A Recommended Peace Building Plan: Situation of Human Rights in Myanmar

  • Dr. Lt. Col. (R) Rooh ul Amin Deputy Registrar Academics, University of Wah, Wah Cantt – Pakistan
  • Dr. Fozia Naseem Assistant Professor, College of Law, GC University, Faisalabad – Pakistan
  • Dr. Ghulam Muhammad Awan Department Peace and Conflict Studies, National Defense University [NDU], Islamabad, Pakistan
Keywords: Genocide, Human Rights, United Nation, Peace Building, Violation, Discrimination


Human rights situation are extremely concerning for the Rohingya and other Myanmar minorities'. The nature and trends of recorded violations and abuses cannot be overlooked: Discrimination that is systematic and structural, as well as exclusionary policies too often, oppression and marginalization are at the center of potential conflicts. In the year 2013 the Secretary-Adviser General's on Genocide Prevention cautioned that failing to act could lead to genocide. Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims can face "severe consequences," according to the UN. The international community has sworn to prevent. Addressing the violations and abuses detailed in this study, on the other hand, can contribute to a healthy and peaceful environment in Myanmar, sowing the seeds of development, prosperity, and harmony, to serve justice, achieve reconciliation, and protect the human rights of all people in Myanmar; measures are required to break the cycle of impunity and foster accountability. The authorities should ensure that all past and current reports of human rights violations and abuses are investigated promptly, thoroughly, impartially, and independently, in accordance with international norms and standards. This would ensure transparency and give victims access to an appropriate remedy, such as fair reparation and respect for their right to know the facts about the violations.

How to Cite
Dr. Lt. Col. (R) Rooh ul Amin, Dr. Fozia Naseem, & Dr. Ghulam Muhammad Awan. (2021). A Recommended Peace Building Plan: Situation of Human Rights in Myanmar. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review, 2(3), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.36902/rjsser-vol2-iss3-2021(1-11)