The Hanns Seidel Foundation, in cooperation with School of Political and Social Science, the University of Phayao, organized a workshop on “Best Practice of Social Enterprise Empowering by Local Government” on 24 – 26 November 2020 at Chiang Mai. This is the fourth and the last workshop in the series of local innovation held in the northern part of Thailand.
The CBD Regional Core Group in Region VI, which is convened by the Commission on Human Rights (CHR)-VI (Western Visayas) has adopted a strategy to institutionalize the Community-based Dialogue (CBD) mechanism in the region down to the provincial level to reach out to more communities and at the same time help maximize local opportunities and address logistical concerns. This also enables the project to facilitate/encourage the participation of local government units (LGUs) including local special bodies existing in the areas.
The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) Region VI in cooperation with the PROCESS Foundation Panay held a one-day CBD institutionalization-localization workshop for the province of Antique on 04 November 2020 as part of continuing efforts to expand the CBD mechanism throughout the region down to the provincial level.
As partners, the Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC) and the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) promote the training philosophy of the Bavarian Police which incorporate knowledge of the law, adequate training skills, and effective communication all aspects of training for police commissioned officers.
As partners, School of Political and Social Science, University of Phayao and the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) organized a workshop on “Becoming a Versatile Leader with 21st Century Competencies” in order to provide essential skills for local leaders in the North of Thailand to be state-of-art in the 21st century. These abilities will empower them to be potential and multitalented leaders which are a necessary key for the development of Thailand.