Listening to Voices: Perspectives from the Tatmadaw’s rank & file
Comprising interviews with soldiers conducted over a one-month period in 2014, this publication seeks to challenge the stigma that often surrounds discussion of the Myanmar army and aims to better understand soldiers within the structure.
Peace History: Making Peace in Their Own Words
By gathering reflections on a number of issues from different angles, this publication presents the nuanced, complex and sometimes even contradictory accounts of the same events through interviews with key individuals from different sides of the negotiation table that have played leading roles in the peace talks.
Listening to Voices:
This is Not Who We Are
Using listening methodology, the publication elevates community voices from areas that experienced violence to reveal a strong alternative narrative to the one commonly heard on the issue. Conversations were held in November 2014 with 220 community members in six locations across Myanmar.
Portraits of Diversity
A series of fascinating video portraits that feature individuals representing Myanmar’s different religious communities challenges existing narratives and highlights the kinds of inter-faith connections and engagement taking place naturally around the country.