The Irrawaddy’s Kyaw Kha discusses with rights advocates what actions should be taken in cases of child rape now in the spotlight in Burma.
The Irrawaddy interviews the Ministry of Health and Sports deputy director general about donated cars left to rust in a hospital compound.
The Irrawaddy discusses escalating violence and the prospect for peace with guests U Maung Maung Soe and Ko Moe Thway.
The Irrawaddy interviews TNLA spokesperson Col Tar Bong Kyaw about the joint offensive launched in Shan State by the TNLA, KIA, MNDAA and AA.
On this week’s Dateline, Ye Ni speaks with U Nyein Chan Aye and Daw Thin Thin Thar about a recent media scandal: the lawsuit against Eleven Media.
The Irrawaddy and guests discuss perceptions, achievements and challenges of the NLD one year after its historic landslide victory.
The Irrawaddy sits down with Burmese-born Taiwanese filmmaker Midi Z to talk about filmmaking and what inspires him.
The Irrawaddy talks to director-general of the social welfare department about protecting victims of gender-based violence.
On this week’s Dateline, Kyaw Kha, Lawi Weng, and Nan Lwin Hnin Pwint discuss military tensions brewing in eastern Shan State.
The Irrawaddy speaks with President’s Office spokesperson U Zaw Htay about the government’s response to recent attacks in northern Arakan State.
The Irrawaddy’s Saw Yan Naing interviews Vivian Tan, the UNHCR’s spokesperson in Asia, about the returnees—including their hopes and their fears.
The chairman of the Zaykabar Group of Companies and formerly sanctioned businessman speaks to The Irrawaddy about new economic policies in Burma.
On this week’s Dateline, U Myint Kyaw and Daw Mon Mon Myat discuss reporting on the Maungdaw situation with The Irrawaddy’s Burmese editor Ye Ni.
U Thura Aung of the Myanmar Earthquake Committee says Rangoon lacks preparation to deal with an earthquake.
Writer Ma Thida discusses collective fears in present day Burma: how they manifest, how they cause harm, and how they must be faced.