Education by State - language
|Title:|| ||Mergui-Tavoy Situation Update: Tanintharyi Township, November 2017 to March 2018
|Date of publication:|| ||28 September 2018|
|Description/subject:|| ||"This Situation Update provides information on the restriction of Karen language in schools, environmental pollution due to lead mining, drug trafficking, and land confiscations in Tanintharyi Township, Mergui-Tavoy District.
Access to learning Karen language is limited in Tanintharyi Township.
Lead mining has increased in Kay Hkee and Kay villages, Tanintharyi Township. It has caused the contamination of many water streams, and has polluted the natural environment.
Between January and March 2018, when the Shway Kyun Aa Man Company was building a road, they damaged 300 rubber plants owned by Saw W---. The company did not compensate him for the damaged property..."|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Karen Human Rights Group (KHRG)|
|Format/size:|| ||html, pdf (362K)|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://khrg.org/2018/09/18-31-s1/mergui-tavoy-situation-update-tanintharyi-township-november-2017-m...
|Date of entry/update:|| ||04 October 2018|
|Title:|| ||Building a National Language Policy for Myanmar - A Brief Progress Report
|Date of publication:|| ||01 March 2016|
|Description/subject:|| ||"Since 2014 all across Myanmar discussion has been underway on language policy. Sponsored by the Language and Social Cohesion (LESC) Initiative of UNICEF under the Programme for Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy [PBEA], in close cooperation with the Myanmar Ministry of Education, 16 "Facilitated Dialogues", several research projects, a large number of direct consultations and site visits, interviews, observations and professional training activities have been implemented. At state level there have also been writing teams, information gathering, discussion groups, learning circles and other activities addressing co-ordination issues, multilingual program delivery, curriculum, textbooks, teacher support, and the role of policy and how citizens can participate in policy debates. Working in close cooperation with civil society partners, ethnic language and culture groups, teachers, civil servants and parents this process has been designed and guided by Professor Joseph Lo Bianco, Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne and has involved many hundreds of people, both professionals and community representatives. Through this process a wealth of ideas has been generated about the best ways for Myanmar to make the most of its rich linguistic resources. This brief progress report discusses some of the key achievements and steps so far, and sets out the remainder of the process..."|
|Author/creator:|| ||Joseph Lo Bianco|
|Source/publisher:|| ||UNICEF, Pyoe Pin, Thabyay Education Foundation, Melbourne Graduate School of Education|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (1.5MB-reduced version; 2.4MB-original)|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www.themimu.info/sites/themimu.info/files/documents/Report_Brief_Progress_Report_-_Building_...|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||03 April 2016|