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  • Natural Resource Management

    Natural Resource Management

    Globally it is clear that the political problems resulting from natural resources are much more common in countries with weak political institutions and a lack of checks and balances. Myanmar is blessed with an abundance of natural resources.

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  • Rights

    Rights

    Rights can be defined the moral or legal entitlement to have or do something. Human rights can be simply defined as: "Basic standards aimed at securing dignity and equality for all." They are covered by many different declarations and covenants.

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  • Economic Justice

    Economic Justice

    Spectrum's philosophy is that rich natural resource wealth should be shared by all citizens. Through our projects covering revenue transparency, budget transparency, taxation reform, integrity building and countering corruption, Spectrum promotes economic justice.

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  • Cross Cutting Sector

    Cross Cutting Sector

    There are many important cross-cutting areas – like gender, inclusion, energy and education. Our specific research and promotion work on the insects for food and feed sector involves all.

     

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News

BUDGET TRANSPARENCY SCORE & CITIZENS’ BUDGET VIDEO:

01/09/2020

Myanmar has made substantial progress in budget transparency score, with many opportunitities remaining for improvement

First Step of Cooking Energy Improvement in Kachin IDP Camps

17/08/2020

First Step of Cooking Energy Improvement in Kachin IDP Camps

It is now more difficult to find fire wood in forest- rich in Kachin State. It is even more challenging for people living in IDP camps.

ENERGY AND GREEN GROWTH ADVISOR

14/07/2020

Spectrum – Sustainable Development Knowledge Network (hereafter “Spectrum”) is a non-governmental organisation established in 2007 that promotes constructive engagement on the issues of natural resources, human rights and economic justice in Myanmar.

STOP Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

13/07/2020

Humanitarian and developement workers are not allowe to have sexual relationship with anyone uner the age of 18, even if it is legal in their country. Saying they did not know the...

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