This past July the Nobel Women’s Initiative led a delegation of prominent human rights activists to the Thai-Burma border, Ethiopia, Sudan and Chad. The resulting report includes recommendations on how to build sustainable peace in Burma and Sudan—and details the work of women’s groups working for change. To read the full report from the 2008 Peace Delegation, please download below.
Nobel Women’s Initiative Delegation Report: 2008
Download sections of our report:
- Mission Statement, Table of Contents, Introduction
- Who We Met/What We Saw, Thailand & Burma-Thai Border Part One
- Thailand & Burma-Thai Border Part Two
- The African Union – Addis Adaba, Ethopia, Sudan Part One
- Sudan Part Two
- Eastern Chad
- Recommendations, Biographies, Acknowledgements
Want more information about the recent delegation?
Visit the Nobel Women’s Initiative Media Room to view media releases and press coverage from our recent delegation to the Thai-Burma border, South Sudan and the Chad-Darfur region.
Click here to view photos and video and read blogs from the trip.
Nobel Women at the UN: Act Now on Darfur, Burma , 29 September 2008.
Peace Laureates Call for Immediate Cessation of Violence in Darfur , 8 August 2008.
Media Briefing in Addis Ababa, Seat of the African Union , 3 August 2008.
Nobel Women’s Initiative Hosts Media Briefing in Bangkok , 24 July 2008.