Two Canadian organizations will support emerging researchers from ethnic Myanmar communities to strengthen their capacity for research and advocacy using digital tools safely and focusing on issues such as misinformation, online gender-based violence and ethnicity and alliance-building initiatives. The SecDev Foundation will commission and call for small research projects and the Centre for Law and Democracy will offer expertise on issues such as freedom of expression and digital rights standards under international human rights law.
Call for small research proposals – Myanmar’s current issues in the “digital space”
The Knowledge for Democracy Myanmar (K4DM) program invites researchers in Myanmar and the diaspora to submit proposals for research projects on issues of importance to the many social, political and economic challenges facing Myanmar and its citizens. We are particularly interested in research making use of digital tools (online surveys, online focus groups, etc) as well as research at the intersection of digital technology and current policy affairs (see more on topics below).Read More
Myanmar: Note on the 2021 Amendment to the Counter-Terrorism Law
26 January 2023 -- for immediate release Myanmar: Note on the 2021 Amendment to the Counter-Terrorism Law The Centre for Law and...Read More
Initiative nurtures new generation of actors for an inclusive Myanmar
IDRC Initiative nurtures new generation of actors for an inclusive MyanmarNovember 23, 2022 Article from IDRC webpage (version française) Four...Read More