Photographers from Dhaka and Yangon come together to create a book of visual narratives discussing cultural, societal and identity realities on both sides of the Naf River.
Karen Women Organization head Naw K’nyaw Paw discusses her work and her remaining goals after becoming the 3rd Myanmar recipient of the International Women of Courage Award.
Yo Ya May supports 200 weavers in the remote hills of Chin and Rakhine states by selling their handwoven textiles in Yangon and beyond.
Artist Htein Lin’s bold new exhibition, ‘Skirting the Issue’, invites participants to question whether and why they follow discriminatory customs.
If the NLD fails to take into account the importance of the role of women in government, potential for the country’s future economic and social success is at risk.
Seven local women nominated and four nominated at event, which honors SE Asian women with notable achievement in a range of fields
Leading women in Myanmar's tech sector urged young people to test their personal limits in order to succeed at an event marking International Women's Day.
Vice President Henry Van Thio vowed to ensure that women make up 30 percent of the participants in every sector during an event marking International Women's Day on Friday.
If we want #BalanceforBetter in the peace process, then let’s amplify powerful female voices, give them a platform, a seat at the table. All of Myanmar will benefit.
Their contribution to overall peacebuilding is extensive, but many qualified women do not take part in the Union Peace Conference sessions.
More women are contesting for leading positions in Yangon City Development Committee, but the number remains vastly disproportionate to that of male candidates.
Daw Saw Hsa, who died 57 years ago today, was known for her hospital for the poor in Yangon and for her work with leprosy patients and World War II victims.
Stigmatization of condom use remains a problem; maternal mortality rate still unacceptably high
The women, a law lecturer and a civil servant, said they trust the police, the state government and the democratic society of Kerala to keep them safe.
Women and girls need the support of the entire community in pushing against the societal norms that continue to silence the sufferers of harassment and sexual abuse today.