin khwin, Myanmar/Burma

271. Mi Kayin Youth ( Hpa An ) မကရငလငယ(ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

272. Mingalar Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

273. Minhla Youth Centre, Myanmar/Burma

274. MOBO, Myanmar/Burma

275. Mon Area Community Development organization MACDO – Ye, Myanmar/Burma

276. Mon Literature and Culture Association −Kawkareik, Myanmar/Burma

277. Mon state Women and Children Upgrade Conduct Organization(MWCUC),


278. Mon Women Network (MWN) မနအမသမမကနယက, Myanmar/Burma

279. Mon Women’s Organisation (MWO) မနအမသမအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

280. Mother Land Network , Myanmar/Burma

281. MPA Myanmar People’s Alliance ( Shan State), Myanmar/Burma

282. MPFC Myanmar Press Freedom Center, Myanmar/Burma

283. MRCN, Myanmar/Burma

284. MRJ-Myu Sha Rawt Jat, Myanmar/Burma

285. Mu Sae Cum Multi – Development Association (မစကမဘကစဖဖတတကရ, Myanmar/Burma

286. Muditar Organization, Myanmar/Burma

287. Mwetaung Area Development Group, Myanmar/Burma

288. Myanmar Covid-19 Response Center, Myanmar/Burma

289. Myanmar Cultural Research Society (MCRS), Myanmar/Burma

290. Myanmar ICT for Developlement Organization-(ဖဖမအတကမနမအငစတအဖ), Myanmar/Burma

291. Myanmar Independent living Initiative-MILI, Myanmar/Burma

292. Myanmar Postive Women Network, Myanmar/Burma

293. Myanmar Yat Youth Organization-Hsipaw) မနမရပလငယအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

294. Myeik Lawyer Network, Myanmar/Burma

295. Myit Ma Ayeyarwaddy Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

296. Myit Pha Ayeya အသင, Myanmar/Burma

297. Nam Kyoe Parahita Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

298. Nam Shani Organization, Myanmar/Burma

299. National Network for Education Reform NNER, Myanmar/Burma

300. Natural Green Alliance, Myanmar/Burma

301. Nay Won Ni, Myanmar/Burma

302. New Generation ( Won Tho )− မဆကသစ(ဝနသ), Myanmar/Burma

303. Ngwe Saung Youth Network, Myanmar/Burma

304. Ngwe Yaung A Nar Gat women Organization-Hsipaw , Myanmar/Burma

305. Nianggawn Institute (NI), Myanmar/Burma

306. Northern Shan State Youth Network, Myanmar/Burma

307. NSS Farmers Union, Myanmar/Burma

308. Nway Htway Thaw Yin Khwin ထသရငခင, Myanmar/Burma

309. Nyan Lynn Thit Analytica, Myanmar/Burma

310. Nyein (Shalom) Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

311. Open Development Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

312. Our Future Initiate, Myanmar/Burma

313. Our Natural Land, Myanmar/Burma

314. Oway Education and Youth Institute, Myanmar/Burma

315. Pan Pyoe Lett, Myanmar/Burma

316. Pan Taing Shin Women Rural Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

317. Pan Thi Kyo LGBT Organization, Myanmar/Burma

318. Paung Ku, Myanmar/Burma

319. Paung Ku (Mandalay), Myanmar/Burma

320. Paungsee Arr Institute (PAI), Myanmar/Burma

321. Paungsee Myittar Organization, Myanmar/Burma

322. PCCEN ( Primary Color Civics Education network), Myanmar/Burma

323. PCMJ Protection Committee for Myanmar Journalist, Myanmar/Burma

324. PDCE (Peace Development and Civic Education), Myanmar/Burma

325. Peace and Development Initiative-Kintha (PDI-Kintha), Myanmar/Burma

326. Peasant and Land Labour Union ( Myeik), Myanmar/Burma

327. Peasants Legal Aid Network (PLAN), Myanmar/Burma

328. People for People (PFP), Myanmar/Burma

329. Phyu Sin Myittar Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

330. Pone Yate Sit Regional Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

331. PSC Taung Gote SPC (တငကတ), Myanmar/Burma

332. Public Service Committee(PSC)Taungoke, Myanmar/Burma

333. Pyinnya Thagar Acadimate Institute, Myanmar/Burma

334. Pyoe Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

335. Rakhine Ethnics Congress (REC), Myanmar/Burma

336. Rakhine State Physically Handicapped Association (ရခငပညနယမသနစမသမ, Myanmar/Burma

337. Rakhine Youth New Generation Network (RYNG-N), Myanmar/Burma

338. Rakka Ahr Marn (ရကအမနအဖ), Myanmar/Burma

339. Rambrae Township Development Organization-ရမဗမနယဖဖတတကရအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

340. Regional Development & Rule of Law Watchers. Daedaye, Myanmar/Burma

341. Reliable Organization RO, Myanmar/Burma

342. Representative Committee Of Education College Students Unions, Myanmar/Burma

343. Research Institute for Society and Ecology, Myanmar/Burma

344. Royal Women, Myanmar/Burma

345. Rule of law watch group, Myanmar/Burma

346. Rural Community Development Society, Myanmar/Burma

347. Rural Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

348. S& K mining Watch, Myanmar/Burma

349. Sain Let Ayar, Myanmar/Burma

350. Salween Network သလငကနယက(ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

351. San Phate Women Organization-Hsipaw စဖတအမသမအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

352. SaNaR, Myanmar/Burma

353. Sane Lann Myo Set ( Hpa An ) စမလနမဆက(ဖအမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

354. Sarnar Kyi Phyu Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

355. SarPhyu Famar Network, Myanmar/Burma

356. Save the Salween Network, Myanmar/Burma

357. Saytana Mon Women Network, Myanmar/Burma

358. Saytana Shaesaung Youth Organization, Myanmar/Burma

359. Saytanar Shin Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

360. Second Top Roof, Myanmar/Burma

361. Sein Yaung So Activities (Tada U), Myanmar/Burma

362. Shan Women Association, Myanmar/Burma

363. Shan Women Development Network, Myanmar/Burma

364. Sharing – မဝရ, Myanmar/Burma

365. ShiningStarInterfaith&HR Group, Myanmar/Burma

366. Shwe Nathar Famar Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

367. Shwe Thinkha Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

368. Shwechinthae Social Service Group (shwebo), Myanmar/Burma

369. SKY-youth, Kyaukphyu, Myanmar/Burma

370. Social Program Aid for Civic Education(SPACE), Myanmar/Burma

371. Southern Youth Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

372. SPACE, Myanmar/Burma

373. Special Olympic, Myanmar/Burma

374. Spectrum, Myanmar/Burma

375. Summer Shelter Library (အရပစကညတက), Myanmar/Burma

376. Sunflower (SHG), Myanmar/Burma

377. Swam Su Ti Rural Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

378. Swan Saung Shin, Myanmar/Burma

379. Sympathy Hands, Myanmar/Burma

380. Synergy (Social Harmony Organization), Myanmar/Burma

381. Ta’ang Women Organization-Hsipaw) တအငအမသမအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

382. Tanintharyi MATA, Myanmar/Burma

383. TANKS-Kachin, Myanmar/Burma

384. Tarkapaw Youth Group, Myanmar/Burma

385. Taung Ta Man Development Network, Myanmar/Burma

386. TEN Taunggyi Education Network, Myanmar/Burma

387. Thanbyuzayart Mon Youth Organization, Myanmar/Burma

388. Thantwe Development Organization (သတဖဖတတကရအသင), Myanmar/Burma

389. Tharthi Myay Foundation, Myanmar/Burma

390. The Helpers for Perfect Democracy(HPD) – Monywa, Myanmar/Burma

391. The Seagull (Human Rights, Peace & Development), Myanmar/Burma

392. Thein Than Aung, Myanmar/Burma

393. Thint Myat Lo Thu Myat (Peace Seekers and Multiculturalist Movement), Myanmar/Burma

394. Thit Sar Gone Network သစဂဏကနယက, Myanmar/Burma

395. Thu Kha Mein Institute, Myanmar/Burma

396. Thuriya Sandra Environmental Watch Group, Myanmar/Burma

397. THWEE CSO ( Kawkareik ) သ CSO (ကကရတမနယ), Myanmar/Burma

398. Township Leading Group (Waingmaw), Myanmar/Burma

399. Township Leading Group Waingmaw, Myanmar/Burma

400. Transman Association Myanmar, Myanmar/Burma

401. Tri-star organization, Myanmar/Burma

402. TRY organization, Myanmar/Burma

403. Uakthon Local Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

404. Waimaw Civil Society Network (WCN), Myanmar/Burma

405. Waing Maw CSO Network, Myanmar/Burma

406. WAN Lark Development Foundation (WLDF), Myanmar/Burma

407. Windayel Village Social Organization ( Hpa An ) ဝငဒရယကရလမရအဖ, Myanmar/Burma

408. Women Active Group, Myanmar/Burma

409. Women Capacity Building,Kawkareik, Myanmar/Burma

410. Women fellowship,Matupi, Myanmar/Burma

411. Women for women foundation, Myanmar/Burma

412. Women Peace and Security Network- Northern Shan State (WPSN-NSS), Myanmar/Burma

413. Worker Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

414. Wunpawng Ninghtoin (WPN), Myanmar/Burma

415. Yae Kyi Sann social support group (BAGO), Myanmar/Burma

416. Yai Ywal Yar Youth Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

417. Yangon Watch, Myanmar/Burma

418. Yatanar Young Chi Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

419. Yin Khat Pann, Myanmar/Burma

420. YMCA, Myanmar/Burma

421. YMCA of Mandalay, Myanmar/Burma

422. Yone Kyi Yar (Mandalay), Myanmar/Burma

423. Young Ni Oo Social Development Organization, Myanmar/Burma

424. Young Ni Oo Women Group, Myanmar/Burma

425. Youth Ahsee Ahyone – Bago (လငယအစညအ-ပခ), Myanmar/Burma

426. Youth Campion Network (Mandalay), Myanmar/Burma

427. Zinlum Committee (Tanphaye), Myanmar/Burma

428. Zomi Student and Youth Organization, Myanmar/Burma

429. Zomia International Myanmar, Myanmar/Burma


1. José Manuel Ramos-Horta, 1996 Nobel Peace Prize co-awardee, Timor-Leste

2. Seng Raw Lahpai, 2013 Ramon Magsaysay awardee, Myanmar/Burma

3. Tirmizy Abdullah, Associate Professor, Mindanao State University, the Philippines

4. William Nicholas Gomes, Human Rights Activist and Freelance Journalist, York, United Kingdom

5. Corazon Fabros, Vice President, International Peace Bureau, Global/the Philippines

6. Pichamon Yeophantong, PhD, Australia/Asia-Pacific

7. Bruce Van Voorhis, Hong Kong