Podcast
Image: Karen Stokkendal Poulsen and First Hand Films. Used with permission.
Face2Face | In a new film, director Karen Stokkendal Poulsen talks to David Peck about how power struggles unfold, using Myanmar as the location to explore democratic reform and the lure of corruption and power.
Blog
A Rohingya boy in Malaysia in 2012
Martha Roth | The Burmese state and military are engaging in nothing less than ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya people. Here's how you can help.
Blog
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the UN General Assembly in New York. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Scott Fenwick | As the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar deepens, Canada must amplify its voice as much as possible to rally the world in ending this crisis, widely viewed as an organized ethnic cleansing.
Podcast
Adam Bemma | The 14th edition of the jhr Rights Report focuses on the changing human rights situation in Burma. Myanmar's regime is releasing political prisoners and allowing democracy activists to regroup.
Book Review
The Voice of Hope
Noreen Mae Ritsema | The Voice of Hope explores the meanings and dimensions of nonviolent revolution both in Burma and how we can integrate those spiritual factors and principles in our own daily lives.
Book Review
Aung San Suu Kyi
Noreen Mae Ritsema | In the second of a two-part interview author Alan Clements calls readers to put their hope for Burma into action.
Podcast
Meagan Perry | Should we be able to criticize war on Remembrance Day, Aung San Suu Kyi -- what does her freedom mean, and demanding better food for the poor.
Podcast
Adam Bemma | Jailed Burmese democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi is released from house arrest.
Blog
Noreen Mae Ritsema | In the wake of Burma’s first election in 20 years, political prisoner and Nobel Peace prize recipient Aung San Suu Kyi is scheduled to be released from house arrest on Nov. 13, 2010.
Podcast
MaryCarl Guiao | Dr. Naing Aung talks about how the military has control of the upcoming elections in Burma, prolonging legitimacy of the military domination over the Burmese people.
News
Tin Maung Htoo and Kevin McLeod | Former prime minister Jean Chretien has been hired on as a "senior international adviser" to Ivanhoe Mines, a company that helps the Burmese military regime operate the country's largest mine.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Oil giants Shell and Chevron are in the spotlight this week, with shareholder meetings and a historic trial being held.