Events - Foundation Office Thailand
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Recent Developments in Thai Local Government
Dialog zu den jüngsten Entwicklungen im Bereich der Kommunalverwaltung in Thailand - Perspektiven für die Zukunft
The Role of Constitutional Organs in Protecting the Rights and Liberties of the People
Dialogseminar der KAS-Bangkok in Kooperation mit dem Office of the Constitutional Court über die Rolle der unabhängigen Verfassungsorgane auf der Grundlage der thailändischen Verfassung (komparativer Ansatz)
"The State's Obligation in Promoting and Encouraging Public Participation and State Power Inspection"
Seminar der KAS-Bangkok und des Office of the Constitutional Court anläßlich des 4. Jahrestages des thailändischen Verfassungsgerichts
Decentralization and Education Management
An event of the Institute of Public Policy Studies in cooperation with the Local Development Center
New education laws require the cooperation between the state and civil society in local education management, which lead to anxiety of local educational personnel concerning the correlation between local authorities and school administrations.
Administrative Procedure Law in Thailand
A Conference of the Office of the Administrative Courts
Discussion of experiences and problems with the new Thai administrative procedure law among judges of the Supreme, the Central and the Regional Administrative Courts
Decentralization: "New Thinking - New Action" - But How?
A Conference on the Thai Government's Commitment to Local Government
What is the direction of the Thai Rak Thai government's policy concerning decentralization and local governments - or is there any? Is the "CEO Governor" a promising concept?
The Constitutional Right of Draft Law Submittance Through Petition
A Seminar of the Institute of Public Policy Studies and the Office of the Constitutional Court
The right to submit draft legislation through a petition, first introduced by the 1997 Constitution, needs more clarification and explanation in order to create more public awareness of this concept.
Monitoring and Evaluation of Tambon Administrative Organizations
A Seminar of the Institute of Public Policy Studies about Civil Society Leaders' Opinion on Decentralization
In the fiscal year 2002 almost 20% of the Thai national budget will be allocated to all local administrations. This ongoing process of decentralization requires concepts for monitoring and evaluation of appointed and elected community leaders.
Three Years Mission of the Independent Organizations
Is Political Reform Ongoing? A Seminar of the Institute of Public Policy Studies
Three years after the promulgation of the 1997 Constitution, several so-called independent organizations have been established. Has their performance kept the promises?