This paper examines the characteristics of charitable giving — including monetary, in-kind and in terms of voluntary time devoted to others — in Thailand today.
The crisis in Myanmar is getting worse, and the international community, and all of us, need to do our part to rally support for the people of Burma, and against the military junta that is so cruelly repressing them.
Visual documentaries, both film and photography, are a powerful storytelling medium that can spark debate, raise awareness, and even result in social change.
As history seems to repeat itself, the paintings of Myint Swe (1956-2019).are still relevant to the situation in Myanmar today. The catalogue: Burma: The Quiet Violence was written by the late art historian Shireen Naziree for his exhibition at Thavibu Gallery in 2014.
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.
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.
In June, the cabinet finally approved a draft of a landmark piece of legislation, the Prevention and Suppression of Torture and Enforced Disappearance Act.
Labour protections were insufficient before the coup. Now the junta is rolling them back
Restoration of health and wellbeing requires a strong condemnation of the junta for the appalling violations of basic human dignity that they have committed and continue to perpetrate, of which the weaponization of health is only one tragic and inexcusable example.
Having lived in Cambodia for the past 13 years, enamored with the country’s history and its people, I wanted to look at the history of relations between Cambodia and the Philippines, exploring the “ties that bind”, and discovering little bits of trivia here and there.