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Arson, exclusion and exodus: what next for the Rohingya and Myanmar?

Myanmar has made global headlines in recent weeks due to the flight of almost half a million Rohingya to Bangladesh and other neighbouring countries.

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Myanmar Brownbag
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2017 Myanmar Update - Religion Roundtable

2017 Myanmar Update - Religion Roundtable

Panel Chair: Melissa Crouch, University of New South Wales
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2017 Myanmar Update - Peace & Nation Building

2017 Myanmar Update - Peace & Nation Building

Date: 18/2/2017

Panel Chair: Edward Aspinall, Australian National University

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State Society Relations: Welfare and Legitimacy in Transition

2017 Myanmar Update - State Society Relations: Welfare and Legitimacy in Transition

Date: 17/2/2017

Panel Chair: Morten Pedersen, University of New South Wales

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2017 Myanmar Update - Economic Upheaval: Reform, Resources, Mega-Projects and Inequality

2017 Myanmar Update - Economic Upheaval: Reform, Resources, Mega-Projects and Inequality

Date: 17/2/2017

Panel Chair: Stephanie Fahey, Ernst & Young

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2017 Myanmar Update - Economic Update

Date: 17/2/2017

-Sean Turnell, Associate Professor, Macquarie University

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2017 Myanmar Update - Keynote Address Prof Dr Aung Tun Thet

2017 Myanmar Update welcome and keynote:

Date: 17/2/2017

-Welcome Prof Michael Wesley, Dean, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific;

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