What I’m doing in Myanmar – first vlogged installment

Just spent 3 days in Kachin state in the North, trying to get a slightly better understanding of the nature of Myanmar’s conflicts, and implications for trying to improve governance and accountability. Fascinating, but I won’t write anything just yet, as we have a 3 day conference on that topic this week, so will wait a bit longer before blogging. In the meantime, here are some immediate impressions from an IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) camp in the Kachin capital, Myitkyina.

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2 Responses to “What I’m doing in Myanmar – first vlogged installment”
  1. Matt

    if the starting point from an IDP camp in suburban Kachin is “fragile states”, I am not sure that the ending point will be so useful. Nevertheless, looking forward to the next installment. Glad that you got here, Matt

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