Dr Su Yin Htun

Lecturer

Dr SU YIN HTUN is a lecturer of the department of Law at Mandalay University, Myanmar. She was appointed as a tutor at Meikhtilar University in 2005, and then promoted as assistant lecturer at Taunggyi University. Next, she has been transferred as lecturer from Taunggyi University to Mandalay University. Her work experience on teaching is over twelve years. She got the LLB in 2004, LLM in 2006 and PhD in 2016. She has got Fulbright Scholarship from US Government of State. She has been participated in the internal seminar and international workshops. She did the paper presentations as follows:

1. Bilateral Cooperation on Anti-trafficking in Persons between the Kingdom of Thailand and The Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Seminar of Taunggyi University Anniversary in 2014)
2. Social Protection; Health Protection on Mine Workers in Myanmar (Workshop of Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Cambodia in 2015)
3. Legal Protection on Internally Displaced Persons in Myanmar (Research Fellowship Programme of Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund, Sweden in 2015)
4. Legal Issues on the Investment Relation between the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Research Fellowship Programme of Central European University in Budapest, Hungary in 2016)
5. Legal Protection Afforded to Women against Domestic Violence in Myanmar (Workshop of Asia Association of Women Studies in Hanoi, Vietnam in 2016 and Seminar of the Department of Historical Research and National Library, Yangon in 2018)
6. Environmental Issues and Human Rights (Weekly Seminar at the University of Mandalay, 2017)
7. Environmental Issues on the Mining Activities in Myanmar (17th Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, University of Yangon, 2017)
8. Internal Displacement caused by Environmental Degradations in Myanmar (Regional Knowledge Conference at the University of Mandalay, 2017)
9. Legal Preservation on Cultural and Natural Heritages in Mandalay Region, Myanmar (2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies, University of Mandalay, 2018)
10. Human Rights Education in Myanmar (25th Anniversary of Department of Law at University of Mandalay, 2018)
11. The Impact of Tourism on Child’s Cultural Rights in Myanmar (Group Research with Vietnamese Researchers under the SHAPESEA, 2018)
12. Legal Issues Regarding Human Rights Impacts of Stateless Persons in Rakhine State, Myanmar (Fulbright Scholarship at Columbia University of US, 2018)
13. ‘LEGAL ISSUES OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN MYANMAR MINING SECTOR’ (Doctoral research which is done within 2011-2016)

Research Interest
1. International Human Rights Law
2. Constitutional Law
3. Foreign Investment Law

Teaching Area
1. Human Rights Law
2. Constitutional Law
3. Administrative Law

Research Publication
1. Legal Protection Afforded to Women against Domestic Violence in Myanmar ( www.aaws07.org.), (Department of Historical Research and National Library Press Journal, 2018),Korean Language translation, (Our Voices 2: Women’s Body, Sexuality,and Violence in Asia, Edited by Eun-Shil Kim, Lee Myoung Sun Lee, JieunRoh, Asian Center for Wome’s Studies, EwhaWomans University, Seoul: EwhaWomans University Press, January, 2019),
2. Legal Preservation on Cultural and Natural Heritages in Mandalay Region, Myanmar(ICBMS, 2nd Online publication (still proceeding))
3. Environmental Issues on the Mining Activities in Myanmar (17th Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, University of Yangon, 2017)(still proceeding))
4. The Impact of Tourism on Child’s Cultural Rights in Myanmar (Group Research with Vietnamese Researchers under the SHAPESEA, 2018)(still proceeding)
5. Internal Displacement caused by Environmental Degradation in Myanmar, Mandalay University Research Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2017

Dr Su Yin Htun
Staff Information
Campus Address
Department of Law, University of Mandalay
Department
Law
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