This podcast takes a look at Burmese proverbs and lived experiences that perpetuate discrimination, myths and exposes the challenges women face today in Burma.
Naw Aye Aye Hlaing of the Rangoon-based NGO Women Can Do It Myanmar discusses the need for changes in women’s roles in Burmese society.
After decades of conflict, women in former war zones along Burma’s borders continue to struggle with unequal treatment, a new report finds.
The incoming parliament is set to have double the women of the previous government – but will that result in adequate representation?
Women candidates say they have to endure slurs and malicious rumours, while some also fear for their safety as they campaign in their constituencies.
The male-dominated of Burmese politics is starting to change as more and more women are getting involved their country’s policies.