9 Minutes To Read Rosalie Metro discusses how Myanmar government textbooks can be used in innovative ways.
15 Minutes To Read Zin Wai Yan argues that the Burman majority should educate themselves for the good of all oppressed.
3 Minutes To Read In Part 1 of a 2-part series by Real Stories Not Tales (RSNT), Mai Lay speaks about his experience in Kachin state.
11 Minutes To Read Francesca Chiu discusses how the post-coup struggles faced by Myanmar’s youth affect social cohesion.
10 Minutes To Read Moon (pseudonym) explores how university teachers factor into the revolution against military dictatorship.
7 Minutes To Read Nitha Bor Siangpum explores the sustainability of non-profit higher education in Chin State.
4 Minutes To Read In Part 3 of a 3-part series by Real Stories Not Tales (RSNT), Khin Thandar (pseudonym) tells her story post-coup that highlights a different reality and involvement than the rest of the Read the full article…
5 Minutes To Read Mi Chan (pseudonym) argues that Yale should assess its links to the Myanmar military.
8 Minutes To Read Aye Thiri Kyaw and Minn Tent Bo argue for breaking the cycle of intimate partner violence in Myanmar.
12 Minutes To Read Zue Wadi Htun explores the challenges faced by university teachers and some possible solutions.