Mines Against Humanity

The Mines Against Humanity report unearths the Australian companies, executives and investors in Myanmar's mining sector under the illegal military junta. The report features 10 company networks that have remained active in Myanmar following the coup attempt amid Australia's failure to sanction junta-controlled mining enterprises.

Chinese mining company enriching Myanmar junta via British Overseas Territories

A Chinese mining company incorporated in a British tax haven is expanding its business and organising the export of metal ore from Myanmar since the military launched an illegal coup attempt in 2021.

Press Releases

JFM welcomes new sanctions on the illegal Myanmar junta and businesses on third anniversary of failed coup attempt

Justice For Myanmar welcomes the latest sanctions on the illegal Myanmar junta and its business associates, three years after the military launched a coup attempt that has failed because of the courageous mass resistance of Myanmar people.

New report unearths Australian owned and led companies in Myanmar's mining sector under the illegal military junta

A new Justice For Myanmar report, Mines Against Humanity, reveals the Australian owned and led companies that are engaged in extraction, exploration and services that provide the junta with revenue, or support the maintenance of a sector that bankrolls junta atrocities.

US Expands on Myanmar Business Advisory

The US has expanded its Myanmar business advisory with additional sectors and activities identified as high-risk, as third attempted coup anniversary nears.

Alleged violation of UK sanctions by Australian-linked mining company in Myanmar

REDRESS, JFM and ACIJ have submitted a dossier of evidence to the Governor of the British Virgin Islands and the UK’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation, requesting that they open investigations into the formerly British Virgin Islands-incorporated entity Cornerstone Resources (Myanmar) Limited alleged violations of UK sanctions.