Monthly Archives: November 2014

Learning about Consultations

In the final week of this year’s advanced course we provided some introductory lessons into public consultations. These lessons were as a result of the kind and generous support we are receiving from an organisation made up of Canadian lawyers … Continue reading

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SDC ACMTC students organise a human rights workshop

During our SDC advanced course, students prepared and conducted a workshop for members of the local community. This is a report of the workshop by an SDC student, Oo Reh.   Our workshop was about Human Rights. Firstly, we prepared … Continue reading

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Students research, intern and write reports

During October, students on the basic course split into two groups. One group went to conduct research and one group went to do internships. This activity is aimed at building both work and research skills. The students researched about issues … Continue reading

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Naw Ah Mu Htoo’s Story

Q: What is your background?   A: I was born in Loikaw. I studied in Loikaw but I didn’t graduate high school. In 2003, I arrived in Karenni Refugee Camp 1 and studied in high school again.   After successfully … Continue reading

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