VIDEO: Journalists & Religious Leaders Reflect on Faith in Myanmar Media

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“Reflecting on Faith in Myanmar Media” panel. From left, U Aung Naing, Hindu community andExecutive committee member at Religions for Peace; U Aye Lwin, Chief Convener at the Islamic Centre of Myanmar and Founding Member, of Religions for Peace; U Myint Swe, President of Ratana Metta Organization and Chairman of Religions for Peace; Dr Saw Hlaing Bwa, Christian leader and Professor at the Myanmar Institute of Theology; and moderator U Myint Kyaw,  Secretary General of the Myanmar Journalist Network.

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“Reflecting on Faith in Myanmar Media” panel. From left, U Aung Naing, Hindu community andExecutive committee member at Religions for Peace; U Aye Lwin, Chief Convener at the Islamic Centre of Myanmar and Founding Member, of Religions for Peace; U Myint Swe, President of Ratana Metta Organization and Chairman of Religions for Peace; Dr Saw Hlaing Bwa, Christian leader and Professor at the Myanmar Institute of Theology; and moderator U Myint Kyaw, Secretary General of the Myanmar Journalist Network.

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Religion Newswriters Foundation gathered a panel of journalists and faith leaders representing Buddhism, Christianity, Islam and Hinduism to discuss how they see local media portrayals of faith in Myanmar.