1 – 3 April 2016
Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
The “Capacity Building and Professional Development of Water Governance and Regional Development Practitioners in the Mekong, Salween and Red river basins (MK31, 32 and 33)” project is working to strengthen the capacity for undertaking research and policy engagement of scholars and practitioners of water, land and energy use, management and governance in the Red, Mekong and Salween river basins. A particular cross-cutting focus of the project is research on gender and other forms of social marginalization. It also intends to build a learning community amongst these scholars and practitioners.
Through the16-month mentored fellowships, 12-13 research fellows from each river basin are working to produce timely and needed research. Their work is intended to be shared with government officials, researchers, civil society, community representatives and the private sector relevant to their particular research project. To this end, it is intended that the research help inform policy and practice… READ MORE
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