Smart Peace: Myanmar

How did peacebuilding processes emerge after decades of war and civil unrest?

Audio Published 25 November 2021 Updated 30 November 2021 34 minute listen

Adam Burke

Regional Director, Conflict and Fragility, The Asia Foundation

In this episode of Smart Peace, we explore the recent history of peacebuilding in Myanmar through the experience of the Smart Peace project. 

Smart Peace is a global initiative led by Conciliation Resources, which combines the varied expertise of different consortium partners to address the challenges of building peace – focusing on the Central African Republic, Nigeria and Myanmar.

In this final episode of a three-part series, Ben speaks to Adam Burke about the political and historical context behind the ongoing conflicts in Myanmar, and finds out about attempts to develop local mediation and peacebuilding processes throughout the country.  

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