On 15 November, Everyday Justice, a unique exhibition of artwork, films and stories on access to justice in Myanmar opened at the iconic Old Tourist Burma Building in Yangon. The exhibition marks the first four years of the EU-funded MyJustice project. This exhibition showcases perspectives on what justice means in Myanmar and the role everyone has in shaping it. Myanmar artists KO Z, BRANG LI, HTEIN LIN, EMILY PHYO, MAUNG YU PY, KAUNG SU participate in the exhibition which will run until 30 November 2019.
“Rights” are things every child should have or be able to do. For example, you have a right to go to school and a right to play and rest. The United Nations listed these and many more rights every child should have in the Convention on the Rights of the Child. In 2019, the UN Child Rights Convention turns 30 and we want to celebrate!
On 5 November 2019, over 140 stakeholders will gather at the Shwe San Eain Hotel in Naypyidaw to start work on a roadmap of priority actions to promote legal timber production and trade in Myanmar. The event will be led by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation (MONREC) and the European Union.
The Quality Basic Education Programme helped thousands of kids across Myanmar access quality education. New EU programmes and an EUR 221 million budget support for the education sector are now taking the European Union's support for the education of children in Myanmar to the next level.