များ၏လူမှုဘဝပေါင်းစည်း နေထိုင်ရေးတွင် မည်သို့သက်ရောက်မှုရှိစေသည်ကို Francesca Chiu ကဆွေးနွေးထားပါသည်။
Zin Wai Yan argues that the Burman majority should educate themselves for the good of…
Francesca Chiu discusses how the post-coup struggles faced by Myanmar’s youth affect social cohesion.
Mi Chan (pseudonym) argues that Yale should assess its links to the Myanmar military.
Matt Venker, Nicole, and Ma Ei Ei consider the role that foreign researchers can play in the critical time after the coup.
Zue Wadi Htun explores the challenges faced by university teachers and some possible solutions.
SecDev Foundation calls for research proposals on Internet and society.
Jotika Khur-Yearn discusses the legacy of Professor Sai Aung Tun’s work on Tai Shan communities.
Day Wi and Zoe Matthews explore the post-election approaches needed for political leaders to honour the trust of their constituents, from the perspective of education.
Kyawt Thuzar and Zoe Matthews discuss the links between civic-oriented pedagogy in Myanmar classrooms and conflict transformation.