Podcast: Displaced and insecure near the Thai border

The peace process promised to negotiate a more secure future for people displaced by fighting near the Mon and Kayin state borders with Thailand, but their experiences suggest a lack of progress. We hear their stories and their hopes for peace.

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By Wonsa Mon

By Wonsa Mon

Wonsa Mon has been working at Mon News Agency since November 2014. She is also a television editor at the Democratic Voice of Burma's Mon language programme.
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