Ethnic perspectives are not being much heard in the face of a well-funded Burmese Marketing and Lobbying Campaign. WIN has pursued a number of initiatives to help ethnics have better voice in America and the international community.
This has involved running workshops on how to compete in the on-going war of messages vying for America’s attention as it finalizes its Burma Policy. WIN has supported several U.S. Congressional delegations and waged an information campaign to inform American public and private sector leaders. Support to ethnics has included website and other social media training and supporting services.
This ongoing effort has also included writing OPEDs and articles that support ethnics’ rights and viewpoints.
- Information strategy development
- Planning workshops
- Training workshops
- Key leader engagement (politicians, businessmen
- Media engagement
- Technical support
Article List as Author or Co-author
Foreign Affairs. How to Invest in Myanmar, 17 Jan 2014.
Forbes. Myanmar: No Ethnics; No Nation, 15 Nov 2012.
Huffington Post. The Ethnic Apartheid in Myanmar, 12 Nov 2014.
Burma Link. Partial Peace in Burma is the Recipe for Failure, 10 July 2015.
Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine. Remembering Forgotten Friends: Worldwide Impact Now: Burma, Pages 88-89.
Asia Times on Line.
Misunderstanding Myanmar’s Military, 11 Feb 2015.
Myanmar’s Minorities Face Multi-faceted Jeopardy, 23 Jan 2014.
US Lost Moral Compass in Myanmar, 30 Oct 2012.
Ethnic Key to U.S. Role in Myanmar, 10 Oct 2012.