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Inception Seminar for Work Plan 2021 and Training of Trainers Component
KAS-PDA’s Business for Social and Environmental Development Project
The Population and Community Development Association or PDA will hold an internal seminar to explain about the activity plan and budget as well as to recheck the preparedness of each Community-based Integrated Rural Development (CBIRD) Centre for this year’s implementation. Also at this event, there’s a workshop session aiming at training the responsible staffs to equip with lecturing skills and to understand deeply about the essence of the project. This will assist them in approaching the new audiences in the target groups more effectively which will fulfil the project’s objectives in the long run.
Green Recovery: Moving beyond the Pandemic
Year-end Dialouge and Photo Essay Exhibition
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is pleased to invite you to: 2020 Year-end Dialogue: Green Recovery: Moving beyond the Pandemic Photo Essay Exhibition: Through the Hard Time
Proactive Legislation News Reporting through the Era-5.0 Media
Seminar for parliamentary officials
The Secretariat of the National Assembly by the Public Relations Bureau will hold a full-day seminar aiming to enhance the skills of the parliamentary officials in handling the legislative supporting tasks especially the promotion of the legislation news.
Decade of Thai Local Government (2010 - 2020) and Provincial Election on December 20, 2020
Seminar in Chiang Mai, Thailand
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is pleased to invite you to Seminar on: Decade of Thai Local Government (2010 - 2020) and Provincial Election on December 20, 2020 Chiang Mai University| Wednesday, December 9, 2020 | 8:30-16:30
Europe's Recovery and Responsibility in the World – A Dialogue with European and Thai Partners
Panel Discussion and Reception
Turning the Covid-19 crisis into an opportunity to reaffirm Europe as a strong and united community, the European Council in July adopted a historic and extraordinary package of 750 billion Euro, in an unprecedented effort to cope with the political, economic, and societal fallouts of the global pandemic.
Enhancing Digital Government Capacity for Local Government Officials
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, it is more important than ever for the local administrative organisations in Thailand to deliver the public services efficiently for the benefits of the citizens. Besides, to achieve the key objective of the good governance, the policy formulation and implementation have to involve the citizens in the process. The questions are how well the local governments connect to the people in the areas and how responsive the public services can be in this challenging time.
The Environmental Challenges under Thailand’s Constitutions: Progress and Setbacks
Media Dialogue 8
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is pleased to invite you to: Media Dialogue 8: The Environmental Challenges under Thailand’s Constitutions: Progress and Setbacks
Civic Education - The People Participation and Role of the Parliamentary Committee
The Parliamentary Committee on Court Affairs, State Enterprises, Independent Organs, Public Organizations, and the Fund of the House of Representatives
The seminar organized by the parliamentary committee on CISEP aims to enable the participants to realize the importance of exercising the power of the people through the parliamentary committee. The committee will also bring information, comments, and suggestions from the participants into the consideration of the relevant actions.
The Local Elections 2020 in Thailand
Seminars for Decentralization Promotion
Thailand is expecting the local elections for the first time since the year 2014. The cabinet has recently approved the first holding of the elections for the chief executives of the provincial administration organizations across the country. The holding will happen on 20th December 2020. After that, in the year 2021, the local elections in other administration levels will gradually follow. One of the important factors for the success of the elections is the understanding of the new local election laws among the local administrative officials, the people, and related stakeholders.
Open and Innovative Government in Thailand
Seminar for Fostering Innovative Future
The public management worldwide has been evolved through the principles and theories raised during many periods. The governments have adjusted themselves into the result-oriented management additional to the conventional principles like the ideal-typed bureaucracy or machinelike administration which sometimes obstructed the policy implementation. The new way of public management has supported the governments in actualizing the public services and achieving the expected outcomes. Nevertheless, the world has changed into the digital age enabling the people to monitor the governments’ performances more closely. To possess the good governance, the result-oriented management is not enough anymore; the public participation by the usage of the open data in the policy formulation process becomes more necessary and compulsory.