This summer TASCHA, along with the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, is pleased to be hosting 25 of Myanmar’s leaders from government, civil society, political parties, ethnic communities, libraries, and the media. The fellows are taking part in a 5-week professional development program about information strategies for societies in transition.
Please join us for a panel discussion and reception with the fellows of the UW-Myanmar Leadership Program to learn about Myanmar on Thursday, August 21st, 5-8pm, at the UW Club.
We are pleased to offer light hor d’oeuvres and drinks. Update Myanmar is co-hosted by the UW’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and Information School’s Technology & Social Change Group. The program begins at 5:30pm and will include brief remarks by the fellows about Myanmar’s political and democratic transitions, peace building process, economic landscape, and rapidly changing information and communication landscape. A brief question and answer session will follow. At 6:00pm, guests and fellows can mingle and get to know each other better.
- What: Panel discussion and reception with Myanmar leaders
- When: Thursday, August 21st, 5-8pm
- Where: University of Washington, UW Club (4020 NE Stevens Way, Seattle, WA 98195)
- RSVP here
To learn more about the UW Fellows and the program, please visit the program website.