Sagaing Region residents equipped with single-shot traditional rifles known as “tumi guns” – and in some cases more modern weaponry – are resisting security forces’ attempts to crush anti-coup protests.
As the military brazenly guns down its own citizens in ever-larger numbers, activists are finding new ways to resist.
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Months after a report on abuses and corruption in prison labour camps prompted calls for reforms and investigations, little has changed.
Young people have long contributed to change in Myanmar, but there has been little space for them to be actively involved as decision makers in the current peace process.
From north to south, east to west – much of the produce that is available to Yangon’s residents has travelled from far-flung corners of the country.