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The "Budget Guide for Decision Makers" is released! To join the distribution list for a printed copy during an initial free launch period, contact: spectrum.adm@gmail.com

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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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  • Other Sectors

    Other Sectors

    There are many important cross-cutting areas – like gender, energy and education. These three have particular focus in Spectrum's programme and are strongly interlinked with our emphasis on resources, rights and justice.

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News

ELECTRICITY: Policy Directions for Myanmar’s Energy Future

13/11/2017

ELECTRICITY: Policy Directions for Myanmar’s Energy Future

SUMMARISING “TOWARDS ‘PEOPLE-CENTRED’ ENERGY POLICY” CONFERENCE OUTCOMES

ELECTRICITY: The View from CSOs and Intra-community Issues

13/11/2017

ELECTRICITY: The View from CSOs and Intra-community Issues

A briefing paper based on primary research from the Karen and Kachin regions of Myanmar exploring how CSOs use and desire to use electricity and to understand people in these regions’ self-perceived...

Women and Electrification: What Women Want Electricity For

13/11/2017

Women and Electrification: What Women Want Electricity For

A briefing paper based on primary research conducted in the Karen and Kachin regions to examine how differing levels of access to electricity influenced life in semi-rural and rural Myanmar.

Developing a renewable energy policy for Myanmar: Insights from the 2014 census

29/10/2017

Developing a renewable energy policy for Myanmar: Insights from the 2014 census

"Our recent work on mapping census information relevant to energy usage gives many new insights. It maps grid electricity access for lights, generator use, battery use, solar use, small hydro, candle use...

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