Upcoming event: The Politics of Information in Myanmar

Myanmar (Burma) has spent decades under authoritarian rule. It was isolated politically and economically from the rest of the world and home to one of the world’s longest civil wars. In the last few years, Myanmar has begun a transformation from authoritarian to democratic rule, from economic isolation and underdevelopment to an integrated market economy, and from war

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to peace. Come hear Myanmar expert and Jackson School of International Studies Professor Mary Callahan speak about her experiences living, researching, and working in Myanmar as this process has unfolded. She will also discuss a new USAID/Microsoft-supported information literacy project, housed in the Jackson School and initiated in collaboration with Burmese civil society groups and the Information School’s Technology & Social Change Group (more details on the project coming soon!).

Event details:

The Politics of Information in Myanmar
Who: Professor Mary Callahan
When: Tuesday, March 18th, 4:30-6pm
Where: University of Washington, Thompson 317
For more information, email: adapt2it@uw.edu

Event video:

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