Myanmar’s citizens are scheduled to go to the polls on November 8 for the third time since the army partially returned power to civilian government almost a decade ago. Join us as our panel of experts tackle important questions about the 2020 Myanmar election in a forum hosted by the ANU’s Myanmar Research Centre.
For language teachers, discussion of food is an important cultural aspect of language education. Introducing the representative food of a country or region gives students essential cultural knowledge, but is there a better way to teach that avoids leading both teachers and students into stereotyped cultural perceptions?
Facilitated by the Knowledge For Democracy - Myanmar (K4DM) Initiative, this webinar will feature representatives from the Open Myanmar Initiative , Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundatio, and the Centre for Development and Ethnic Studies who will discuss the research they are conducting on politics and elections in Myanmar.
In this webinar hosted by the Myanmar Research Centre, Professor Chaw Chaw Sein, University of Yangon, will discuss higher education reforms implemented by the current Myanmar government.
Coordinated by MRC affiliates, IIRR, IDRC and CIAT, this external online conference will present ongoing work of various organisations in the region that promote sustainable food systems. These programs include decision-support tools in transforming food systems, integrating nutrition in agriculture programs and engaging value chains.