Canadian Zen monk John D. Stevens speaks to DVB about a chance encounter in Burma 20 years ago that grew into a project to build schools around the country.
Tagged: education reform.
Students jailed after police violence in 2015 say the election of a military hardliner as Burma’s new vice president could spell a revision to the country’s political reforms.
Student activists gathered at Rangoon University on Tuesday, solemn in their remembrance for the victims of a 1962 army-led massacre at Rangoon University.
‘Where to from here for Burma’s education reform movement?’
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