No roll was taken but there were some very prominent people who were rather conspicuous either by their success or failure to show up at the “grand” opening of the Pyidaungsu Institute (PI) for Peace and Dialogue last night.
Border school nurtures future Karen leaders
Proud family members bearing flowers, colourful knitted lanyards and envelopes filled with Thai baht climbed into the convoy of buses at the Mae La refugee camp before they headed off along the winding mountain highway to celebrate the graduation of loved ones.
Min Lyon – On May 7th, Myanmar Peace Monitor—a project led by Burma News international (BNI)— launched its latest report, “Deciphering Myanmar’s Peace Process: A Reference Guide 2014,” at a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT). The report is a follow-up to the first volume of BNI’s “Deciphering Myanmar’s Peace Process,” a widely-used resource for individuals seeking information about Burma’s peace process.
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