House of Commons: Committee Staff Skills Manual for Myanmar

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House of Commons: Committee Staff Skills Manual for Myanmar

November 04th, 2020

Published in 2019 as part of the House of Commons Hluttaw capacity-building project, this manual is designed to help Myanmar Hluttaw Research and Committee staff develop the skills needed to conduct high-quality research for Members. Whether the task is to write a briefing, identify potential stakeholders or investigate new topics of interest for Members or Committees, the skills covered in this manual will help staff produce research that is accurate, clear, impartial, and fully referenced.

The publication was developed by the House of Commons as part of their support towards Myanmar Parliaments under the FCDO-funded “Strengthening Governance and Accountability in Myanmar” programme, for which WFD is the main implementer. This House of Commons project is one of the components of our wider WFD Myanmar Programme

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