政党社团之声
[发表评论] [查看此文评论]    缅甸风云
[主页]->[政党社团之声]->[缅甸风云]->[Unrepresentative Nations and Peoples Organization UNPO]
BURMA-缅甸风云
·糖尿病民间验方
·心腦血管病的預防
·漫谈印欧语系
·2007年缅甸国内外微妙变化
·貌强:Harn Yawnghwe, EU, USA and Burma’s Junta
·从“Honsawatoi”亡国250年谈起
·缅甸孟族纪念“Hongsawatoi ”亡国250周年
·温教授问美国为何不出手
·缅甸封杀“缅甸华商商会”
·缅甸当局封杀百年华商社团
·貌强:Act Now or Regret Later with the Unholy Alliance
·缅甸已找台阶解除对华商社团的封杀
·论缅甸吴努政府与台湾阿扁政府
·缅甸众土族再三赴美寻求支持
·由印尼华人要人权民族权想起
·缅甸世道乱——坏人有好报
·社会主义“居者有其屋”
·丹瑞大将打坐差点走火入魔
·缅甸掸邦第一特区政府(果敢)网站与彭主席访谈
·缅甸丹瑞大将参禅新法:一念代万念
·中風救命法——针刺十指尖与两耳垂放血
·EWOB/AEIOU 的声明
·缅甸僧侣和平示威,丹瑞大将心乱如麻
·缅甸和平示威扩大,丹瑞家人领先逃亡
·反对无理威胁和平集会与游行
·缅甸民族委员会NCUB 对广大士兵的呼吁
·缅甸联邦民族委员会告人民书-3
·SDU’S STATEMENT ON RECENT SPDC’S CRACKDOWN/貌强
·SDU对军政府最近开枪镇压的声明
·缅甸军政府凶杀案将告国际刑事法庭
·恢复掸邦委员会支持缅甸僧侣与民众
·缅侨向联合国与国际机构火急呼救!
·制止缅甸军政府杀害僧侣学生民众
·请求教皇给缅甸人民雪中送炭
·缅甸医生专业医务人员呼吁总罢工
·教皇雪中送炭:为缅甸苦难人民祈祷
·正义要伸张!公道要讨回!
·众土族委员会ENC对缅甸当前局势的声明
·缅甸的华人悲歌
·缅侨恳求中国在安理会勿再投否决票
·全缅学生民主先锋谈缅甸危机
·缅甸律师委员会对甘巴里《缅甸报告》的看法
·缅甸民族委员会NCUB欢迎安理会声明
·缅甸当前急务纵横观
·感谢德国人民支持缅甸和平正义斗争
·缅甸动乱,丹瑞大将有话说
·缅甸众土族国际公开大学AEIOU急需捐款
·缅甸丹瑞大帝狞笑睥睨自豪
·老战友 Prof. Win 的心底话
·毒品枭雄昆沙盖棺论定
·老战友还有话说
·缅甸众土族最欢迎昂山素姬声明
·韩永贵在捷克国会的缅甸问题讲话
·众合法土族政党支持联合国代表代发的昂山素姬声明
·缅甸和平民主阵线10月18日声明
·人权特使会成为甘巴里第二吗?
·与韩永贵漫谈丹瑞昂山素姬走向
·赛万赛笑缅甸军政府杀一儆百
·对掸邦昆沙的另类盖棺论定
·缅甸丹瑞大帝笑评东盟宪章
·缅甸大帝与总理谈东盟来龙去脉
·缅甸众土族委员会拜访印度观察家研究基金会
·缅甸众土族委员会答印度记者问
·苦修我不入地狱谁入地狱的缅甸高僧
·巴瓯民族解放组织支持昂山素姬声明
·缅甸丹瑞大帝2007年12月3日语录
·缅甸民族委员会欢呼美国HR3890号制裁决议
·缅甸问题根源是彬龙精神不见了
·克伦族谴责缅甸种族灭绝内战
·缅甸丹瑞大帝笑骂民主
·缅甸学运领袖波昂觉永垂不朽!
·缅甸联邦土族与少数民族问题
·缅甸各族欢呼联合国原住民权利宣言
·缅甸若开邦人民致函联合国
·纪念缅甸独立节60周年
·缅甸掸族公主痛斥军政府
·缅甸土族哭祭60周年独立节
·古来稀大哥的前列腺毛病
·缅甸僧伽与人民,是鱼水关系
·缅甸僧伽们入世行动了
·钦族阵线谈印度与缅甸军政府
·缅甸民族委员会08年元月24日声明
·缅甸掸族拟加入众土族委员会ENC
·缅甸掸族领袖赛万赛答缅甸文摘问
·由红色高棉想到缅甸军政府
·缅甸掸族的61周年掸邦节
·克伦族掸族领袖游说欧盟6年15次
·平等、民主、发展——救缅甸!
·与赛万赛谈2008年初缅甸局势
·缅甸联邦民族委员会对曼侠被杀害之声明
·人倒下,但曼侠英魂永远活着!
·缅甸革命师生痛失曼侠学兄
·曼侠名列缅甸军政府刺杀单
·谈缅甸国民大会、公投、普选
·美国教授讲缅甸的过去现在未来
·反对缅甸5月公投与2010年普选?
·国际缅甸僧伽总会拜访海牙UNPO
·正视缅甸宪法公投与大选
·缅甸问题以和为贵、利民为本
·缅甸独裁政府——你不打,他不倒!
·缅甸联邦民族委员会有关“宪法公投”声明
[列出本栏目所有内容]
欢迎在此做广告
Unrepresentative Nations and Peoples Organization UNPO

   (S.H.A.N. & Burma’s News Published by Burma’s Chinese 貌强 20-6-05)

   No: 12 - 06/2005

   18 June 2005

   Shadow UN set to emerge from the shadow

   An international organization formed by rejected and oppressed nations and peoples, as well as minorities, at the time of the collapse of the Soviet Union is holding a three-day General Assembly, 24-26 June, in the Netherlands, reports Shan representative to the grouping:

   The invitation by The Hague-based Unrepresentative Nations and Peoples Organization,dated 3 June, outlines two main issues to be discussed: guidelines viable to relaunch the UNPO in the main international arena and procedures and tools to reform the Organization. In addition, the covenant signing ceremony for 15 new members will be held on the first day.

   Among its 50-plus members from Burma are 4 states from Burma: Chin, Karenni, Mon and Shan.

   Armenia, Georgia, Estonia, Latvia and East Timor, its former members, remain as supporting members.

   More than 40 UNPO members and 100 representatives from around the world are expected to be present at the event.

   Founded in 1991, the UNPO went into a difficult period towards the end of the century. Efforts to save, rebuild and re-invigorate the grouping started only two years earlier under the leadership of Ad Interim General Secretary Mario Busdachin, 49, an Italian citizen of Croatian origins.

   The Right to Self Determination, Democracy, Human Rights and Non-violence, the grouping claims, have for years been "the duty and commitment" of its members.

   For further information, please contact Sai Wansai, Shan representative to the UNPO (email: , who "hope we could all start with a clean slate."

   Related report:Shadow UN to be reactivated (24 December 2003)

   

   For further information, please contact S.H.A.N. at:

   Shan Herald Agency for News

   P.O. Box 15, Nonghoi P.O, Chiangmai 50007, Thailand.

   e-mail:

   Ph: 66-1-5312837

   http://www.shanland.org

   =============

   

   (S.H.A.N. & Burma’s News Published by Burma’s Chinese 貌强 )

   ABOUT UNPO

   The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) is a democratic, international membership organization. Its members are indigenous peoples, occupied nations, minorities and independent states or territories who have joined together to protect their human and cultural rights, preserve their environments, and to find non-violent solutions to conflicts which affect them. UNPO provides a legitimate and established international forum for member aspirations and assists its members in effective participation at an international level.

   Although UNPO members have different goals and aspirations, they share one condition – they are not represented in major international fora, such as the United Nations. As a result, their ability to participate in the international community and to have their concerns addressed by the global bodies mandated to protect human rights and address conflict, is limited.

   In today’s world, over 90 percent of conflicts are intrastate. UNPO was founded and designed to fill the gap left by today’s international system and its institutions. Notably, it is the members of the organization, the peoples who are most effected by the shortcomings of the international system, who have created the organization.

   UNPO is dedicated to the five principles enshrined in its Charter: Non-violence, Human Rights, Self-determination and democracy, Environmental Protection, and Tolerance.

    Members of the UNPO

    Abkhazia | Aboriginals of Australia | Acheh | Ahwaz | Albanians in Macedonia | Assyria | Bashkortostan | Batwa | Bougainville | Buffalo River Dene Nation | Buryatia | Cabinda | Chechen Republic of Ichkeria | Chin | Chittagong Hill Tracts | Chuvash | Circassia | Cordillera | Crimean Tatars | East Turkestan | Gagauzia | Greek minority in Albania | Hungarian minority in Romania | Ingushetia | Inkeri | Iraqi Turkoman | Ka Lahui Hawai'i | Karenni State | Khmer Krom | Komi | Kosova | Kumyk | Kurdistan | Lakota | Maohi | Mapuche | Mari | Maasai | Mon | Montagnards | Nagalim | Nahuas del Alto Balsas | Nuxalk | Ogoni | Oromo | Rusyn | Sanjak | Scania | Shan | Somaliland | South Moluccas | Southern Cameroons | Taiwan | Tatarstan | Tibet | Tuva | Udmurt | Vhavenda |West Papua | Zanzibar

    UNPO at UN

   International fora, such as the United Nations, are vital platforms for those peoples, nations, indigenous peoples and minorities facing oppression. Having their voice heard in these arena is often a complex and costly undertaking. The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO) was founded by those nations and peoples to help them and others overcome these obstacles and have their voices effectively heard at the United Nations and other international fora.

   The primary objective of the UNPO program at the United Nations is to provide UNPO members with assistance in gaining access to and effectively using the different United Nations bodies such as the UN Commission on Human Rights, the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and the Working Group on Indigenous Populations.

   Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation

    Mailing Address P.O. BOX 85878 2508CN The Hague The Netherlands Tel. # +31 (0)70 3646504 Fax # +31 (0)70 3646608

   For general inquiries please write to [email protected]

©Boxun News Network All Rights Reserved.
所有栏目和文章由作者或专栏管理员整理制作,均不代表博讯立场