2017 Myanmar Update

Photo courtesy of the ANU Myanmar Research Centre

Event details

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Date & time

Friday 17 February 2017
9.00am–5.30pm

Venue

Hedley Bull Building #130

Speaker

Multiple Speakers

Contacts

Chit Wan
DATES: Friday - Saturday, 17th-18th February, 2017

The formation of a new government in Myanmar, led by the National League for Democracy, is a crucially important milestone in the country’s political transformation. This profound change is being matched by similarly far-reaching shifts in Myanmar’s economic, social and cultural landscape.

The 2017 Myanmar Update will address these multiple transformations, offering perspectives of people working on the ground and those studying the country abroad. It presents an opportunity for scholars and practitioners to draw on their research and work in studying and addressing both what is changing and remaining constant in Myanmar’s transition and how these dynamics are likely to influence the trajectory of reform over the coming years.

The conference will be hosted by the ANU Myanmar Research Centre, supported by the Department of Political and Social Change, in the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs and the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

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