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The Myanmar military’s campaign against the Rohingya population is set in a tenuous backdrop of ethnic armed conflict, a stagnant national peace and reconciliation process, and a fledgling democracy led by a now-controversial Nobel Peace Prize laureate. In a special to Duke undergraduates, Yee Htun, a clinical instructor at Harvard Law School with over a decade of experience in international advocacy and a refugee from Myanmar herself, will unpack the multidimensional human rights situation in Myanmar and discuss opportunities forward…Find out more »
Join the Duke Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for Plays, Poetry Readings, Music, Middle Eastern Dance, Arabic Oral Proficiency Activities and more. Sponsored by Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. For more information, please visit here. Richard White Hall, Room 107 Duke University, East CampusFind out more »