Podcast: Domestic violence in Tanintharyi Region

This week, women’s rights groups in Taninthayri Region are calling for better laws and protections for women experiencing domestic violence. There have been numerous cases reported to women’s groups and very little legal action taken against perpetrators.

This story by is by Moe Myint from Dawei Watch and Zar Ni and Aye Aye Aung from Frontier Myanmar.

Doh Athan is a weekly podcast which looks at human rights issues from around Myanmar. It is made by Frontier with media partners from around the country. Doh Athan is made through a partnership with Fondation Hirondelle and the support of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Myanmar and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

Win Zar Ni Aung

Win Zar Ni Aung

Win Zar Ni Aung began her journalism career in 2011 and previously worked as deputy chief reporter at Myanmar National Television.
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