The Euro-Burma Office (EBO) was established in Brussels in 1997 to promote the development of democracy in Burma.

The work of the EBO is:

1. To help the Burmese democracy movement prepare for a transition to democracy;

2. To keep the international community informed about the situation in Burma. 


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Political Monitor 10   - 5  – 11 April – 17 April 2014

EBO job announcement – Liaison Office Coordinator17 March 2014

EBO job announcement – Project Achievement Study Team members10 March 2014

EBO job announcement – Communications Officer10 March 2014

Fortify Rights - Report: Policies of Persecution: Ending Abusive State Policies Against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar & Press Release: Myanmar: Abolish Abusive Restrictions & Practices Against Rohingya Muslims - Leaked Documents Implicate Government Actors in Crimes Against Humanity25 February 2014

Burma Centre for Ethnic Studies - Briefing Paper No. 20: The Law Khee Lah conference23 February 2014

TNI & Burma Centrum Netherlands - Burma Briefing Series no. 13: Ethnicity without Meaning, Data without Context - The 2014 Census, Identity and Citizenship in Burma/Myanmar - 24 February 2014

For recent EBO Analysis papers, articles, interviews & speeches, please see: EBO Articles

For recent statements and press releases, please see: Statements and Press Releases

About us: Euro-Burma Office: Report on over a decade of activities

DAILY NEWS – 17 April 2014

News – General& International

Myanmar to stay on reform path, says adviser, but changes will be gradual - Today Online - 17 April 2014

Suu Kyi Questions Myanmar Government’s Commitment to Democracy - RFA - 16 April 2014

Literacy campaign aims to coach 46,000 people - DVB - 17 April 2014

How China Used Drones to Capture a Notorious Burmese Drug Lord - The Daily Beast -17 April 2014

Myanmar moves to ban interfaith marriage - SBS - 16 April 2014

Myanmar’s legal profession moves to establish National Bar Association - Lexology - 15 April 2014

News – Ethnic nationalities/Border conflict/ Ethnic Armies

Fighting Intensifies in Northern Burma - VOA - 16 April 2014

News – Business / Economy / Industry

Myanmar expects 5 ml visits - TTR Weekly - 17 April 2014

Visa flexes in promising Myanmar - Bangkok Post - 17 April 2014

Press Release :Ooredoo Chairman Calls for Companies around the World To Increase Role for Women in Business - Market Watch - 16 April 2014

Analysis / Opinion

Myanmar: Communal violence threatens political progress – By Elliot Brennan - Lowy Institute for International Policy (the Interpreter) - 17 April 2014

Myanmar’s ‘Black Page’ Media Protest - By Mong Palatino - The Diplomat - 17 April 2014

Yangon Switches On - By Simon Lewis & Kyaw Hsu Mon - Irrawaddy - 17 April 2014


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All the above articles can be found compiled here.  

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