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Acronym: 
TBC
Phone number: 
+66 (0) 2238 5027

Localização

12/5 Convent Road
10500 Bangrak , Bangkok
Tailândia
Bangkok TH
Working languages: 
birmanês
tailandês
inglês

The Border Consortium (TBC), a non-profit, non-governmental organisation, is an alliance of partners working together with displaced and conflict-affected people of Burma/Myanmar to address humanitarian needs and to support community-driven solutions in pursuit of peace and development.


TBC is the main provider of food, shelter and other forms of support to approximately 92,000 refugees from Burma/Myanmar living in nine camps in western Thailand. It also supports recovery and community-driven development in conflict-affected areas in southeast Burma/Myanmar.


The Border Consortium is a Company Limited by Guarantee in England and Wales. Company number 05255598. Registered Office 35 Lower Marsh, London SE1 7RL. Charity Commission registered number 1109476.


Today (May 2018) the consortium’s members consist of nine international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) from ten countries. They are:


  • Act for Peace, The National Council for Churches (NCCA), Australia 
  • Christian Aid, UK and Ireland 
  • Church World Service, USA
  • DanChurchAid, Denmark
  • Diakonia, Sweden
  • Interchurch Organisation for Development Cooperation (ICCO), The Netherlands 
  • Inter Pares, Canada
  • International Rescue Committee, USA
  • Norwegian Church Aid, Norway

The Border Consortium Resources

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Library Resource
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Setembro, 2005
Myanmar

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
"The Thailand Burma Border Consortium (TBBC) first collaborated with communitybased
organizations to document the scale and distribution of internal displacement
in Eastern Burma during 2002. Two years later, another survey was coordinated to
enhance understanding about the vulnerability of internally displaced persons. These
assessments sought to increase awareness about the situation in conflict-affected
areas which remain largely inaccessible to the international community.

Library Resource
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Setembro, 2004
Myanmar

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
"In September 2002 the Thailand Burma Border Consortium (TBBC), formerly the
Burmese Border Consortium, compiled a report “Internally Displaced People and
Relocation Sites in Eastern Burma”. The report was written because although the
Royal Thai Government was reluctant to accept more refugees and believed repatriation
should occur as soon as conditions were judged suitable, new refugees were still
arriving in Thailand. Since most of the new arrivals reported that they had formerly

Library Resource
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Setembro, 2003
Myanmar

TABLE OF CONTENTS:-
1. Food Security from a Rights-based Perspective;
2. Local Observations from the States and Divisions
of Eastern Burma:-
2.1 Tenasserim Division
(Committee for Internally Displaced Karen Persons);
2.2 Mon State (Mon Relief and Development Committee);
2.3 Karen State (Karen Human Rights Group)
2.4 Eastern Pegu Division (Karen Office of Relief and Development);
2.5 Karenni State (Karenni Social Welfare Committee);
2.6 Shan State (Shan Human Rights Foundation)...

Library Resource
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Agosto, 2002
Myanmar

Perhaps one million people living in the States and Divisions of Burma adjacent to the Thailand border have been displaced since 1996. At least 150,000 have fled as refugees or joined the huge “illegal” migrant population in Thailand.[2] Countless others have moved away to other villages and towns in Burma.

Library Resource
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Myanmar

For IDP material (from 2002), scroll down to IDPs and choose a year....very useful and well-researched and written reports.

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