“In the service of democracy, peace and development” – this is how the Hanns Seidel Foundation describes its mission and its work. These words apply to its activities in Germany – and of course particularly in Bavaria – and to its commitments abroad.Overview...
The HSF office in Indonesia was established in 1993. Since then projects and programs have been jointly implemented with domestic and international partners. The main pillars of HSF‘s work are the justice and democracy sectors, in which HSF focuses on training and capacity-building, exchange programmes,...Overview...
Lao PDR is a developing country with rapidly growing economy and social development. While living standards of the population have gradually improved, the gap between rich and poor is still wide. In the Socio-Economic Development Plan 2021-25, Laos defined the main goals of reforming its economic structure, aiming to further reduce...Overview...
Our first involvement to provide development assistance in Myanmar dates back to 1994 with capacity building activities for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at the time when Myanmar was preparing to apply for membership with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Many more activities were carried out...Overview...
The HSF has been active in the Philippines since 1979, extending development assistance to Philippine partner organizations mainly in the field of human resource and policy development ranging from training and education, community-based and top-level policy dialogues, research and publication,...Overview...
Thailand was seen as exemplary and an important factor of regional stability before a coup d’état toppled then Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in 2006. At the moment the country is suffering from political difficulties which has already shown a significant potential for violent escalation. This has increased the need for stabilizing...Overview...
Our projects in Vietnam initially aimed at providing a multidimensional development platform for the Doi-Moi Policy (Renovation Policy), which was launched in 1986 and largely represented the economic reforms. Since then, Vietnam has made the transition from a developing country to a lower middle-income country...Overview...
Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)
ASEM SMEs Eco-Innovation Center (ASEIC)
Center for Creativity and Sustainability Study and Consultancy (CCS)
Institute of Labour Science and Social Affairs (ILSSA)
Institute of Strategy, Policy on Natural Resources and Environment (ISPONRE)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (MoFA)
Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (MoIT)
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (MoNRE)
Ministry of Planning and Investment of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (MPI)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
National Assembly Office of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (ONA)
University of Labour and Social Affairs (ULSA)
University of Social Sciences and Humanities (USSH)