Ngwe Min Tar Yar shares his knowledge of intercommunal support in Myanmar for people grappling with COVID-19 and the coup.
Lili Kyawt (pseudonym) reflects on experiences of trauma shared by different generations.
Aye Thiri Kyaw and Minn Tent Bo argue for breaking the cycle of intimate partner violence in Myanmar.
Khine Yin Htun explores how social distancing highlights Yangon’s current inadequate housing conditions.
Seik Nyan and Ye Yint Khant Maung explore the difficulties of women workers and discuss how political parties should address it.
Pan Nu Zaw discusses the elusiveness of youth climate change activism and proposes steps to start a movement.
Yay Chann argues that water supply related problems urgently need to be addressed in Yangon.
Reshmi Banerjee ponders Indo-Myanmar relations during the COVID-19 crisis.
Thang Deih Tuang and Jeff Williamson highlight ongoing food insecurity in Chin state and a chance for reform during COVID-19.
Aung Lin Oo and Tomas Max Martin show how the pandemic reveals perennial problems of prison governance but also strengthens rationales for reform.