• "Tin Maung"

  • Oct 18 2021
  • Length: 31 mins
  • Podcast
  • Summary

  • Tin Maung is a student, activist and researcher in labour and trade unions in Myanmar. Since the coup he has participated in the protests and has been involved in a number of peaceful resistance efforts in Myanmar. Most recently he has joined the Blood Money Campaign as a researcher. BMC is a non violent campaign strategy comprised of a team of core activists from different backgrounds such as labour, students, peace and education. The aim of the Blood Money Campaign is to stop all payments to the illegal Myanmar Junta particularly those from the Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise also known as MOGE. They are calling on companies to freeze all payments to MOGE and instead keep the funds in an Escrow Account (until the civilian government is reinstated) in order to help the Revolution in Myanmar succeed. Here he shares his own personal insights into the situation in Myanmar while also sharing the goals and strategies of the Blood Money Campaign.


    The ah nah: Conversations with Myanmar podcast was born from a desire to bring into public consciousness the atrocities that are currently being committed in Myanmar (also known as Burma). Our goal is simply to keep the conversation going, and to let the people of Myanmar know that they have not been forgotten. You can continue to support the people of Myanmar by keeping this conversation going. You can subscribe to this podcast on all major podcasting apps, including Apple, Spotify and Acast. You can also follow us on all our social media pages, linked below. If you’d like to reach out, please email us or fill out this form to add your voice to the conversation (https://tinyurl.com/3ee7ssm9).


    Credits:

    Song: Kabar Makyay Bu (Until the End of the World), was written and recorded by Naing Myanmar, it became the revolutionary anthem of the 1988 pro-democracy movement and could be heard once again all over Myanmar during the 2021 Coup. Naing Myanmar maintains that the song is no longer his, since the '88 uprising “it belongs to everyone”.

    Graphics: SelinaXin

    Sound Effects: https://mixkit.co


    **Special thanks to Tin Maung and the team at Blood Money Campaign who continue to advocate and campaign for non violent resistance against the Myanmar Junta. We are so grateful to Tin for adding his voice to the conversation, you can follow the blood Money Campaign on Facebook @BloodMoneyCampaignMM and on Twitter @bloodmoney22222


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