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The Freedom Collection Spotlights Burma's Dr. Cynthia Maung
Tomorrow in Washington, Dr. Cynthia Maung, an inaugural member of the Freedom Collection, will receive the National Endowment for Democracy’s 2012 Democracy Award. This honor recognizes the sacrifice of Burma's freedom advocates in advancing the cause of liberty so that others may be inspired to join their noble cause. Hear the story of Dr. Cynthia’s tireless struggle to provide medical treatment to poor refugees from Burma, as her devotion to healthcare and democracy drove her into the Burmese jungle to escape the junta’s repression and eventually to the Thai-Burma border where she now provides medical care for those in desperation:Dr. Cynthia will receive the award along with fellow Burmese dissidents Min Ko Naing, Hkun Htun Oo, Kyaw Thu, and Aung Din. As part of her historic visit to the United States, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi will be in attendance to pay tribute to these brave activists. This post was written by Christopher Walsh, Program Coordinator of the Freedom Collection.
Chinese Prisoner’s Death Holds a Message for Americans and China
Liu Xiaobo, China’s most prominent dissident and Nobel Peace Prize winner died this week. His death holds a message for Americans and for China.
Release of Chinese Political Prisoner a Timely Reminder to Support Freedom Advocates Abroad
More than half the world’s population still lives in countries where basic political rights and civil liberties are only partly respected, if at all.
Bringing Freedom to the Forefront of 21st Century Politics
Global challenges like authoritarian capitalism, violent extremism, demographic pressures, and displaced populations have placed global freedom in decline.