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  • Biodiversity, Human Rights and Business in Myanmar

    This briefing paper explores the relationship between biodiversity, human rights, society and business in Myanmar, with particular reference to the oil and gas, mining and touri...

  • Monitoring the implementation of SDG 16 for peaceful, just and inclusive societies

    The Sustainable Development Goal 16 recognizes the centrality of governance-informed development to ensure that societies’ aspirations for higher access and quality of public se...

  • Resistance and Reclamation: A study of joint CSO / local group efforts to contest land grabs in Myanmar’s rural communities

    This research in Ayeyawaddy and Kachin suggests that trainings on knowledge about new laws and policies pertaining to land issues can be used by regional CSOs in partnership wit...

  • A Strategic Agricultural Sector and Food Security Diagnostic for Myanmar

    Despite its enormous potential, Myanmar’s agriculture has underperformed over the past fifty years. Today, per capita earnings in agriculture average roughly $200 a year, one-ha...

  • Measuring Myanmar’s starting point for the Sustainable Development Goals

    To monitor and evaluate the implementation of the SDGs, reliable and accurate data that reflect the current situations of the country is indispensible. Hence, this “Baseline Dat...

  • The Sustainable Development Report 2019: Thailand

    The Sustainable Development Report 2019 presents the SDG Index and Dashboards for all UN member states and frames the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ...

  • Revenues and expenditures of municipal/ district administration (2020)

    These budget books were attached to Prakas No. 1457 dated December 30, 2019 of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, which shown the revenue and expenditure management of the mun...

  • Data for Development: The Road Ahead

    This report is the result of the Data, Artificial Intelligence and Society workshop that took place in Montevideo, Uruguay in March 2020 and was co-hosted by ILDA and IDRC. The ...

  • Key lessons learnt on promoting water cooperation

    A summary of key lessons learnt on promoting water cooperation. The lessons are organized around two key issues: tools for enabling and sustaining cooperation and tools for impr...

  • The Right Infrastructure In The Right Place, At The Right Time, For The Right Reasons

    In July 2019, MasTeam was successfully shortlisted for the finals of the Taiwan Presidential Hackathon. Our team members from the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Plan...

  • Build Better, Build Right: A New Tool for Sustainable, Climate-Resilient Infrastructure

    Honduras is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to the effects of climate change. With rising temperatures, it has borne the brunt of ever more frequent severe weather ...

  • Thailand Issues Third COVID-19 Stimulus Package

    On April 7, 2020, the Thai government issued its third stimulus package worth 1.9 trillion baht (US$58 billion) to mitigate the economic impact caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. ...

  • Solidarity in precarity: food delivery riders in Thailand’s gig economy

    A summary of our recent research, originally published on newmandada.org. On-demand food delivery apps are booming in Thailand, where consumption patterns offer a readily fer...

  • Informal Workers in Urban Thailand: A Statistical Snapshot

    The Government of Thailand has put in place programmes that extend social security coverage to workers in the informal economy. Additional legal protections are provided to dome...

  • Thailand’s Seafood Slaves: Human Trafficking, Slavery and Murder in Kantang’s Fishing Industry

    This report builds on over three years of in-depth research and field investigations to first expose abuse and then critically assess claims that slavery and 'pirate' fishing in...

  • ‘Whether you go illegally or legally in the end it’s the same, you’re cheated’ - A study of formal and informal recruitment practices of Lao workers migrating to Thailand

    The research presented in this report would not have been possible without the cooperation of numerous individuals, organisations, and companies. The research team is particular...

  • Rural-urban migration and employment quality: A case study from Thailand

    This study investigates the effects of rural–urban migration on economic development in Thailand. It draws upon a panel database of 2,000 rural households collected from 2008 to...

  • Open for Business: Colombia’s Data-Driven Procurement Reforms Increase Competition

    Open contracting helps Colombian governments boost participation & competitive tendering in a market where direct awards are common Urgency for reforms came from high-profile gr...

  • Up to 2.7 million Thai travel, hospitality and tourism workers unemployed by September

    The president of the Thai Tourism Industry Council says confidence among Thailand’s tourism business operators fell to the lowest level in a decade during the second quarter thi...

  • Laos kicks off new school year amid effective COVID-19 control

    Article from Xinhua Net announcing Laos school reopenings

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