BAI is always pleased to welcome new members. To join Burma Action Ireland, please complete the membership form. If you are interested in assisting Burma Action Ireland with any of our work, please tick the relevant box on the membership form or email Burma Action Ireland at email@example.com
Annual membership fee is as follows:
o Organisation €50
o Full-time waged €25
o Student/Unwaged €5
Burma Action Ireland,
PO Box 6786,
About Burma Action Ireland
Burma Action Ireland (BAI) was established in May 1996 to raise awareness about the situation in Burma and to promote human rights and democracy for the people of Burma. In doing so, BAI seeks to ensure that international policies on Burma support democratisation and human rights. It is composed of individuals with an interest in development, human rights and justice issues.
Membership is open to individuals and organisations who accept the aims and objectives of BAI and who pay the annual subscription.
OUR MAIN OBJECTIVE
Burma Action Ireland’s main objective is to campaign for democracy, development and respect for human rights in Burma including:
• The immediate end of conflict in ethnic areas, the initiation of a meaningful political peace process and full respect for the rights of the ethnic peoples;
• The unconditional release of all political prisoners of conscience and the provision of adequate support for their transition back into society;
• The safe return of all refugees to their homes with international protection.
We aim to achieve this by:
• Informing the people of Ireland about the situation in Burma and seeking their active involvement;
• Providing material and moral assistance to grassroots and civil society organisations in and from Burma which are promoting human rights and democracy in Burma;
• Lobbying the Irish Government and the international community on their stand on Burma;
• Taking whatever other steps that are necessary for the achievement of BAI’s aims.
Honorary President: John Boorman
Chairperson: Keith Donald
- World Refugee Day: Burma Gov. and International Community Must Respect Voices & Rights of Refugees
- 56 Solidarity Groups Call for Immediate End to Offensives & Provision of Humanitarian Aid to IDPs
- International investigation needed into human rights violations against Burma’s Rohingya
- ASEAN, international community must prioritise Rohingya women and children in crisis
- International NGOS Urge Ban Ki-Moon to negotiate aid access to Rakhine State, Myanmar (Burma)