Sunday, April 3, 2016

Will you join us for a Burma Tour of London?

Dear friend

Will you join our walk for freedom in Burma?
On 11th June, come and join staff and volunteers from Burma Campaign UK for a sponsored Burma Tour of London.
Take part in our sponsored walk to raise funds for Burma and get a guided tour - hear the secrets behind the Burmese places of interest in London.
Starting at 11.30am, our tour will visit key sites in the history and culture of Burma in London and finish with a meal at Mandalay, the most famous Burmese restaurant in London.
Walk the whole 15 mile route or join us at points along the tour for a shorter walk. Get your friends and family to sponsor you - whether you walk 5 or 15 miles, every step will raise funds to help stop human rights abuses in Burma! Any amount you raise, small or large, will help.
Register to take part here and we will send you full details.
Burma tour of London
The new National League for Democracy-led government brings hope for change but they are forced to share power with the military.  The military have kept much of their power and blocked all attempts to make the constitution more democratic. They continue to commit terrible human rights abuses.
We need your help - to free the political prisoners still behind bars, to campaign for justice for the women raped by the Burmese military, to support the people in Burma who so desperately want real democracy.
On 11th June, you can take a small step to help make that happen. Register to take part here.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please email me at

Thanks and hope to see you there!
Doug Janke
Head of Fundraising
PS. If you can't make the walk or are based outside the UK, please make a donation here.
Our mailing address is:
Burma Campaign UK
28 Charles Square
London, N1 6HT
United Kingdom

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