Myanmar’s military is battling a civil disobedience movement that is growing online. Plus, Britain’s digital divide and the learning lost in lockdown.
A civil disobedience movement is growing in Myanmar; young people are using social media to organise and keep citizens and the outside world informed.
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Thin Lei Win – Founder and former chief correspondent, Myanmar Now
Aye Min Thant – Myanmar-based journalist
Manny Maung – Researcher, Human Rights Watch
Francis Wade – Author, Myanmar’s Enemy Within
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