A community- based art development project with the aim of exploring and creating opportunities for combining artistic creation with traditional crafts.
Human Drama, or community-led development through forum theatre, was the first joint arts for social development programme designed by the British Council in Myanmar and FXB Myanmar in 2011.
The festival brought together the human rights and film communities both domestically and overseas as the first and only festival in Burma with a principal focus on human rights.
Initiated in 2014, the Visual Storytelling Workshops were a collaborative effort between the British Council in Myanmar, Human Dignity Film Institute and Huston school of Film and Digital Media, Northern Ireland, and received support from University of Michigan (USA) and Witness organization in 2016.
A unique, nation-wide project that uses literature as a platform to support freedom of expression, creativity and social change in Burma’s ethnic nationality states.
Writers, bloggers, translators, publishers and distributors, spent two days assessing the current state of literature in Burma and what the future holds.
To showcase the depth of literature across Myanmar, an historic two day symposium on the past, present and future of ethnic nationality language literature was held on the March 2015.
The British Council, in collaboration with PEN Myanmar and the Writers Centre Norwich, conducted 5 days of bi-lingual training for participants seeking skills in literary translation.