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Monday, August 21

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    Geographical Analysis on the Impact of Landcover Changes on Socio –Economic Condition of Bawlakhe District, Kayah State in Myanmar (A Case Study of Four villages in Balakhe District)
    Nang Shining
    Co-directors/ Weaving Bonds Across Borders
    Myanmar
    The Role of Women Engagement in Water Governance in Mong Pan, Mong Pan, and Kunhing Townships, Shan State
    Gender and Social Justice
    Hannah El-SilimyNakaddy
    U.K.,U.S, Egypt
    Women’s Participation in Civil Society on the Nu/Salween: A Comparative Study of China and Thailand
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Wednesday, July 12

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    Putting violent armed conflict in the center of the Salween hydropower debates
    Salween Local Research at 13th International Conference on Thai Studies
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    {July 2017 Poster_V1.pdf}
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    by Diana Suhardiman, J. Rutherford and Saw John Bright
    Putting violent armed conflict in the center of the Salween hydropower debates
    Salween Local Research at 13th International Conference on Thai Studies
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Tuesday, May 30

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    A commentary by Nang Shining
    https://www.tni.org/en/article/hydropower-in-myanmar-for-whose-benefit
    Putting violent armed conflict in the center of the Salween hydropower debates
    by Diana Suhardiman, J. Rutherford and Saw John Bright
    Putting violent armed conflict in the center of the Salween hydropower debates

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Sunday, April 23

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    {DSC00152.JPG} The workshop involved field visit to rural villages along the Mun river basin in Sri Saket Province. The fellows had an opportunities to practice their obtained research skills through observations, interviews with the locals, and group work. By the end of the workshop, each group of fellow represented the gained data in the form of PPT presentation based on their assigned topic. The results are as follow;
    To see more Stories and download Power Points Slide Please Visit : Second Field Workshop
    2017
    Short blog from Carl Middleton on the writeshop process for WLE Salween fellows (Phase 2) in Myanmar : Writeshop at Pathein University preparing for upcoming book on Salween River
    Brief summary of the WriteShop for international publication for Salween, Mekong and Red Fellows and the PPTs online: WriteShop for international publication for Salween, Mekong and Red Fellows
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    {DSC00152.JPG} The workshop involved field visit to rural villages along the Mun river basin in Sri Saket Province. The fellows had an opportunities to practice their obtained research skills through observations, interviews with the locals, and group work. By the end of the workshop, each group of fellow represented the gained data in the form of PPT presentation based on their assigned topic. The results are as follow;
    To see more Stories and download Power Points Slide Please Visit : Second Field Workshop
    Short blog from Carl Middleton on the writeshop process for WLE Salween fellows (Phase 2) in Myanmar : Writeshop at Pathein University preparing for upcoming book on Salween River
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Monday, April 3

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    social marginalization.
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    workshop were:
    Support fellows’ analysis of data collected in their fieldwork;
    Support fellows’ preparation of a conference paper that will highlight the main research findings (to be presented at the WLE Forum in November 2016);
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    8.7. The 3rd workshop for research finding analysis and conference papaer wirting (Bang Kok, 1st-3rd Apr 2016) Writeshop for book chapterr/Academic paper publication
    23rd – 25th March 2017
    Cat Cat View Hotel, Sapa, Vietnam
    Background
    The Capacity Building and Professional Development of Water Governance and Regional Development Practitioners in the Mekong, Salween and Red river basins (MK31, 32 and 33) project is working to strengthen the capacity for undertaking research and policy engagement of scholars and practitioners of water, land and energy use, management and governance in the Red, Mekong and Salween river basins. A particular cross-cutting focus of the project is research on gender and other forms of social marginalization. It also intends to build a learning community amongst these scholars and practitioners.
    During phase 1 of the project during 2015 and 2016, 38 fellows have undertaken research, joined three workshops about research design, fieldwork and writing, and produced: two blogs; a research report; a conference paper; and a policy brief. They also joined two Greater Mekong Forums on Food Water and Energy in 2015 in Phnom Penh and 2016 in Bangkok. Furthermore, the fellows presented their research at the International Conference on the Mekong, Salween and Red Rivers: Sharing Knowledge and Perspectives Across Borders at the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University in November 2016.
    We are now moving to Phase 2 of the fellowship program, in which 8 fellows from each river basin have been selected to contribute either a book chapter or journal paper for publication.
    The WriteShop, to be held in on 23-25 March 2017 in Sapa, Vietnam, is intended to support fellows in the production of these materials. The books/ journal papers will be published by the end of 2017.
    Workshop objectives
    Explain the goals and plans for Phase 2 of the fellowship program regarding publication in two books/ journal articles
    Work with the selected Phase 2 fellows to further refine their research outputs from Phase 1 suitable to be published in an international publication (book chapter / journal paper)
    Advise fellows on the remaining period of the fellowship, including the opportunities for presenting the work in conferences
    Workshop method
    The workshop will be a combination of plenary lectures, individual work, partnered work, and mentored group work.
    Plenary session will provide key inputs to the writing process
    Individual exercises will allow you to focus quietly on your own writing (and that of your allocated partner)
    Partnered work: You will be allocated a partner, who you will provide feedback to over the course of the WriteShop. You will receive an individual email about this, including your partner’s conference paper.
    Mentored group work: You will work in small groups with mentors
    The groups are as follows:
    Salween Fellows (MK31) and Khun Soimart (MK32) will be with Dr Carl Middleton
    Mekong Fellows (MK32) will be with Dr. Kanokwan Manorom
    Red Fellows (MK33) will be allocated between: Prof Tu; Prof Quang; and Dr. Nam
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    Related Documents
    1. Kick-off workshop
    {1. MK33_Water Governance Issues in Vietnam_Dr. Dao Trong Tu_EN.pptx}
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Monday, March 27

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    Carl Middleton's interview with Circle of Blue
    http://www.circleofblue.org/2016/south-asia/salween-river-dams-intrude-contested-land-podcast/
    Hydropower in Myanmar: For Whose Benefit?
    A commentary by Nang Shining
    https://www.tni.org/en/article/hydropower-in-myanmar-for-whose-benefit

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