Justice for Myanmar
working to dismantle the myanmar military cartel
Making way for a just, peaceful, and federal democratic Myanmar
We are a covert group of activists using research, data visualisation, and reporting to expose and dismantle the business networks that fuel brutality, corruption and mass-scale suffering.
Investing in Myanmar's military cartel
Crédit Agricole, La Banque Postale, the BPCE group, BNP Paribas, Société Générale and the Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites (FRR) have invested over US$6 billion in companies linked to the Myanmar military junta, according to research by BankTrack, Info Birmanie and Justice For Myanmar.
India’s BEL continues support for Myanmar junta with exports of over $5M in military end-use equipment in 6 months to April ‘23
Indian arms manufacturer BEL has continued selling military end-use material and technology to the illegal Myanmar military junta.
Austria’s Diamond Aircraft Industries likely to have breached EU arms embargo by selling surveillance planes to Myanmar military
Diamond Aircraft Industries has provided the Myanmar military with components & training to assemble surveillance aircraft.
Israel’s CAA Industries Ltd suspected to have aided and abetted the Myanmar military’s international crimes
CAA Industries Ltd sold equipment used to upgrade the Myanmar military’s small arms.
Japan railway projects risk aiding and abetting Myanmar junta atrocities
Japan ODA financed railway projects in Myanmar are proceeding with the illegal junta, an investigation has revealed.
Dirty Secrets #4: Myanmar junta energy minister’s family profiting from fossil fuel companies
Dr Ohnmar May Tin Hlaing, wife of junta energy minister Myo Myint Oo, is profiting from fossil fuel companies through her environmental consultancy firm in a clear conflict of interest.
Adani’s deepening complicity with the Myanmar junta
Three Adani Group companies pursued business with the Myanmar military junta and Myanmar Economic Corporation.
Heineken, Carlsberg and ThaiBev pay tens of millions of dollars in tax to Myanmar junta
Businesses owned by the family of deceased crony Thein Tun and their partners Heineken, Carlsberg and ThaiBev are paying huge sums in tax to the illegal junta.
European firms paid millions by illegal Myanmar junta for disastrous dam projects
Two European engineering firms earned millions advising the brutal Myanmar military junta on the construction of socially and environmentally destructive dam projects.
India supporting Myanmar junta atrocities through supply of gun barrels
Indian export records seen by Justice For Myanmar confirm that the Indian state-owned arms company Yantra India Ltd shipped multiple 122mm barrels to the Myanmar military on October 27, 2022.
Oil & Gas
The international oilfield services companies supporting the Myanmar junta’s oil and gas industry
Some of the world’s biggest oilfield services companies have been helping the flow of gas – and revenues vital to the junta – to continue.
Developing a Dictatorship
Developing a Dictatorship
Our new report, Developing a Dictatorship, details over 60 foreign governments, intergovernmental organisations, foreign financial institutions and other international organisations providing support for the military junta.
Israeli surveillance firm Cognyte’s business in Myanmar exposed
NASDAQ-listed Israeli surveillance-for-hire corporation Cognyte Software Limited won a tender for the provision of lawful interception equipment to Myanmar in 2020 for MPT, in possible breach of international and Israeli law.