A newly formed group aims to gather information about rampant sexual harassment in order to get the government to take the problem more seriously.
DVB Debate’s first all-female panel dissect the elements in Burmese law and society which contribute to the problem of sexual violence and gender discrimination.
THE DAILY BRIEFING Tuesday, September 15, 2021 In face of mounting rumours that junta authorities are about to stymie Telenor’s sale to Lebanon’s M1 Group, Norwegian CEO, Sigve Brekke, has reiterated that the company will not go back on its plans to exit Burma. Telenor today released a statement saying its “continued presence” was “not …
The minimum wage will rise from 3600 kyats ($2.70) to 4,800 kyats per day, but for some workers, fears have been raised it may come at the cost of other existing benefits.
On International Women’s Day, DVB looks at some of the young leaders challenging gender stereotypes and leading Burma’s feminism movement, from lawmakers calling for more protection against gender-based violence. . .
More than 600 workers are on strike, demanding the removal of a South Korean supervisor they accuse of abuse and sexual harassment.