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Geopolitics a Tough Topic At Myanmar Young Leaders Conference

High profile speakers on geopolitics, including our Ambassador Steve Marshall, had alumni enthralled at the alumni conference in Bagan recently. Myanmar is rich in resources and with a number of powerful neighbours, tensions over the exploitation of minerals and other natural resources by other countries are a common concern, particularly for minority groups who are often displaced from their lands.

The conference is also an opportunity for old friendships to be renewed, new friends across years to be made, and to debate local issues. An enthusiastic group of seven chose to organise next year’s event and the topic of political dynamics and transition following the 2020 elections was chosen as the most popular.

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Mindanao 2022

UnionAID warmly welcomes the third cohort of young leaders from Mindanao together with its partners International Alert, Victoria University of Wellington and The New Zealand

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INSPIRASI 2022

UnionAID, with its partners the Auckland University of Technology, BaKTI and the New Zealand Embassy in Jakarta, is delighted to welcome the fourth cohort of

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Peter Conway Memorial Lecture

Peter Conway Memorial Lecture 2022: Behrouz Boochani, Journalist and Human Rights Campaigner UnionAID is pleased to announce that Behrouz Boochani will give the sixth annual

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Solidarity Coffee

For May Day 2022, UnionAID has joined forces with Good Fortune Coffee Co to bring you the “Solidarity” blend. Solidarity is an organic, fair trade,

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May Day 2022

https://unionaid.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/May-Day-2022.2.mp4 More about our Union Partners

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