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Indepentment investigation for missing Khumi Chin: Interview with Rachel Fleming Indepentment investigation for missing Khumi Chin: Interview with Rachel Fleming Written by Chinland Guardian Published in Interviews 24 June 2015 -- Ling Min, a Khumi Chin from Pyin So village where the Burma Army and the Arakan Army clashed, has been missing since late March an...
Chin Christian pastor's building stoned in Yesagyo Chin Christian pastor's building stoned in Yesagyo Written by Chinland Guardian Published in National 23 June 2015 -- Stones were thrown at a building in which a Chin Christian pastor and his family live in Yesagyo town, Magwe Region. Chin pastor Re...
Authorities urged to provide humanitarian aid to Chin conflict victims Authorities urged to provide humanitarian aid to Chin conflict victims Written by Chinland Guardian Published in Chin News 16 June 2015 -- The Chin Human Rights Organization urged the government of Burma to take necessary action to provide humanitarian assistance to Chi...
Burma and Arakan armies accused of violations against Chin civilians Burma and Arakan armies accused of violations against Chin civilians June 17, 2015 Written by KIC Published in Karen State Chin Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) take Shelter near the Kaladan River in Chin State (Photo: KMG)Chin Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)...
Chin civilians bear brunt of conflict in Paletwa, Chin State Chin civilians bear brunt of conflict in Paletwa, Chin State By MizzimaTuesday, 16 June 2015 The Chin Human Rights Organization (CHRO) today condemned both the Arakan Army (AA) and the Myanmar Army for human rights abuses and violations of international humani...
Himte In Khuasak Khawh Hi A Va Sunglawi Hringhran Dah: Paletwa Tlawnnak Himte In Khuasak Khawh Hi A Va Sunglawi Hringhran Dah: Paletwa Tlawnnak Published: 16 June 2015     Written by The Chinland Post 2012 kum ah Chin Ramkulh khuapi hi ka phan dih ngawt cang__Paletwa dah ti lo. Thlanglei Laitlang kan timi chung in Kanpetlet, ...

About CHRO

The Chin Human Rights Organization (CHRO) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization legally registered in Canada. It was formed in 1995 on the India-Burma border by a group of Chin activists committed to promoting democracy in Burma and raising international awareness of previously unreported human rights abuses

About Chinland

The Chinland locates in Southeast Asia and lies between the longitude 92.15ºE and Chinland97ºE, and in between the latitude 18ºN and 27.30ºN.

Bangladesh is to its Southwest, Manipur State of India is to its Northwest, China is to its North, Burma is to its East, and Arakan is to its South.

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primary rights-based advocacy organization for the Chin people and has worked with Chin communities throughout the world continuously since the very beginning. Over the years, CHRO has nurtured working relationships with the Chin, developed the institutional capacity, and become a trusted voice of the Chin people.

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