Looking back into last year, the Shan Human Rights Foundation (SHRF) said in a statement dated 5 April 2013 that atrocities by Burmese troops in a new military operation against the Shan State Army North have caused over 1,000 villagers, from 16 villages in Tang-yan, to flee from their homes during the two-week time.
On March 17, 2014, a report by the Shan Human Rights Foundation was released expressing government's army shelling of villages, torture, looting that caused two thousand villagers to flee their homes near Chinese pipelines in Northern Shan State.
In July 2002, amidst the Burmese military offensive against Shan rebels in the northern border between Thailand and Burma, a report "Licence to Rape" (1) was presented by the Shan Women Action Network (SWAN) and the Shan Human Rights Foundation
They have teamed up with the Shan Human Rights Foundation
(SHRF) in an effort to verify rape accounts the SHRF has been noting over the past several years, among a flood of other human rights abuses.
The government of Myanmar looks forward to an independent third party review of the false reports by the Shan Women's Action Network and the Shan Human Rights Foundation
of systematic rape of Shan women by Myanmar troops,'' the release said.
A 1996 report from the Thailand-based Shan Human Rights Foundation
states that sexual attacks at Kaeng Kham village occurred at night after the men left for work.
A press release has been delivered on 14 July by the Shan Women's Action Network (SWAN) and the Shan Human Rights Foundation
(SHRF) condemning Burma Army of using rape as war weapon.
Thai media recent published reports of two Bangkok-based anti-Myanmar junta organizations -- the Shan Human Rights Foundation
and the Shan Women's Action Network -- alleging the Myanmar army systematically tortured and raped Shan women.