Benedict Mette-Starke analyses Myanmar digital communication considerations in Part 1 of a 2-part post on digital conduct concerning Myanmar.
Six students from the University of Yangon analyze key themes in the military-controlled and state-owned media since the February 1st coup.
Matt Venker, Nicole, and Ma Ei Ei consider the role that foreign researchers can play in the critical time after the coup.
Shona Loong reflects on grief, heartbreak, and hope among Karen communities after the February 2021 coup.
Khine Yin Htun explores how social distancing highlights Yangon’s current inadequate housing conditions.
Thu Htet explores the political economy of ride hailing platforms in the taxi industry.
Zue Wadi Htun explores the challenges faced by university teachers and some possible solutions.
Wayland Blue explores the potential of community-based financial services for poverty alleviation.
SecDev Foundation calls for research proposals on Internet and society.
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.