7 Minutes To Read Han Alter (pseudonym) explores how to define civilians in the Spring Revolution.
8 Minutes To Read Yu Yu Htay discusses food weaponization and how the state of food production in post-coup Myanmar is leading to domestic hunger and undermining the regional food basket.
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.
6 Minutes To Read Lu Nge Khit describes the events of a youth protest in May 2022, in Yangon.
4 Minutes To Read Su (pseudonym) speaks about the challenges and opportunities for feminists and young women in Myanmar since the coup.
12 Minutes To Read David Brenner reflects on rebel governance in Myanmar and how it challenges Conflict Studies paradigms.
7 Minutes To Read KSN (pseudonym) writes about a moment in which they find themselves. This post was originally published on January 12, 2022. Read the Burmese version here. I have not been back home even Read the full article…
When even dreaming is impossible: how COVID-19 hit Myanmar women working in Thailand’s agricultural sector￼
6 Minutes To Read Sofie Mortensen and Saw Aung Htun Lin reflect on the gendered impacts of COVID-19 on Myanmar women in Phop Phra, Thailand.