The ANU Myanmar Research Centre is hosting an online seminar to discuss COVID 19's Economic Impact on Myanmar Tourism and SMEs. The seminar will feature guest speaker, Richard Dagun.
The Annual Peace and Security Review by the Myanmar Institute for Peace and Security (MIPS) provides a comprehensive overview of these major peace and conflict trends that defined Myanmar’s peace process and security landscape in 2019.
Hosted by the Department of Political and Social Change and the ANU Myanmar Research Centre, this seminar will explore the implications for freedom of expression in Myanmar.
Presented by University of Yangon, The Australian National University Myanmar Research Centre and Yunnan University Institute of Myanmar Studies, 'Managing Challenges During Myanmar’s Transition’ explores the impact of the period of transition on Myanmar society.
For a few fleeting years in the early 2010s, Burma seemed set on a path to democracy, peace and prosperity. In many in the West, the story began with the 1988 uprising and the emergence of Aung San Suu Kyi, first as a courageous fighter against a a vile military junta, then as a global icon for universal values and human rights.