Seng Mai Aung is a Program Officer for Myanmar at the Institute for Global Engagement (IGE). Before joining IGE, she worked at the UNESCO-APCEIU in Seoul, Republic of Korea, where she organized training workshops for educators from the Asia-Pacific region and Africa on peace education, human rights, cultural diversity, and education for international understanding. Seng has a BA in Korean Language from the Yangon University of Foreign Languages, a BA in English Literature under the Religious Studies Program at the Myanmar Institute of Theology, and a MA in Educational Administration and Higher Education from Korea University. She was invited as a visiting scholar at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies of Brigham Young University in 2018. She also consults for NGOs and INGOs working in Myanmar on programs related to policy studies on religious freedom and religious persecution of minorities in Myanmar. Currently, she is studying at Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School for a Juris Doctor degree.
Talk About posts by Seng Mai Aung:
Religious Freedom in Difficult Places (with Brett G. Scharffs)