Myanmar’s Democratic Future Must Start Now, With Ethnic Women Leading the Way
By Arlene Brosas and Evelyn
A federal system that is genuinely inclusive, sustainable, and democratic must include a prominent role for women from the country’s ethnic minority communities.
Challenges Advancing Gender Equality in Myanmar’s Karenni State
By Maggi Quadrini and Anonymous
If Myanmar's revolution is to succeed, it must tackle the patriarchal structures that underpin the country's militarized political culture.
Gender Inclusion in Myanmar’s National Unity Government: Add Women and Stir?
By Godwin Yidana
Gender inclusion transcends mere equality.
Why Inclusion Matters for Myanmar’s Resistance
By Thomas Kean and Hnin Thet Hmu Khin
In defiance of prevailing patriarchal norms, young women are playing instrumental roles in the country's “Spring Revolution."
Two Years On, Women Remain at the Forefront of Myanmar’s Resistance Movement
By Nandar and Maggi Quadrini
The work of the country's women is central to the success of the Spring Revolution. It's time for the outside world to support them.
Myanmar’s Coup Has Put Women in Harm’s Way
By Maggi Quadrini
Seven months after the military’s seizure of power, women in Myanmar are facing a rise in threats to their livelihoods and health.
Revenge Porn Has Become a Political Weapon in Myanmar
By Amara Thiha
As Myanmar's crisis deepens, the country's women are bearing much of the burden.
Women are Key to the Humanitarian Response in Myanmar
By Maggi Quadrini
Since the coup, local women’s organizations have stepped up to meet the growing need of support for internally displaced populations, the majority of whom are women and children.
Dashed Hopes for Myanmar’s Women
By Akanksha Khullar
Aung San Suu Kyi’s government has not been the game changer for women that many hoped it would be.