More than 100 displaced Myanmar scholars, policymakers, think tanks researchers, Rohingya leaders and civil society members will access in-depth training, internship programs and research support to share, learn and develop capacities for effective participation in future peace processes. Led by the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies at Mahidol University, Thailand, and Ottawa Dialogue at the University of Ottawa and the Parliamentary Centre, in Canada, the support will focus on track-two or backchannel diplomacy, human rights and parliamentary democracy.
University of Ottawa – Ottawa Dialogue
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