Tun Khin is human rights activist from Arakan State in Burma. He is from the Rohingya Muslim ethnic minority. He has lived in the UK since 2004 and is founder and President of the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK. In this capacity he has spoken in the British Parliament, US Congress, European Parliament and United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva. Tun Khin’s grandfather was a Parliamentary Secretary during the democratic period in Burma.
30 October 2012 04:09 PM
A leading advocate for human rights in Burma argues that international ignorance of what is happening in Rakhine State is a tragedy in itself
In defence of liberal democracy
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