All posts by FORSEA

Professor Noam Chomsky’s address at the FORSEA event: A Scream from Global Civil Society: India Genocide Warning

The world-renowned activist and intellectual offers his words of concern and solidarity for the persecuted minorities of India while touching on other issues of global importance.

/ February 5, 2022

A Scream from Global Civil Society: India Genocide Warning

Fifty-four renowned intellectuals, musicians, scholars, and activists from 24 countries will gather in a live YouTube public event which is billed “A Scream from Global Civil Society: India Genocide Warning!” View LIVE on Friday 4th February, 12:00PM - 5:00PM GMT/LONDON | 5:30PM - 10:30PM NEW DELHI | 07:00AM -12 NOON CANADA/US EASTERN.

/ February 3, 2022

Questioning the legitimacy of Myanmar’s coup regime acting as human representatives of “a state party”

ICJ, UN’s court, owes an explanation and transparency behind its dubious decision to allow the murderous regime of Myanmar to act as if it were a state actor in effective control of the state in the Gambia vs Myanmar.

/ January 31, 2022

သူခိုးဓါးရိုးကမ်း၊ ပြင်ညာရှင်လုပ်စား ရောဂါ | The Cancerous Roles of Experts in Myanmar’s International State Crimes

ဂျီနိုဆိုက်ကျူးလွန်နေတဲ့ တရားမဝင် စစ်အာဏာရှင်ကို မြန်မာနဲ့ နိုင်ငံခြားသား ပညာရှင်တွေက ဘာကြောင့် သူတို့ပညာတွေ သုံးပြီး ကူညီနေတာလဲ။

/ January 27, 2022

Should the International Court of Justice allow the Illegitimate and Universally Unpopular Military Regime to act as State Actor in the Gambia vs Myanmar?

International Holocaust Remembrance Day special event in memory of the victim of Nazi Genocide. Thursday 27th January 2022.

/ January 26, 2022

An Islamic Perspective on the Sacred Balance of Humanity, Animals and Nature: An Overview of “Ecolibrium”

"Ecolibrium: The Sacred Balance in Islam" is a book that focuses on the plight of humanity, animals and nature. It seeks to address the causes of ecological, environmental and developmental degradation utilizing three groups of main sources: empirical evidence from nature and history, the Quran and authentic Hadith, and logical inferences.

/ January 22, 2022

Warnings from the Balkans, again! Denials of Bosnian Genocide, Prospects for Bosnia’s Disintegration and Great Powers in a Small Playground

The FORSEA Dialogue on Decolonizing Minds, Democratizing Knowledge Series welcomes Distinguished Guest, Demir Mahmutćehajic, a veteran leading activist in the civil rights movement DOSTA! or Enough! in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a co-founder of UK's Islamic Human Rights Commission.

/ January 19, 2022

The Destruction of Rohingya Identity and History: Myanmar’s Continuing Genocide, Colonial Knowledge and Burma Studies

This week FORSEA is launching a new dialogue series “Decolonizing Minds and Democratising Knowledge”. Our inaugural episode is on the destruction of Rohingya identity and history by Myanmar state (the national military) and non-state actors (a local militia and its local community), the process of which involves perpetrating groups, inter alia, using heavily British colonial era records such as censuses designed and taken for colonial administrative purposes.

/ January 12, 2022

Anthropology has cheated on me

In this poem, Chu May Paing, a radical Burmese feminist thinker and student of neo-imperialist White Academy and its modes of operation, confronts her chosen field of cultural anthropology.

/ January 3, 2022

Experts in Myanmar Affairs: Usurping Local Voices and Doing Harm

FORSEA is hosting an all-Burmese dialogue – in Burmese and English languages – with critical intellectuals and activists whose knowledge is grounded in their grassroots experiences. The speakers are acutely aware of the fact that as the wretched of Myanmar, they are fighting wars on multiple fronts – against the neo-imperialist thought, space and system where local knowledge is typically relegated to second class.

/ December 22, 2021