Articles by Khin Khin Mra

Myanmar’s coup from the eyes of ethnic minorities

Members of ethnic minorities standing against the military are concentrating on institutional change, while majority Bamar NLD supporters focus on the release of party leaders and the formation of government.

Securing a fair election in Rakhine’s conflict zones

As the Arakan Army’s armed struggle appears increasingly attractive to young voters, Myanmar’s democracy cannot afford the appearance of another false promise.

“Stay at home”: COVID-19 and rising domestic violence in Myanmar’s informal urban settlements

In the manufacturing hub of Hlaingthaya, migrant women often live in isolation.

Fighting on two fronts: the women facing conflict and COVID-19 in Rakhine state

Women in Rakhine state are doubly jeopardised when the threat of COVID-19 intersects with war.

A masculine Myanmar and the vote

Will elections change the male face of public life in Myanmar, asks Khin Khin Mra.