Hope Adelaide Inc
Hope Adelaide Inc. is a small non-government organisation based in Adelaide, South Australia.

We aim to provide assistance to people and communities in the Asia-Pacific region, with an emphasis on development and human rights. In recent years we have concentrated our efforts on assisting people from Chin State, Myanmar (Burma), many of whom are now living as refugees in Mizoram and New Delhi in India, and in Malaysia.

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LATEST NEWS:

A man of peace. By Bruce Munroe. Otago Daily Times. Monday, 21 November 2016. He lived in Dunedin but is now a Vice-President of Myanmar, charged with bringing peace to this factious, newborn democracy. Who is Henry Van Thio? Is he up to the job? Bruce Munro went to Myanmar to find out. More ...

Understanding Contemporary Chin State: Reflections from a Human Rights Trainer. Chinland Guardian. Monday, 17 October 2016. By Salai Mang Hre Lian. … Notwithstanding the visible changes which took place in the major cities in central Burma like Rangoon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw, these have not extended to ethnic areas like Chin State, especially to people living in remote, rural areas. There, people are still bound by an atmosphere of fear, with little access to healthcare or education. INGO intervention to provide humanitarian assistance, work in development sector and raise public awareness rarely reached beyond urban areas in the centre of the country. More ...

Chin protests against fighting in ethnic areas in Burma. Chinland Guardian. Monday, 17 October 2016. By Thawng Zel Thang. Thousands of people took to the streets in Chin State today, staging peaceful protests against continued fighting in ethnic areas in Burma. The mass demonstrations with participants including women and elderly demanded an immediate end to conflict in areas such as Kachin, Karen and Shan States. More ...

Myanmar’s 21st Panglong Peace Conference ends with long road ahead. By AFP. Mizzima News. Saturday, 3 September 2016. Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi concluded a landmark peace summit with ethnic rebels on Saturday, calling it the first step on what promises to be a tough road to peace. The conference in the capital Naypyidaw was Suu Kyi's first big drive to end ethnic minority insurgencies that have rumbled across Myanmar's frontier states for nearly seven decades. More ...

Myanmar's Suu Kyi kicks off peace conference with appeal for unity. By Shwe Yee Saw Myint and Antoni Slodkowski. Reuters World News. Wed Aug 31, 2016. Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi launched a major push to end decades of fighting between the military and myriad rebel groups with an appeal on Wednesday to the country's ethnic minorities to overcome their differences to achieve peace. Suu Kyi has made the peace process a priority for her administration, which faces sky-high expectations at home and abroad after sweeping to power in an election last November to end more than half a century of military-backed rule. More ...

Statement of Myanmar Indigenous Peoples/Ethnic Nationalities Network Chinland Guardian. Thursday, 11 August 2016. More ...

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Last Updated ( Nov 30, 2016 at 01:55 AM )