The ASEAN Conference on Social Entrepreneurship brought 50 ASEAN social enterprises (SE) and 100 public-private sector partners together in Singapore to connect and engage in collaborative problem solving for the region.
The scholarship, Mario Wibowo said, had definitely opened the door of opportunities. He was a recipient of the Chulabhorn Graduate Institute (CGI)-ASEAN Foundation Scholarship from Indonesia. Wibowo was grateful that the scholarship opened the door of opportunities. He shared that he received offers from two universities in Australia and New Zealand to pursue a fully-funded doctoral degree shortly after the completion of his studies at the CGI.
Following the successful First ASEAN Foundation Model ASEAN Meeting (AFMAM) in 2015 held in Malaysia coinciding with the 27th ASEAN Summit, this year’s AFMAM will be taking place in Vientiane, Lao PDR on 1 – 7 October 2016. Vientiane is chosen because Lao PDR is the current ASEAN Chair.
Guangxi (25/07) - This year marks the 25th anniversary of the ASEAN – China Dialogue Relations.
The commemorative theme is education exchange and the First China Model ASEAN Meeting is the platform to promote the Model ASEAN Meeting (MAM) programme to Chinese students and partnering with China education institutions.
Singapore, 21 July 2016 – 50 developed social enterprises and 30 private-public sector partners from around the region will participate in the ASEAN Conference on Social Entrepreneurship. The conference is the first of its kind on such a scale for Southeast Asian social entrepreneurs and will be held from 21 to 22 July 2016 in NUS Business School, Singapore.
The Chulabhorn Graduate Institute (CGI) and the ASEAN Foundation (AF) have entered into an agreement to develop highly qualified human resources in the area of science and technology within ASEAN Member States through the Chulabhorn Graduate Institute - ASEAN Foundation Post-graduate Scholarship Programme in Science and Technology.
Jakarta (01/07)– On 27 June 2016, the Human Rights Resource Centre (HRRC) hosted a Dialogue Forum with representatives of ASEAN to present the findings from a civil society consultation held in May in Bangkok: Introduction to ASEAN Community 2025: Engaging a Wider Stakeholdership in Enhancing Regional Peace and Security, That two-day consultation aimed to explore the potential roles and contributions of faith-based groups to the ASEAN 2025 Blueprints.
Since he stopped using chemicals over three-decades, Supit Oamnapa is now renowned for his ecological farming system—an innovative work that has brought him a national award in rice production in Thailand. But it was on this day that his work would be regionally, or even globally, recognised. With help from a trainer, Supit set up his first social media account — Facebook.
The event, he said, was definitely an eye-opener. Having no background in public policy, Kim Soon Tan had little knowledge on how ASEAN policies are made—like most of ASEAN nationals at the outer circle. Some may think that, as ASEAN is a regional institution, its member states cooperatively resolve their problems.