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  1. Myanmar’s human rights crisis justifies foregoing neutrality for a solidarity-based approach to humanitarianism

    Read Myanmar Research Network member Dr Anne Décobert’s article in Melbourne Asia Review on how the human rights crisis in Myanmar justifies a solidarity-based approach to …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2021/08/11/myanmars-human-rights-crisis-justifies-foregoing-neutrality-for-a-solidarity-based-approach-to-humanitarianism

  2. Student Unions including Myanmar Students’ Association Australia Urge Stronger Actions

    Myanmar Students’ Association Australia, together with 178 Student Unions from all across Myanmar and in the diaspora, undersigned and released this statement to call for immediate …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2021/07/31/student-unions-including-myanmar-students-association-australia-urge-stronger-actions

  3. Submission to DfAT Foreign Affairs and Aid Sub-committee Public Hearing on Myanmar, 13 April

    Submission by Myanmar Research Network Steering Committee members to the DfAT Foreign Affairs and Aid Sub-committee Public Hearing on Myanmar, held on 13 April UoMMRN submission_Parliamentary …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2021/05/07/submission-to-dfat-foreign-affairs-and-aid-sub-committee-public-hearing-on-myanmar-13-april

  4. Is the military coup in Myanmar the death knell of democracy and federalism?

    Read Myanmar Research Network members Dr Michael Breen and Dr Anne Décobert’s article in the Melbourne Asia Review on political and systemic dynamics behind the military …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2021/04/12/is-the-military-coup-in-myanmar-the-death-knell-of-democracy-and-federalism

  5. Myanmar’s coup might discourage international aid, but donors should adapt, not leave

    Read Myanmar Research Network member Dr Anne Décobert’s article in The Conversation on how donors should adapt by working with civil society and community-based organisations in …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2021/04/09/myanmars-coup-might-discourage-international-aid-but-donors-should-adapt-not-leave

  6. Myanmar – yesterday, today and a new tomorrow

    Read Myanmar Research Network member and former Australian Ambassador to Myanmar Chris Lamb’s article in Asialink Insights how the lessons of history and changes in Myanmar …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2021/04/09/myanmar-yesterday-today-and-a-new-tomorrow

  7. Statement from the Myanmar Research Network on the 2021 Military Coup

    On 1 February 2021, Myanmar’s military seized control of the country, arrested democratically elected leaders, and declared a year-long state of emergency. The coup presents a …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2021/02/11/statement-from-the-myanmar-research-network-on-the-2021-military-coup

  8. Impacts of Covid-19 on Students From Myanmar Studying In Australia – University of Melbourne

    September 2020 DOCUMENT PDF: Impacts of Covid-19 on students from Myanmar studying in Australia – University of Melbourne   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The COVID-19 pandemic and associated …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2020/10/28/impacts-of-covid-19-on-students-from-myanmar-studying-in-australia-university-of-melbourne

  9. Impacts of Covid-19 on Students From Myanmar Studying In Australia – All Universities

    September 2020 DOCUMENTS PDF: Impacts of Covid-19 on students from Myanmar studying in Australia – All Universities   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2020/10/23/impacts-of-covid-19-on-students-from-myanmar-studying-in-australia-all-universities