In 2011, Myanmar experienced a transition from a long military regime that lasted more than 50 years to a democratic government. Since 2016, a civilian government with Aung San Suu Kyi as State Counsellor, de facto head of state, has been established. How have Myanmar women played their roles in political and peace-related decision-making process? What kind of leadership have they gained under the tough circumstances? We discuss about women's leadership in Asia with Associate Prof. LWIN CHO LATT, learning the peacemaking process and the current situation in Myanmar.
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