Documentary film: " Where Have All the Fish Gone"
I would like to invite you to join the documentary film ‘Where Have All the Fish Gone’ by Tom Fawthrop screening at self-access centre, British Council Library. The details are as follow;May 23, 2013 Read More »
Information from BHR
It might be of interest to you. Here I attach the e book of Asean baseline study on business and human rights specifically focusing on the first pillar of the UN guiding principles.May 23, 2013 Read More »
Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) Report
The Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) Program was founded in 2001 as a multi-donor partnership between seven donor agencies and international financial institutions to assess the condition of country public expenditure, procurement and financial accountability systems and develop a practical sequence for reform and capacity-building actions. A Steering Committee comprising these agencies manages the Program, while the Secretariat implements the PEFA activities.May 22, 2013 Read More »
Training from iPACE
iPACE will provide education and training courses to Burmese leaders involved in political parties, labor movements and civil society. Courses will increase the knowledge and practical application of fundamental democratic principles and promote citizen engagement to inform more representative, accountable governance.May 22, 2013 Read More »
Training of Trainers (ToT) Seminars from German Agency for International Cooperation
In cooperation with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) the SMEs Development Centre of the Ministry of Industry offers Training of Trainers (ToT) Seminars to qualify individuals to become trainers for start-ups and entrepreneurship.May 22, 2013 Read More »
Internship Opportunity from "Project Hub Yangon"
Project Hub Yangon is offering a full-time, 3-month, paid internship to a Myanmar national with good English language skills and some relevant experience. Project Hub Yangon is a new co-working space and business incubator in Yangon. We’re building a community of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and start-up enthusiasts that wish to build sustainable businesses that will create value and solve some of Myanmar's pressing problems.May 20, 2013 Read More »
Book Launching "Time to Listen, Hearing People on the Receiving End of International Aid"
I am pleased to invite you to a discussion and the launch of the Myanmar translation of the book "Time to Listen, Hearing People on the Receiving End of International Aid, Thursday 23rd May 10'00 to 12'00 at the LRC. The Local Resource Center and the INGO Forum invites you to hear more and to discuss evidence and analysis published in “Time to Listen.” This could be the opportunity to discuss "the implications from what we have heard people across the 20 countries we visited, particularly given the transition occurring in Burma/Myanmar and the influx of aid agencies", quoting Dayna Brown. Dayna Brown, the Director of the Listening Program at CDA Collaborative Learning Projects will present some of the findings from the Listening Exercise led by CDA in Burma/Myanmar in 2009, which is part of the evidence base for the book.May 17, 2013 Read More »
Share Space: Possible Lesson Learnt from Human Rights Experiences from South Africa and China
Matt Rooney, veteran trial lawyer and human rights/rule of law legal consultant will lead the discussion on May 18, 2 to 4 pm at Local Resource Centre.May 16, 2013 Read More »
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