Min Ko Naing

Paw Oo Tun (Burmese: ပေါ်ဦးထွန်း ; better known by his alias Min Ko Naing, (မင်းကိုနိုင်, lit. "conqueror of kings") is the President of Universities Student Union of Burma (Myanmar) and a leading democracy activist and dissident. He has spent most of the years since 1988 imprisoned by the state for his opposition activities. The New York Times has described him as Burma's "most influential opposition figure after Daw Aung San Suu Kyi".

Read more about Min Ko Naing:  Early Life/student Years, 8888 Uprising and The All Burma Federation of Student Unions, 15 Years Political Imprisonment Until 2004, Second Imprisonment, Campaigns, Political Imprisonment in 2007, International Recognition

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Min Ko Naing - International Recognition
... Min Ko Naing has won numerous international awards for his activism ... These include the 2009 Gwangju Prize for Human Rights the 2005 Civil Courage Prize, which he shared with Anna Politkovskaya and Munir Said Thalib the 2000 Homo Homini Award of People In Need the 2001 Student Peace Prize and the 1999 John Humphrey Freedom Award, which he shared with Cynthia Maung of the Mae Tao Clinic ...
Mya Aye - The 88 Generation Students' Group Involvement
... Min Ko Naing, Ko Ko Gyi, Mya Aye, Pyone Cho, Jimmy and Yin Htun were among those from the 88 Generation Student group arrested ... The 14 members are Paw U Tun (also known as Min Ko Naing), Ko Ko Gyi, Pyone Cho (also known as Htay Win Aung), Min Zeyar, Mya Aye, Jimmy (Kyaw Min Yu), Zeya, Ant Bwe Kyaw, Kyaw Kyaw Htwe (Marki), Panneik Tun, Zaw ... Along Min Ko Naing, Nilar Thein, and many other 88 Generation activists, Mya Aye was released on 13 January 2012 as part of a mass presidential pardon for political prisoners ...
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