On 4-5 February 2017, I ran a workshop on 'Principles and Processes of Constitution-making' for a select group of participants in Myanmar. The course included discussion on the role and function of a constitution, types of constitutional change, common processes in constitution-making, and public participation in constitutional reform, with reflection on comparative experiences and the case of Myanmar. This workshop was organized as part of a program run by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA).
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