Today, Burma goes through an unprecedented progress and political opening.
Although the situation continues to evolve in the right direction, the ongoing transition process remains fragile and uncertain and human rights violations prevail. The road to democracy is still long but a crucial step is to come : the 2015 general elections.
In preparation for the 2015 elections, the Burma2015 Project aims at observing the democratization process by evaluating the tangibility of the reforms and of the evolution of political and civil rights in Burma.
The Burma2015 Project is structured in three media:
A threefold documentary exposing the main issues.
An interactive web documentary aimed at giving the floor to the people of Burma by focusing the debate on the three main themes.
An observation platform (a lab) to share information and stories before the 2015 election.Learn more
Burma was one of the worst dictatorship worldwide...Learn more
What are we talking about when talking about democracy...Learn more
Burmese population is claiming for democracy...Learn more
Christophe is a professional film editor....Learn more
Gather a community that believe in the project...Learn more
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Some farmers try to get back their lands grab by the junta or...Learn more
Aung San Suu Kyi is the daughter of the national hero assassinated in 1947...Learn more
The junta found huge reserve of gaz near the west coast of the country in 2004...Learn more