Month: June 2022
FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles Series: “No human is “illegal”
Against the backdrop of the prevailing global paradigm which illegalizes HUMAN BEINGS unless they have formal membership of a “states” - itself a largely fictional concept, FORSEA is hosting a radical dialogue with Dr Sindhuja Sankaran, a social psychologist and the founder and managing director of Rethinking Refugees.
Opinion: Is Neocolonial Education a Solution to “Military Slave Education”?
As educators continue to contribute to Myanmar's Spring Revolution, it is vital to keep asking ourselves: Could the white supremacist neocolonial education really be a solution to the military slave education and other internal oppressive structures in Myanmar society?
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing should drop the plan to execute 4-Myanmar activists: An Open Appeal
I am making an open appeal to your better self – both as a fellow Myanmar and a Buddhist – to reconsider your decision to proceed with the execution, by hanging, of 4 Myanmar activists who actively opposed your coup and were tried and found guilty under the country’s Anti-Terrorism Act.