This month, as we commemorate 1 year of the Myanmar coup, we continue our activities to better understand the current situation, voice our concerns for the atrocities being committed and celebrate people’s resilience.
A Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, in a Ted Talk forum shared about risks from a “single perspective” in some stories. Either a single perspective about a person, group of people, places, events, and others.
3rd Call for Proposals – Small Grants Program “Staying Resilient Amid the Pandemic in Southeast Asia”
The pandemic situation in Southeast Asia has been difficult, with sharp increases in infection cases and deaths in the first half of last year and only starting to decline last September. Untimely decisions and vaccination delays have compounded the spread of the Delta variant, with the pandemic and related containment measures resulting in disproportionate impacts…
Beberapa dinas pendidikan di berbagai distrik di Amerika mengkaji ulang dan melarang sejumlah buku dari perpustakaan sekolah, terutama buku tentang LGBTQ dan kelompok minoritas
BANGKOK — See the atrocious deeds of the (Burmese) military regime on display and how people of Myanmar struggle in an attempt to overthrow the illegitimate usurpers over the past year. The exhibition “Defiant Art: A Year of Resistance to The Myanmar Coup in Images,” running now until Feb. 13, 2022 at the 4th floor of…
This publication aims at giving an overview of the history and development of political art in Myanmar with a focus on the most important artists and their art works.
As the anniversary of the Myanmar coup on 1 February 2022 approaches, this month activities are devoted to highlight the dramatic situation in the country.
As the end of the year approaches, it is our hope that in the spirit of solidarity and festivity, you consider supporting disadvantaged communities in Southeast Asia by making a donation to our dedicated SEA Junction’s Small Grants Program “Staying Resilient Amid the Pandemic in Southeast Asia”.
In June, the cabinet finally approved a draft of a landmark piece of legislation, the Prevention and Suppression of Torture and Enforced Disappearance Act.
Call for Donations to SEA Junction’s Small Grants Program “Staying Resilient Amid the Pandemic in Southeast Asia”
The second year of the pandemic draws to a close with the fear for the new Omicron variant taking center stage. It has been a difficult year for Southeast Asia with sharp increases in infection cases and deaths in the first half of the year only starting to decline last September. Untimely decisions and delays…