Millions of Burmese workers in Thailand are routinely underpaid, overworked and predated upon by a coercive police force.
This is a recording of a webinar held by the Australian National University’s College of Asia and the Pacific and the Myanmar Research Centre on November 19, 2020.
Anthropology! What is it good for?
Elections expert Su Mon Thant and Ben Dunant, Managing Editor at Frontier Myanmar, converse on whether the upcoming 2020 elections represent a backwards step for the institutionalisation of democra
Come curious and hungry to this podcast and you won’t be disappointed!
Naga society is undergoing significant change as a consequence of ceasefires and the easing of conflict in north-east India.
How do Bama Buddhists conceptualise social relations, prestige and gender difference?
Many ethnic parties are running for seats in the 2020 elections, pushing for increased influence and rights. Will ethnic parties fare better in this election compared to 2015?
In the lead up to the elections this November, we cannot hope to understand the beliefs and actions of civilian political elites in Myanmar without grasping the underlying meanings that they attach
This is a syndicated episode from the Asia Research News Podcast discussing the Doing Research in Myanmar report on how social science research is produced, distributed and used in the country.
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