Aye Lei Tun, La Ring and Su Su Hlaing #FeministAsia Gender and Social Justice

Feminism in Myanmar

The study traces the history of women’s movements in Myanmar and discusses its achievements amidst the rapidly changing economic and political context in the country and globally.

 

This study explores and analyses women's and feminist movements in Myanmar.

This study is part of a series published under Political Feminism in Asia, a regional project coordinated by the FES Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia. 

Aye Lei Tun, La Ring and Su Su Hlaing ; Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, EMReF - Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation. - Yangon : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Myanmar Office, 2019. - 22 Seiten = 320 KB, PDF-File. -
Electronic ed.: Yangon : FES, 2019

Aye Lei Tun; La Ring; Su Su Hlaing

Feminism in Myanmar

Aye Lei Tun, La Ring and Su Su Hlaing ; Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, EMReF - Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation. - Yangon : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Myanmar Office, 2019<
Yangon, 2019

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