International standards & introductory material on genocide: click here
Articles & reports from a wide range of sources are below.
Related stories and components
Myanmar: Kirin's subsidiaries allegedly maintain business ties with Myanmar's military; company responds
The Guardian's article, "Australian craft beer brewer faces criticism over partnership with Myanmar military", alleges that Kirin’s business partnership with the Myanmar military “provides not only much-needed foreign currency for the isolated Myanmar...
...Kirin shares the concerns of the international community regarding the serious questions being raised about human rights in Myanmar....
- Related stories: Myanmar: Kirin's subsidiaries allegedly maintain business ties with Myanmar's military; company responds
- This is a response from the following companies: Kirin Little Lion World Beverages (part of Kirin) New Belgium Brewing (part of Kirin)
New owner of New Belgium Brewing, Kirin's subsidiary Little Lion World Beverages criticised over partnership with Myanmar's military
Author: David Pred
"Australian craft beer brewer faces criticism over partnership with Myanmar military", 28 Dec 2019...
Myanmar: Western Union cut ties with military-owned Myawaddy Bank over alleged genocide & war crimes
Author: Nay Myo Htun,Ye Kaung Myint Maung, & Roseanne Gerin, Radio Free Asia
"Myanmar Military Shrugs Off Western Union Decision to Cut Ties With Army-owned Bank", 9 January 2020...
Myanmar: CSOs urge Western Union to end its business relationship with a military-owned bank; company responds
An open letter report by 33 civil society organizations alleging that by having a business relationship with a military-owned bank in Myanmar, Western Union is supporting the military’s financial capacity. In turn, the open letter alleges that Western...
Myanmar: Western Union reportedly backs Myanmar’s military through its business relationship with military-owned bank
Author: 33 Civil Society Organizations
"Open letter to Western Union President and CEO Hikmet Ersek", 29 Oct 2019...
Author: Western Union
…Western Union condemns human rights abuses, including human trafficking, human smuggling and any form of modern slavery....
- Related stories: Myanmar: CSOs urge Western Union to end its business relationship with a military-owned bank; company responds
- This is a response from the following companies: Western Union
Victims & NGOs file complaint against BNP Paribas in France over alleged complicity in human rights abuse in Sudan