The Myanmar Program and Civil Society in Thailand Program 説明会
This program introduces a country which, while least-developed economically, is rich in culture, and is now undergoing a transition to a more democratic nation. Through many meetings with local students, staff of NPOs, diplomats at the Japanese Embassy and others, the program studies important political, economic and social issues. After a preliminary set of meetings in Bangkok, the group explores Yangon, Mandalay and Bagan in Myanmar. The group, mostly Japanese, will also include students from National Taiwan University and Chulalongkorn University (Thailand). August 22-September 6, 2012.
For details, see http://learning-across-borders.org/burma
CIVIL SOCIETY IN THAILAND PROGRAM:
This program explores how Thailand’s civil society solves important social problems. The group meets with staffs of a wide range of organizations: Ashoka (which first promoted the concept of social entrepreneur), an organization working in a Bangkok slum, groups providing education to the large number of Burmese (Myanmar) migrants and refugees, and those promoting environmentally-sound farming methods. The program takes place in Bangkok and Chiang Mai (northern Thailand) and includes an equal number of Burmese (Myanmar) and Japanese students; it is held during the week of the Mita Festival.
For details, see http://learning-across-borders.org/thailand
慶應義塾大学 日吉キャンパス 第４校舎独立館地下1階
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