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Political Authority in Areas of Armed Resistance

MRC Dialogue Series

Speaker

Kim Joliffe, Independent researcher

Venue

PSC Reading Room, Hedley Bull Centre (130), corner of Garran Road and Liversidge Street, ANU

Date

Friday, 22 April, 2022 - 13:00 to 14:00

This event is part of the 2022 MYANMAR RESEARCH CENTRE (MRC) DIALOGUE SERIES.

SPEAKER

Kim Joliffe, Independent researcher

Kim Jolliffe is an independent researcher from the UK, who has been in Southeast Asia since 2007. He has been conducting research and working with local and international organisations in Myanmar since 2009. His work has focused on armed conflict, governance, justice and security among other topics, with a particular focus on ethnic armed organisations and the Myanmar military.

 

CHAIR

Tony Neil, Visiting Fellow, Department of Political and Social Change, ANU

 

VENUE

The dialogues in the series will be held in hybrid mode, ie in-person on the ANU Campus, and virtually on zoom.

  • IN-PERSON: PSC Reading Room, Level 4, Hedley Bull Building #130, Cnr Garran Rd and Liversidge Street, ANU, Acton, 2600 ACT
  • ONLINE: Zoom. Once you register here, you will receive access to the online event page in Eventbrite where you will find the join link for the zoom meeting.

Please select the relevant ticket, in-person or online, according to your preferred attendance mode.

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

For more information on the MRC 2022 Dialogue Series please see the MRC website https://myanmar.anu.edu.au/ or contact the Convenors

- Cecile Medail, cecile.medail@anu.edu.au

- Tony Neil, anthony.neil@anu.edu.au

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