For head of Myanmar Mechanism, time is of the essence for accountability

For head of Myanmar Mechanism, time is of the essence for accountability

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For more than two years, a UN-appointed team of 59 people has been collecting and analyzing more than two million pieces of evidence about possible human rights violations in Myanmar.
The team of professionals are formally known as the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar, (IIMM) or Myanmar Mechanism, and was created in 2018 by the Human Rights Council.
In an extensive interview with UN News, the head of the Mechanism, Nicholas Koumjian, explains the importance of preserving this evidence before it is potentially lost.

Audio Credit
UN News
Audio Duration
10'17"
Photo Credit
UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré