human rights Work
A poem by Natalie Brinham
The Tower of Polyphonic Babble
A poem by VINITA RAMANI, a freelance writer and editor. Vinita was born in India and has lived in Bahrain, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, Cambodia and the United States. She currently lives in Singapore.
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.
Our Life as Rohingya Refugees
A poem written by a young Rohingya poet, from Rakhine state, living in Rangoon.
Myanmar Military vs Women’s Underwear: Poem by Putu Oka Sukanta
Putu Oka Sukanta, a well known literary figure in Indonesia, dedicates a poem to the people of Myanmar who are struggling for democracy and human rights. The work is presented in English – translated by Gulah Wandita – and its original Bahasa Indonesia.