About us

Burma Human Rights Network (BHRN) is working for human rights, minority rights and religious freedom in Burma.  We are passionate about human rights for everyone in Burma, which is a fundamental to the proper functioning of a democratic society.

BHRN is officially registered in 2015 and based in London. However, we have been advocating international community for Burma human rights situation since 2012.

We played a crucial role advocating for human rights and religious freedom with politicians and world leaders, we have earned a reputation for providing them credible and reliable analysis.

Decision makers from UK, US and European Union, including UN turn towards us to provide them with reliable analysis about hate speech, religious freedom and minority rights in Burma.  

We are also working with well-reputed organisations and offering training how to document human rights abuses in Burma. We report to international community with credible evidences and reliable analysis. We share reports widely among diplomatic and academic circle, media and human rights organisations

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BHRN Executive Director with Chuka Ummuna MP for Streatham
BHRN Executive Director Mr Kyaw Win with Chuka Ummuna MP for Streatham
With Noble Laureate And Former President Of East Timor
BHRN executive director, Mr Kyaw Win, with Noble Laureate and Former President of East Timor Mr Ramos Horta.
With Mr Paul Scully, MP
BHRN executive director, Mr Kyaw Win, with Paul Scully MP who is the half Burmese MP in UK Parliament.
A Public Talk In Manchester, UK
BHRN Executive Director, Mr Kyaw Win, giving a public talk in Manchester, UK.
EU Parliament In Brussels
BHRN executive director, Mr Kyaw Win, meeting with Mr Sajjad Karim MEP (middle) during an advocacy trip to EU parliament in Brussels.
Sharing Snalysis At London School Of Economy
Executive Director of Burma Human Rights Network, Mr. Kyaw Win, sharing his analysis on persecution of Rohingya minorities and persecution of minority religions in Burma. London Conference on Decades of Persecution and Destruction of Myanmar's Rohingya.
Sharing Analysis At Oxford University
Executive Director of Burma Human Rights Network, Mr. Kyaw Win, addressing to the academics in a roundtable talk at Oxford University. Sharing the analysis on citizenship process for Rohingya population in Burma.