Establishing an independent bar association
The IBAHRI has placed an international legal specialist in Yangon to facilitate the development of a representative and independent national bar association in Myanmar. The three-year programme (2014-2016) combines capacity building and advocacy initiatives. Find out more about this project
The IBAHRI’s capacity-building work follows the findings of its 2012 fact-finding mission and 2013 fact-finding report. Find out more about the mission and report
Left: Participants from a workshop on reformation of the rules governing Myanmar’s legal profession, hosted by the IBAHRI and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Nay Pi Taw, November 2014
Following decades of brutal military dictatorship, many hope that Myanmar is on the path to reform. While there are opportunities for change, significant challenges remain.
Watch 'Myanmar: the long road to reform'
After decades of brutal military dictatorship, there are hopes that Burma is on the road to reform. But, with concerns remaining that the process may stall, Global Insight assesses the prospects for the country’s future in what could be a crucial year.
IBA Global Insight February/March 2015
By Rebecca Lowe
The long road of reform (2012)
After the Saffron Revolution. A look at sanctions in Burma (2011)
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