PEN Myanmar: Free Expression Score Card

The new democratically elected government of Myanmar needs to make significantly more progress reforming laws regarding media, digital freedom, and other rights if free expression is to be fully… More

Interview: Myanmar PEN’s Nay Phone Latt

PEN International's Sarah Clarke catches up with Nay Phone Latt at the Internet Governance Forum (IFG) in Indonesia to talk about the impact of the political changes in Myanmar… More

Nay Phone Latt | Status: Released | Myanmar

Nay Phone Latt, an influential Burmese blogger and poet, was released on January 13, 2013, during a widespread amnesty. He had spent nearly four years behind bars for his… More

Two More Writers Released in Large-Scale Amnesty

MYANMARPEN International is delighted to learn that two more writers were released on January 13, 2012, as part of a presidential amnesty. Journalist and poet Zaw Thet Htwe and… More

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