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Wai Wai Nu was born on 1987 in Buthidaung, Myanmar (Burma), is a Political activist. Discover Wai Wai Nu's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 33 years old?

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Occupation Political activist
Age 34 years old
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Birthplace Buthidaung, Myanmar (Burma)
Nationality Burmese

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Wai Wai Nu Net Worth

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Wai Wai Nu has also spoken at many organizations. In 2017, she spoke to the Oslo Freedom Forum. She also has advocate at United Nation on human rights situation in Burma. Wai Wai Nu has been invited to both the United States White House and the United States Congress. As of 2017, Wai Wai Nu was earning her Master of Laws degree from the University of California, Berkeley.


In 2015, Wai Wai Nu was named one of the Top 100 Global Thinkers by Foreign Policy Magazine. Also in 2015, she participated in the inaugural class of a training program for young leaders held at the George W. Bush Presidential Center. The program, called the Liberty and Leadership Forum, was focused on democratic transition training. In 2016, she was named one of Salt and Diageo's 100 Inspiring Women by Salt Magazine. In 2017, she was named one of the Next Generation Leaders by Time magazine. In 2018, she received the Hillary Clinton Award from Georgetown University.


When Wai Wai Nu was 18 years old in 2005, her parents and all their children were arrested. She was in her second year of law school at Yangon East university. Her father had been voted in as a member of Parliament in the 1990 general election, but the military junta refused to recognize the election as he was the member of an opposition party. The family did not have any legal representation, and the judge did not take any notes during the trial. Her parents and siblings, along with Wai Wai Nu, were convicted of breaking the immigration law named a threat to the state She was sentenced to 17 years in Insein Prison in Yangon; she was kept in a large room together with her sister and mother while her father received a sentence 47 years in solitary confinement, and her brother was sent to a separate prison. While in prison, Wai Wai Nu spoke to women imprisoned with her, and learned their stories, later calling her imprisonment a "life education." The whole family was freed in January 2012, at the age of 25 after president Thein Sein declared amnesty. Her sister contracted Hepatitis C and father developed a heart condition due to bad prison conditions.


Wai Wai Nu was born on 1987 in Buthidaung, Rakhine State, Myanmar to Rohingya parents. She grew up in Buthidaung. Her family moved to Yangon in 1993 because of her father's political activism; Kyaw Min continually fought for labor rights and was harassed by the junta. Wai Wai Nu was admitted into the University of East Yangon to study law at age 16.