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Monday, September 5 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
The transition in Myanmar: Emerging new actors - Transition birmane : Emergence de nouveaux acteurs

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Key issues - Enjeux :

How do non-state actors adapt to the political, economic and social transition that has been underway in Myanmar since 2011?
What role can Myanmar’s civil society play in the pursuit of democratization and peace process?
What role can the press play in the transition underway in Myanmar?
A Burmese CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility in a context of high economic growth.

Comment s'organisent les acteurs non gouvernementaux dans la transition politique, économique et sociale inédite engagée en Birmanie depuis 2011 ?
Quel rôle pour la société civile birmane dans la poursuite du processus de démocratisation et de paix ?
Quel rôle pour la presse dans la transition actuelle en Birmanie ?
Une RSE birmane: la responsabilité sociale des entreprises dans un contexte de forte croissance économique.

Moderators - Modérateurs
avatar for Charles Bonhomme

Charles Bonhomme

Director, French Institute of Rangoun

Speakers - Intervenants
avatar for Khin Maung Lwin

Khin Maung Lwin

Former Director - Ancien Directeur au sein du Ministère de la Santé birman, Ministry of Health, Myanmar
Born in 1950 Nov. 22 and studied at the Institute of Medicine for M.B,B.S degree, Institute of Foreign Languages for Diploma in French, and farther studies in Mahidol University of Public Health, Bangkok, Thailand and Central Health Education Bureau, Ministry of Health, Indonesia... Read More →
avatar for Soe Myint

Soe Myint

Editor In-Chief and Managing Director, Mizzima
Soe Myint is an award-winning Burmese journalist who has worked in the media field since 1992 in different capacities including reporting, managing, and training. He founded Mizzima (derived from the Pali word for “middle” or “moderate”) in New Delhi, India, in 1998 together... Read More →
avatar for Wai Wai Nu

Wai Wai Nu

Executive Director, Women's Peace Network
Wai Wai Nu is Director and founder of Women Peace Network. In 2012, after seven years as a political prisoner, she was released under a presidential amnesty. Since being freed she has dedicated herself to promoting human rights and democracy in Myanmar. Nu was deeply moved by the... Read More →
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Olivier Richard

Ambassador of France to Myanmar - Ambassadeur de France en Birmanie
Born March 13th, 1964 – Male – French • Since September 2015 Ambassador of France to Myanmar • February 2010 – August 2015 Ambassador of France to Zambia and Malawi Special Representative to COMESA • July 2007 – February 2010 French Ministry of Foreign and European... Read More →
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Ken Tun

CEO - Directeur général, Parami Group - Groupe Parami
Ken Tun is the Chairman and CEO of Parami Energy Group of Myanmar. The group involves in Oil and Gas, Power, and Construction. The group was honored as a Global Growth Company by World Economic Forum in 2015. He received his M.B.A degree from the National University of Singapore... Read More →

Sponsors - Co-organisateurs

Monday September 5, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm CEST
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