Tin Maung lives in hiding in Thailand. He fled forced conscription into the Burmese army, whose well-documented abuses against civilians include rape, torture and summary execution. It took him a week to get here, climbing through the mountains with his wife, his mother and his 2-year-old son. Many families like Tin Maung's never make it - they are caught and shot or die of malaria while making the journey. But Tin Maung felt he had no choice. "I couldn't join the army," he says....
Copyright Rob Few