Kyaw Win is a human rights activist, born and brought up in Rangoon, Burma (Myanmar). In 2012 Kyaw Win founded the Burma Human Rights Network (BHRN) in London.Kyaw Win has spent several years raising awareness within the international community regarding religious intolerance and persecution of minorities in Myanmar. He is a well-reputed activist in UK. He has given several public talks and spoken at various conferences to raise awareness of the plight of the Rohingya and other Burmese Muslims including at United State Institute of Peace in 2019. He has given public talk at LSE University London, Oxford Union, UK Parliament and EU Parliament. He has also given interviews to various mainstream media outlets such as Al Jazeera, ABC News, Sky News, BBC World Service, and TRT World and participated in several debates on Burma politics and religious persecution in Burma. Kyaw Win is the author of several articles on these issues, including pieces features in The Asia Times, Huffington Post, EU Observer, The Diplomats and New Mandela, which examined the spread of religious persecution in Myanmar and its root causes.