Announcements

UNDP Report Launch | Tolerance but not Inclusion

Join us for the launch of the report Tolerance but not inclusion: A national survey on experiences of discrimination and social attitudes towards LGBT people in Thailand, by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Thailand. The study is the most comprehensive ever conducted examining ...

Women in Tech: Build Sustainable Businesses, Cities and Societies through Technology

The event will be opened by several stakeholders, including ASEAN Secretariat and Digital Economy Promotion Agency (DEPA) Thailand. Then the event will be continued with Talk show about Women Use the Technology to Build Sustainable Businesses, Cities, and/or Societies. Then the event will be closed ...

Call for Applicants| Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact

Are you a young Indigenous person who is making a difference through social entrepreneurship and community building?Sign up for the Regional Dialogue on Indigenous Youth Social Entrepreneurship to be held on 20-22 January 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand!Due date: 27 November 2019To join, fill out the ...

Forum | Tolerance & Coexistence 2.

The Tolerance & Coexistence 2.0 Forum in Bangkok is concentrating on a specific area of capacity building, trying to enlarge the digital (social networks) footprint of those promoting tolerance, mutual understanding and coexistence while combating hatred, violence and disinformation. Talks and workshops will address Digital tools ...

FB live | Are the construction of the Sea wall and Offshore breakwater (without EIA approval) can cause more susceptible to erosion?

Believe it or not, more than 90 kilometers of Thailand’s coast has been eroding.Believe it or not, 1 in 3 of the coast that is eroded is caused by the construction of sea wall and offshore breakwater.Believe it or not, the construction of sea wall ...

Call for Applications | the Environmental Training Program, "Turning the Resource Crisis with a Circular Economy"

Department of Environmental Quality Promotion invites people who interested attend Environmental trainingCourse “Turn over the crisis of resources with renewable economy” between 19-21 November 2019At Don Muang Room 1-2, Amari Hotel, Don Mueang Airport, Bangkok– Free registration fee– trainees have to reserve a room and ...

World Environmental Education Congress

World Environmental Education Congress – WEEC – is an international congress addressing education for environment and sustainable development.The congress is an international meeting point for everyone working with education for environment and sustainable development, including  operation staff and executive of environmental safety, environmental CSR from ...

Workshop | Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Thailand 2019

Free and open source software for spatial workshops (FOSS4G) is a gathering space for experts, academicians, thinkers, geospatial technology developers, and related fields. To meet, exchange opinions and create new opportunities and ideas. The content in this event not only open the integration of programs ...

Silencing the Mekong

The making of Xayaburi dam from commencement to operations on 29th October 2019, the Xayaburi Hydropower Project on the Mekong in Laos will formally commence operations. As the first dam on the lower Mekong mainstream, this marks a turning point for the Mekong River.The event ...

Art Exhibition | Beached : a multimedia art installation exhibition for marine environment

“Beached” is a multimedia art installation exhibition for marine environment on theme ‘NEW WAVE, NEW WASTE’ that was created by a group of new generation artists. This exhibition focus on marine pollution through art and technology.Date: 19-20 October 2019Location: Zone Beacon 2, CentralWorldMore detail ...

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