• Myanmar roundtable at ANU

    The new Myanmar Ambassador to Australia, H.E. U Tha Aung Nyun attended a student roundtable hosted by Dr. Nicholas Farrelly, Director of the ANU Myanmar Research Centre.

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  • Learning from the success of a 'hack challenge'

    In support of Myanmar’s general elections in 2015, Australia helped fund The Asia Foundation to run the MaePaySoh (Let’s Vote) Hack Challenge.

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  • Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) releases new publication

    With the support of Australia, CPCS released 'We Want Genuine Peace – Voices of communities from Myanmar’s ceasefire areas 2015'.

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  • Australia supports livelihoods and food security in Myanmar

    LIFT supports the transformation of Myanmar’s rural economy bringing a better life to millions of people in need.

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About Myanmar

Australia has had diplomatic relations with Myanmar since 1952. Myanmar, one of the poorest countries in the region, is undergoing an unprecedented, complex and challenging set of reforms: a transition to democracy; economic reform; and peace negotiations to end decades of conflict with the country’s ethnic armed groups.

Australia is working to broaden and deepen our bilateral partnership with Myanmar through strengthening government-to-government ties, growing trade and investment and expanding people-to-people links. This is underpinned by Australia’s development assistance that aims to support Myanmar’s reform process by improving the quality of education; promoting peace and stability; and promoting inclusive economic growth and government management.

Last Updated: 18 September 2014