- Our Institute
Research Project Name:
|Transition in Myanmar|
IHRP Staff and/or Students involved:
|Matt Mullen, PhD, IHRP Lecturer and Ya Tu, IHRP MA Student|
Theme, Rationale, and Objectives of the Research:
|Myanmar focused scholars, activists and practitioners|
Short Description of the Research Process:
|Over 500 ethnographic interviews [throughout Myanmar] and 50 plus key informant interviews gathered over five years.|
Results of the Research:
Period of Time:
|The transition monitoring and analysis will likely continue over the coming years.|
Supporters/Partners and/or Affiliates:
Mullen, Matthew. 2013. “Reassessing the Focus of Transitional Justice: The Need to Move Structural and Cultural Violence to the Centre,” Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 11 March 2013.
Mullen, Matthew. 2013. “Brokering for Human Rights in Burma/Myanmar.” Amplifying the Voices: Human Rights and Peace in Southeast Asia Series 3. Ed. Azmi Sharom. Southeast Asia Human Rights Studies Network: Bangkok.
Mullen, Matthew. 2014. Pathways that Changed Myanmar: From Bullets to Bribery. Zed Publishing: London.