Warm greeting to you all. We would like to cordially invite you to join with us to commemorate Burma Resistance Day and to protest against illegitimate military regime on 26 March 2010 (Fri) in front of the Burmese military regime's embassy. Your presence will be highly honoured and looking forward to seeing you all.
Date: 26 March 2010 (Friday)
Time: 13:00-14:00 pm
Place: In front of the Burmese Junta's Military Regime
Address: 19A Charles Street, London, W1J 5DX
Tube: Nearest tube station is Green Park
Please forward this message to everyone who concern Burma. Thank you very much and looking forward to seeing you all.
We the Karen Community Association (KCA) would like to invite you all to a fund-raising event on 20th March 2010.
In April 2005 the Karen Community Association UK was started by Karen people, who had previously fled from persecution and oppression by the Burmese regime because of their beliefs, ethnicity and political practice.
During February this year we heard news about the repatriation of 3,000 ethnic Karen refugees, who were forced to flee into Thailand in June 2009. The refugees have been kept in squalid conditions in two temporary camps, Nong Bua, (also called No Bu), and Mae U Su, in Tha Song Yang close to the Thailand-Burma border. On February 5th, 13 people were sent back into Burma before the UNHCR and other NGO’s arrived. Now the Royal Thai Government and local and military representatives have officially stated that they will not force people to return.
We the KCA-UK members are very concerned about our people. We also recently received the news about increased …
- Burma is one of the poorest countries in the world. - It is ruled by one of the world’s most brutal regimes, guilty of every possible human rights violation. - It also has one of the worst records of religious persecution in the world.The people of Burma need our prayers.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the democratically elected leader of Burma who has spent fourteen of the last nineteen years under house arrest, asked Christians around the world to pray for Burma, which is why the Global Day of Prayer for Burma was created. Help answer her call by taking part in the Burma Day of Prayer on 13 March 2010.
Join CSW supporters and staff at the Emmanuel Centre in London for an exciting and challenging day of prayer – and have the unique opportunity to participate in contemporary Burmese worship and hear firsthand accounts from victims of persecution in Burma.
If you can’t attend the London event, why not use CSW’s free resources to hold your own prayer event for Burma? The people of Burma would be so…
I would like to invite all of you to the birthday celebration of my father. He will be 44 in March, this year. However, he has to spend his birthday in small prison cell with nobody around him.
He used to hold the prayers event to pray for all the people in Burma on his birthday before he was arrested. This year, he cannot hold any event and do celebration on his birthday. As his daughter, I would like to continue his works and fulfill his wishes.
I would like to invite all of you to come and pray together for all the people of Burma for their freedom and peace. I would like to request all of you to wear white color shirt or blouse as remembering the white campaign that was led by my father with his friend of 88-generation students group.
Thank you so much indeed and looking forward to seeing you all.
Waihnin Pwint Thon Event Details.
Date: 14/03/2010. Sunday
Place: St. Ethelburga’s, Centre for Peace and Reconciliation. 78 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AG
We, the Karen Community Association- UK (KCA-UK), would like to invite you all to join us for a global day of action on 9th March, 2010 regarding the new military offensive against Karen civilians by the Burmese Army in Karen State, eastern Burma.
In the UK, there will be a demonstration in front of British Foreign and Commonwealth office (FCO), King Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AH, on 9th March 2010 at 12:30 to 13:30.
For decades the Karen people have been under attack by the ruling regime. In early February this year, the troops of the Burmese Army entered two Karen villages in Ler Doh (Kyaukkyi) Township, Kler Lwee Htoo District and burned them down. As a consequence, seventy-four houses were destroyed. People in eleven villages have been forced to flee for their lives. Around 2,500 people are now hiding in the jungle, in desperate need of aid.
In the same month, the Burmese troops fired a mortar bomb into an area of Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in Mutraw (Papun) D…
The 63rd Anniversary Mon National Day will fully be celebrated in London, in aspect of presenting the culture of Mon people in the world arena. Generation of Mon Society UK will take the responsibility of holding the event with full willingness. The event is to be held in a few weeks later than the actual designated date, in order to provide a smooth and convenient performance in overall channel. The performance will includes auspicious Mon National Day Speeches, cultural dances, live music band and comedy joke show (Anyeik). Moreover Food Fayre will also be part of the supplement program that will raise donation fund for the humanity needs in the border area of Myanmar (Burma).
We would like to invite all representatives from different community, organizations, other ethnic backgrounds and friends and families of our members to the event. The occasion will be held as follows with a FREE ENTRY:
Event Title : 63rd Mon National Day London Date : : 6th March, 2010( Saturday ) Time : : 17:00 …
Venue: Oxford Town Hall , St Aldate’s, Oxford , OX1 1BX
6.30 pm – 7.30 pm sale of Burmese Cuisine
7.30 pm – 9.30 pm the main event. Academic Speaker - Daw Nita Yin Yin May (OBE) (BBC Burmese Service) will deliver the speech about the Life of Iconic Lady Aung San Suu Kyi.
Ms. Vicky Bowman (the first woman British Ambassador to Burma,2002-2006), currently Director Global & Economic Issues (job share) at the Foreign & Commonweath Office will speak about the situation of Women in Burma.
Miss Wai Hnin (BCUK) will speak about the Burma History & Culture.
Film documentary, Traditional Dance & Performance.
Wheelchair access: Limited to 4 wheelchairs (Entrance 20 metres to left of main entrance)
All Welcome (Everyone could wear your lovely traditional costune freely)! You can contact in advance to Ma Kyu if you want to follow with the Coach please. Coach will leave from Victoris Coach station.