About our project
MyConstitution supports partners in Myanmar to strengthen their expertise on constitution building with a view to building a home-grown, well-informed, and inclusive constitutional culture that contributes to democratic transition. We do this by providing:
On-demand expert advisory services to those involved in negotiations and decision-makings relating to constitution building.
Tailored learning on a range of relevant constitutional and governance issues relevant to the context of Myanmar and based on comparative experiences from around the world.
Safe spaces and opportunities for dialogue on constitutional issues, including their links to democratization, good governance, and inclusion
Knowledge materials and research on constitutional and governance issues in Myanmar language
Practical tools and support to adapt well-established assessment methodologies to the Myanmar context.
MyConstitution targets a range of stakeholders, including interim governance institutions, political parties, members of parliament, ethnic armed groups, media, and civil society organizations (CSOs).
About International IDEA Myanmar
International IDEA works with democratic stakeholders in Myanmar to consolidate the transition to democracy, contributing to strengthening of constitutional expertise, state-building, and governance in the country. International IDEA established its country presence in Myanmar in 2012. In response to the February 2021 military coup, International IDEA has temporarily closed its offices in Yangon and Naypyitaw and provides its democracy assistance from outside the country.
International IDEA Myanmar
MyConstitution is funded by: