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Friday, February 11, 2011
NOM Update: Announcing the addition of two prominent speakers
Latest Updates: Announcing Two Prominent Speakers Spring 2011 National Organizing Meeting April 2 - 3, 2011
Spring 2011 National Organizing Meeting
The US Campaign for Burma is excited to announce that Dr. Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, the former UN Special Rapporeur on Human Rights in Burma and Myo Myint, a former Burmese-soldier-turned-democracy-activist are confirmed to speak at our National Organizing Meeting in April.
Join us for an in-depth report on the current political situation in Burma, take part in lively policy discussions, and learn key organizing and advocacy skills.
Click here for the updated schedule, which includes workshops and training on grassroots outreach, awareness raising, and advocacy strategy with knowledgeable Burma policy experts.
After her release, Aung San Suu Kyi called on Burma supporters from around the globe to form a "network of democracy" activists to ignite Burma's march towards freedom. This meeting is an opportunity for you to heed her call to action.
Take this time to sign up for the National Organizing Meeting and register online early to save $10.
We look forward to seeing you at the National Organizing Meeting in April. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.
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