Myanmar: documentation practices may raise challenges for accountability – article now available in Burmese

This important blog by ICJ Senior Legal Adviser Kingsley Abbott was first posted to Opinio Juris. It has been translated into Burmese language as a resource for individuals, institutions and organizations in the country.

Documenting criminal human rights violations in the Myanmar is critical, so we must be careful not to create problems for future efforts at establishing criminal responsibility.

In his article, Kingsley Abbott, discusses the important role of the documentation of serious human rights violations in Myanmar by civil society, UN bodies and journalists.

This effort has played a critical role in raising awareness of the situation inside and outside the country and in getting responses from the international community.

Read the article in English

Read the article in Burmese


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