The Myanmar websiteMyanmar's website
As most countries of Southeast Asia, Myanmar's people and history are a glorious mishmash of settlers and invaders from all fronts.
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Myanmar government, presidential office: This is the website of the President's Bureau. The Myanmar Information Managment Unit, MIMU: The Myanmar Information Managment Unit / MIMU is a unit for the UN Country Team and the Humanitarian Country Team under the leadership of the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator. The aim is to enhance the analytical and decision-making capacities of a large number of players - among them the United Nations, the humanitarian team, non-governmental organisations, donor organisations and other players inside and outside Myanmar - by enhancing the co-ordination, gathering, processing, analysing and disseminating of information.
Ranked and commented on more than 30,000 full text texts on Burma/Myanmar. Over 100 Burma-specific use/news/discussion groups, panels, bulletin board, listservs or meetings that send e-mail announcements to Subscribers or request you to view the announcements through a newsreader or website. Everyday, aweekly or other frequency sent to the subscriber by e-mail.
You can also have an archives on a website that is sometimes browsable. "Groups " where only the presenter can posting are listed under Electronic Newspapers. Sites: 4000 shortcuts (May 2003) to single document and 500 to several document/sites, sorted by topic. INCL is seeking and supporting a regulatory framework that will strengthen civic societies, promote freedom of union and peaceful coexistence, promote humanitarianism and enable global outreach.
Links to free mutual judicial cooperation help organizations to concentrate on their mandate instead of devoting funds to specialist jurisprudence. Our work ranges from day-to-day litigation for our NGOs and welfare companies (e.g. general economic advisory services, IP, labour market etc.) to large transnational work.
The Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business (MCRB)
Myanmar Centre for responsible businesses is an effort to promote good governance throughout Myanmar. It is a common effort of the Institute for Human Rights and Economy (IHRB) and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR). United Nations guiding principles for economic and human rights, approved by unanimous vote of the UN Human Rights Council in June 2011, are the keys to the Centre's tasks and work.
The IHRB is a worldwide competence center for the relations between companies and international recognized HRB.