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Restoring Democracy: A Conversation with H.E. Zin Mar Aung on Myanmar’s National Unity Government Efforts

June 13 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Burma USyd

The Social Justice Program and the Myanmar Cultural Society at the University of Sydney are honoured to co-host a public seminar featuring Union Minister of Foreign Affairs, H.E. Daw Zin Mar Aung, from the National Unity Government.

This seminar will provide crucial updates on the National Unity Government’s efforts to end military violence and restore democratic governance in Myanmar.

Photo exhibit: “Resilience and Resistance: the Fight for Freedom in Myanmar”

Ta Mwe is a Myanmarese photojournalist and documentary photographer with experience covering a wide range of political and social stories and events in Myanmar.

After several years of working for national and international publications and organizations as a photographer, videographer and video editor, Ta Mwe’s recent work has focused on analog still photography, covering first the COVID-19 crisis and then the country’s anti-coup protests.

2024 World Press Photo Contest winner 2022 World Press Photo Contest winner

Mauk Kham Wah is a photographer, filmmaker and activist from Myanmar.

Following the military coup in Myanmar on 1 February 2021, Mauk Kham Wah spent a year alongside the young Karenni men and women who joined the resistance against the Burmese military dictatorship, where he witnessed fighting, comradeship and grief.

2023 World Press Photo Contest winner


Social Sciences Building (A02) Lecture Theatre 200
The University of sydney
Sydney, New South Wales 2006 Australia
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