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Jinghpaw Laika Ningja

Jinghpaw Laika Ningja

Ndau Laika

Jinghpaw Laika 125 ning jubili măsat Jinghpaw laili laika ningja mădun ai lămang hpe gălaw sa wa na ré. Amyu ru-sai, bawsang, măkam măsham hpung, mungdan nga shăra n ginhka ai, Jinghpaw laika myit lawm ai ni yawng shang lawm mai ai.

Ningja mădun lămang hpe ninggam (3) gălaw sa wa na ré. Ninggam shăgu hta, shang lawm ai ni yawng kumhpa hkam la lu na rai. Ningtawn ai ni gaw shăgrau shăa hkrum na sha n-ga, Jinghpaw laili laika hpungjat lămang ni hta shang lawm lu nhtawm, hpang na Ninggam de mătut shang lawm lu na ré.

Ninggam (I) Lămang hpe lăwu na măhkyen hte măren gălaw sa wa na ré. 

Ninggam I

Laili Laika Hpan: Gashăgawp, Sumroi, Sumrai
Laika-ngau Hkap La Aten: 10 – 31 May 2020

Laika-ngau Shăgun na mătu
Email: JinghpawLaika125@gmail.com
Hkringdat: Kachinland College, SNS-56 Shatapru, Myitkyina, Kachin State
Tel: 09978377222


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‘Nogmung Education Centre’ OPEN NOW!

‘Nogmung Education Centre’ OPEN NOW!

Dedicated and inaugurated on 25th December 2018
The centre is under the management and authority of ‘Nogmung Education Committee’ of leaders from all denominations in Nogmung Township.
KSAS is honoured to take facilitation role in the construction of the centre, training and providing teachers, and channelling the support from our friends in and out of the country.
Classes for the students in Nogmung commences in January. Lahpai Sut Awng (DLA 2018) and Mayit Yin Zi Sar (JCF 2018) will provide English Language class, IT Literacy, and Health Education. Including KARATE class!
Donation are Welcome: Funding for solar electricity system package, furnitures, resources for education. All the donation for the centre will be disclosed on our website.

Politics of Citizenship and Democratization

Politics of Citizenship and Democratization

About Faculty

Dr. Kristin Stokke is a professor at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo Norway. Please see his details of his academic works at: Prof. Kristian Stokke’s Profile

Course content

This course offers a general introduction to three closely related themes in political studies: citizenship, political movements and democratization. These theoretical introductions will be used to analyze historical and contemporary politics of citizenship and democratization in Myanmar.

The starting point for the course is that a broad notion of citizenship provides a framework for identifying different forms of injustice – cultural, legal, social and political exclusion – and examining how they are interrelated. Such grievances give rise to various forms of political movements and strategies to redress injustices. The course thus proceeds to examine the mobilization, strategies and spaces of movements that politicize different forms of injustice. Thereafter, the course turns to the question of democratization and how political reforms may offer formal or substantive answers to problems of injustice and movement claims for justice. This final section thus focuses on the causes, modes and outcomes of democratic transitions. It especially discusses the extent to which democratization contributes to substantive political representation, power-sharing and democratic governance of public affairs. Throughout the course, the conceptual introductions are used for the purpose of gaining a better understanding of the historical and contemporary politics of citizenship, democracy, peace and federalism in Myanmar.

The teaching will consist of dialog-based lectures and seminar discussions on theoretical and contextual questions. The course consists of 40 hours of teaching, organized as two weeks of intensive teaching.

The first week will focus primarily on citizenship and movement politics, while the second week will focus on democratization, political representation, conflict resolution and power-sharing.

Learning outcome

The course is designed to give the students theoretical and contextual understanding of key political themes in contemporary Myanmar, especially citizenship, movement politics, democratization, power-sharing and peace. The course participants shall attain:

  • A good overview of key concepts and debates on citizenship, movement politics, and democratization
  • A good understanding of how these concepts and debates are relevant to the politics of citizenship and democratization in Myanmar
  • Critical reflexivity around the form, substance and political dynamics of citizenship and democratization
  • Ability to understand and critically assess theoretical and contextual studies on citizenship, movement politics and democratization
  • Ability to engage in scholarly discussion on these issues

Course certificate/Examination

The students will be issued a course certificate based on attendance and active participation in the teaching activities.

Course Information

  • Medium of Instruction: English (No translation available)
  • Minimum Requirement for Admission: English Proficiency (Upper Intermediate)
  • Total Hours: 40 hours
  • Credits: 4
  • Class Sessions: 09:00 – 17:00
  • Duration:
    • Teaching week 1: October 1-5 2018
    • Teaching week 2: November 19-23 2018
  • Admission Fees to the Single Subject Certificate: 20,000 Ks.
  • Deposit : 40,000 Ks.  (rebate upon finishing the course successfully)
Conflict Transformation

Conflict Transformation

Course Description:

This course is aimed at liberating mind from our imprisoned ways of thinking and perception. Our imprisoned ways of thinking often create and aggravate conflicts and clashes among people. Conflict transformation, therefore, may take place when our imprisoned mindset is freed and liberated.  In this course, self-awareness, community-building, friendship, dynamics of conflicts, creative thinking, non-violent ways of dealing with conflicts, negotiation, facilitation, Non-violent communication, forgiveness are touched up in depth.

The underlying pedagogic principle of this course is experiential learning. Experiential learning refers to a process of learning from experience. It is an ongoing iterative process through which participants interact with social reality, reflect on their experiences to make sense of reality, and apply their learning to their social practice in such a way as to facilitate continuous assessment and reassessment. Thus, Experiential learning involves listening, speaking, observing, tasting, smelling, moving, touching, feeling, thinking, imagining, and undertaking a range of other creative processes conducive to a holistic human experience of learning. (UNESCO peace education manual)

While experiential learning does not preclude lecturing as a method of instruction, it emphasizes student-centered participatory learning that goes beyond lecturing and listening. This means encouraging all participants to take charge of their own learning processes, instead of assuming that knowledge comes from teachers alone. (UNESCO peace education manual)

About the Instructor

Fr. Aloysius Bi, (Tu Ni) is current Peace and Reconciliation Officer of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) for both Kachin and Kayah States. He has experience in facilitating psycho-spritual workshops for Indonesian, Vietnamese and Thai women migrants who had trauma from sexual and domestic violences. He designed and facilitated daily healing sessions for youth using arts, music, sport and communication. He received his Master of Arts in Peace Studies from University of Notre Dame, USA, Master of Divinity and Bachelor of Sacred Theology from Fujen Bellarmino Theologate, Taiwan, and Master of Philosophy from Ateneo De Manila University, Philippines.

Course Information

  • Medium of Instruction: English (No translation available)
  • Minimum Requirement for Admission: English Proficiency (Upper Intermediate)
  • Total Hours: 40 hours
  • Credits: 4
  • Class Sessions: 09:00 – 12:00 (Saturday)
  • Duration: Begins on August 25th – December 15th
  • Recess Weeks: October 1st to November 3rd
  • Admission Fees to the Single Subject Certificate: 20,000 Ks.
  • Deposit : 40,000 Ks.  (rebate upon finishing the course successfully)