D4B Debates – Panel Discussion No 4 held in Sydney Australia

Picture (Left to Right) – Geoff Cohn OAM, Janelle Saffin MP and Shane Brady. Inset Image: Dr Khon Ja and NUG Deputy Minister Naw Htoo Phaw – both of whom joined the discussion by Zoom on Sunday 6th June 2021.
Image Courtesy of Photographer Michelle Haywood – 6th June 2021

The 4th and final #D4B Debates – Panel Discussion for Series 1 was held last night (Sunday 6th June 2021) in Sydney Australia. The Topic: Humanitarian Crisis in Burma. Panel Host Shane Brady welcomed four eminently qualified and distinguished speakers to share their experience and views on the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Burma / Myanmar owing to the failed coup which took place on February 1st this year. Thank you to our distinguished Panellists;

  • Janelle Saffin MP – Founder and past Chair of the Australia-Myanmar Parliament Group
  • Geoffrey Cohn OAM – Co-Founder of Democracy for Burma campaign and Founder of the Myanmar Eye Care Project
  • Naw Mu Paw Htoo – NUG Deputy Minister for Humanitarian & Disaster Management
  • Dr Khon Ja – long-time Humanitarian & Advocate from the Kachin Peace Network

This long-format 1-hour 30-minute panel discussion was recorded and will be made available as a podcast in the coming week. Thank you to Saxon Strauss for hosting all four of the D4B Debates in his gallery The Art Syndicate at 344 Bourke Street, Surry Hills – Sydney Australia. Saxon is also one of the five Co-founders of the Democracy for Burma campaign who organised the D4B Debates. To hear the first three D4B Debates as podcast visit this site:https://shows.acast.com/d4b-debates-no-1-background-the… #Burma #Myanmar #humanitariancrisis #humanitarianaid #Foreignpolicy #foreignaid #Austraila #DFAT #NUG #NationalUnityGovernment #CRPH #Tatmadaw #ASEAN #UnitedNations #auspol #UnitedNationsGeneralAssembly #whatshappeninginmyanmar #Kachin #KachinPeaceNetwork #ethnicminority #diplomacy #humanrights #DemocracyforBurma

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