- Thursday, 01. September 2022 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Save in my calendar
Myanmar between exile and resistance
Survival strategies and forms of protest under the military dictatorship
Since the military coup in Myanmar on February 1st 2021 the junta has violently suppressed civil and armed resistance and is steering their own country towards a humanitarian disaster.
Tens of thousands have fled the country, others have stayed and are still peacefully resisting the military regime by using creative means of protest. At the same time, people in exile are struggling to keep connected and organize international solidarity.
How is resistance organized in exile and maintains connections to Myanmar? What is the relationship between armed and civil resistance, and how is protest expressed in the digital sphere? What role do gendered and ethnic markers play in this regard? Panel discussion is in English.
- Tharaphi Than, Associate Professor, Northern Illinois University
- Daniel Wood, Media Anthropologist, Berlin
- Sophia Htwe, Activist, Prague
- James Francis Cerretani, Photo Artist and Anthropologist, London
Moderator: Sven Hansen, taz-editor Asia-desk and host Han Sen's Asiatalk
taz-Kantine, Friedrichstraße 21, 10969 Berlin
A cooperation with the taz, Han Sens Asientalk and the Myanmar Institut.
Ruth Streicher, Asia Officer
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