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Researching Myanmar under the Junta

Call for papers

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS A workshop for research students and early career researchers Thursday 9 and Friday 10 December 2021, 1-5pm AEDT (UTC+11) both days.

Myanmar junta

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Authoritarian state accountability via private sector strategiies

Felicity Gerry QC, Keren Adams, Merryl Lawry-White, Marco Simons, Dr Jonathan Liljeblad

Join our speakers as they explore the alternative of non-state action as a potential option and present an overview of strategies against authoritarian states available to private parties in civil society and business. They will also discuss the creative approaches by private sector actors interested in supporting the struggle of pro-democracy voices...


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Latest news

ANU Burmese 2 and Burmese 4 Courses for Semester 2

Tuesday 15 June 2021

ANU will offer Burmese 2 and Burmese 4 for Semester 2, 2021. Burmese language courses are available for non-ANU students through Open Universities Australia.

ANU Myanmar Research Centre Statement

Thursday 11 March 2021

Statement of the ANU Myanmar Research Centre on killings of demonstrators in Myanmar

How Myanmar’s coup will impact higher education

Tuesday 23 February 2021

Recent reforms have allowed universities in Myanmar to engage with foreign scholars, improve teaching, and build autonomy, but the recent coup puts all this momentum at risk, Charlotte Galloway writes

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