Myanmar

Raising the dirt floor instead of breaking the glass ceiling

Evelyn Yangon, Myanmar “I came back here at the end of 2015, (…) Myanmar changed a lot. Women had more freedoms, but I think there was a pernicious sexism in society that I was not used to.” My name is Evelyn. I co-founded the Myanmar Women Self Defense Center. I’ve always had an interest in… Continue reading Raising the dirt floor instead of breaking the glass ceiling

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Unveiling the hardships of ethnic women in Myanmar

Anonymous Yangon, Myanmar “I always have to investigate my stories in conflict zones” I am 32 years old. I live in Yangon but I am originally from Myitkyina, in Kachin state. I am a journalist. My mom still lives in Kachin state, she used to be a teacher but she is now retired, and my… Continue reading Unveiling the hardships of ethnic women in Myanmar

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Empowered women empower women

Thazyne Yangon, Myanmar “In Myanmar, many women don’t have jobs, however, they can weave and have beautiful fabric so I like to work with them and give them an opportunity to have a stable source of income” My name is Thazyne. I am 35 years old. I am not married. I have been working at… Continue reading Empowered women empower women