3 Minutes To Read Aung Kaung Myat considers the moral and analytical layers in addressing the military institution as “Tatmadaw” or “sit-tat.”
13 Minutes To Read Aye Lei Tun reveals the institutionalization of patriarchal practices through the NRC application process.
9 Minutes To Read Rosalie Metro discusses how Myanmar government textbooks can be used in innovative ways.
9 Minutes To Read Charlie Artingstoll looks at the challenges facing migrant workers hoping to send remittances to Myanmar.
11 Minutes To Read Christopher J. Walker notes some of the events during the closing days of a year under the repressive thumb of the Myanmar military.
16 Minutes To Read Christopher J. Walker describes the bewildering conclusion of an alarming confrontation with Myanmar soldiers and police at his apartment door.
22 Minutes To Read Corporate Accountability Myanmar (CAM) inquires how global brands respond to labour rights abuses in post-coup Myanmar.
14 Minutes To Read Christopher J. Walker describes the sudden, ominous arrival of Myanmar soldiers and police at his apartment door.
6 Minutes To Read Lu Nge Khit describes the events of a youth protest in May 2022, in Yangon.
8 Minutes To Read Christopher J. Walker notes the terror and the uncertainty, the bravery and the heroism, that coëxist under the oppressive military rule in Myanmar.