mayzine vol 11


The Mayzine is a webzine of May 18 Memorial Foundation covering the updates of its international activities along with the updates of human rights, democracy, and peace.
The Foundation’s local and national activities, as well as comprehensive articles on the human rights situation in Asia and overseas, are frequently featured in the Mayzine.

This month, the International Affairs Department released Volume 11 of Mayzine. This issue includes a feature about Judge Motahar Hossain, who fled Bangladesh after he faced threats and intimidation under Sheikh Hasina’s regime in Bangladesh. Likewise, four alumni of the Global NGO Masters Program and May 18 Academy shared their perspectives regarding the human rights situation in their countries.

Likewise, this Mayzine included highlights of the May 18 Memorial Foundation International Conference, a working visit to the United States by several staff members of the Foundation, and the recently-concluded Asian Human Rights Charter (AHRC) Workshop held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

So far, we published 11 volumes of Mayzine (volume 3 is currently unavailable). Here are the links to the issues:

Volume 11:

Volume 10:

Volume 9:

Volume 8:

Volume 7:

Volume 6:

Volume 5:

Volume 4:

Volume 2:

Volume 1:

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About May 18 Memorial Foundation

The May 18 Memorial Foundation (also written as 5·18 Memorial Foundation) is a non-profit organization established in 1994 to commemorate the 1980 Gwangju Uprising by continuing the Uprising’s spirit of struggle and extending solidarity with the struggles of democracy and human rights throughout the world. The Foundation carries out numerous projects in various fields, including organizing memorial events, establishing scholarships, fostering researches, publishing materials, dispensing funds, building international solidarity, and awarding the Gwangju Prize for Human Rights.

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