Two webinars on Myanmar - read more and register

2020-06-11

The European Association for Development and Training Institutes (EADI) is hosting two webinars on Myanmar based on a recent special issue in the European Journal of Development Research of which Elin Bjarnegård, at the Department of Government, is the Editor. The webpage of the special issue including abstracts is found here: https://link.springer.com/journal/41287/32/2

Gender and Development in Myanmar 

Gender and Development in Myanmar will feature presentations from Mala Htun and Elisabeth Olivius. It takes place on June 17 at 4 pm CET. Please, read more and register via this link: https://www.eadi.org/news-archive/2020.06/new-eadi-webinar-gender-and-development-in-myanmar-17-june-4pm-cet/

Land Conflict in Myanmar 

Land Conflict in Myanmar will feature Stefan Bächtold  and Lara Lundsgaard-Hansen. It takes place on June 22 at  12.00 CET. To read more and to register, follow this link: https://www.eadi.org/news-archive/2020.06/new-eadi-webinar-land-conflict-in-myanmar-22-june-1200-cet/

The webinars are based on these articles:

Schneider et al.: Sustainable Development Under Competing Claims on Land: Three Pathways Between Land-Use Changes, Ecosystem Services and Human Well-Being
Free download (published open access)

Bächtold et al.: Assembling Drones, Activists and Oil Palms: Implications of a Multi-stakeholder Land Platform for State Formation in Myanmar
Online version (limited views)

Hedström & Olivius: Insecurity, Dispossession, Depletion: Women’s Experiences of Post-War Development in Myanmar
Free download (published open access)

Htun & Jensenius: Political Change, Women’s Rights, and Public Opinion on Gender Equality in Myanmar
Temporary read-only access (May-June 2020)