The 2nd  International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies at University of Mandalay, Myanmar


On 14- 15 January 2018, Rome Chiranukrom, Acting Vice President for International Relations and Alumni Affairs together with Associate Professor Thapin Phatcharanuruk, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences visited Republic of the Union of Myanmar to attend the meeting with the senior executives of University of Mandalay led by Dr. Thida Win, Rector, Dr. Myint Zu Min, Pro Rector and the organizing committee of  the international conference “The 2nd  International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies" to ensure everything was ready and well prepared for the upcoming conference.

Chiang Mai University cooperates with University of Mandalay, Myanmar to host the 2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies on 16th -18th February 2018 at University of Mandalay, Myanmar. This conference would be the channel for exchanging knowledge with scholars from different fields to gain deep insights and better understandings regarding the rapid changes in Myanmar in the aspects of economics, politics, social, environment, culture, etc. as a result of Myanmar's democratic transition. The source of information will be beneficial for scholars and individuals who are interested in Myanmar Studies.

The conference consists of  keynote speech presentation, research paper presentation, and round table discussion. The presentations focused on the various issues like Development & Transition in Myanmar, Bio-diversity/ Environment and Climate Change, Governance, Social Security and Peace Process, Health Care, Food Security and Food Practice, Education and Development, Literature, Language and Society, Religion and Belief Systems.


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