11 Jun 2018 ~ 29 Jun 2018
The Integration of Sufficiency Economy for Empowerment on Mobilizing Sustainable Development
The Objectives of the Program are: 1. To enhance knowledge and understanding on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) and Sustainable Development, especially, in accordance to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) as well as relevant development concepts. 2. To develop the participants’ skill in applying SEP in multi-dimensional areas, namely, economic, social, and environment. 3. To support exchanging experiences on Sustainable Development in multi-dimensional areas among participants in terms of Knowledge Management (KM). 4. To encourage participants to apply knowledge, skill and experience acquired from the training to implement in their countries in terms of operational planning.
18 Jun 2018 ~ 06 Jul 2018
Natural Disasters Management
The Objectives of the Program are: This training course aims at sharing Thailand’s experiences in the application of community-based natural disaster management in situations, such as earthquake, tsunami, floods, landslides and sinking holes, both before and after the event. At the end of this course, participants are expected to; 1. Gain knowledge on natural disaster and risk management. 2. Understand how to create network among stakeholders in natural disaster preparedness and awareness in their countries. 3. Be able to develop relevant plans and policies to improve effectiveness of natural disaster and risk management of their respective countries.
17 Feb 2018 ~ 13 Mar 2018
Forest-based Eco-tourism Management in Thailand
The Objectives of the Program are: 1. Understand concept of community-based eco-tourism management and its contribution to sustainable forest conservation. 2. Understand economic, social and environmental implication as well as roles of all stakeholders in forest-based eco-tourism management. 3. Be able to formulate relevant plans and policies applicable to the case of their respective countries.
Workshops on Drug Law Enforcement Cooperation
The Objectives of the Program are: 1. To exchange an up-to-date information of drug situation between FEALAC member countries 2. To provide chances for participants to learn and observe drug suppression & interdiction in Thailand 3. To strengthen mutual cooperation in drug suppression between member countries 4. To exchange intelligence on real time drug trafficking syndicates and drug cases 5. To share experience and practices on drug law enforcement and interdiction between Thailand and other member countries
To be decided
STI POLICY DIALOGUE
The policy dialogue is to serve as a forum for high-level public policy makers and private business leaders to interact and exchange with the heads of academic and research institutions and senior members of the scientific communities. The primary goal of the policy dialogue is to exchange views and best practices leading to coherent STI policy formulation in member countries.
FEALAC Women Entrepreneurs’ Network
To create a regional forum for FEALAC women entrepreneurs to share information, knowledge and experience on policies, business environment, investment, and socio-political issues and their impacts on business opportunities.
30 Jun 2019 ~ 28 Jul 2019
FEALAC Short Course Student Exchange Program 2019
1. To provide opportunities for the participating students from FEALAC member countries to learn about Thai culture and multiculturalism, business environment and tourism in Thailand as well as the awareness of sustainable development in Thai culture and society, business, and tourism, 2. To foster better understanding and connection between students in FEALAC member countries, 3. To encourage greater student mobility in East Asia and Latin America region, and 4. To increase academic collaboration among the FEALAC member countries.
21 Jan 2016 ~ 21 Jan 2016
FEALAC University Network
01 Aug 2015 ~ 01 Aug 2015
FEALAC Health and Healthcare and Community Empowerment Network
Objectives of Health and Healthcare 1. To share experience of Thai universal health coverage scheme (Thai UC Scheme) in terms of policy formulation, implementation and monitoring and evaluation. 2. To exchange experience of other countries on their movement towards UHC 3. To build up networking among participants Objectives of Community Empowerment 1. To provide participants with knowledge on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy, in theory and practice. 2. To share experience among countries on grassroot rural development
27 Nov 2016 ~ 03 Dec 2016
The Fourth Workshop on Drug Law Enforcement Cooperation for FEALAC Countries
In accordance with the Manila Plan of Action to further enhance cooperation between member countries of FEALAC, and recognizing that illicit drugs must be confronted in order to secure the future of people of the two regions, three Workshops on Drug Law Enforcement Cooperation for FEALAC Countries were successfully organized in 2005, 2009 and 2013. The objectives of the fourth Workshop are; 1. To exchange information of drug situation between FEALAC member countries 2. To provide opportunities for participants to observe drug suppression & interdiction in Thailand 3. To build up linkage and channel of cooperation in drug suppression between member countries 4. To exchange intelligence on drug trafficking syndicates and drug cases 5. To share experience in drug law enforcement and interdiction
2016 ~ 2016
FEALAC Friendship Schools Network
• The promotion of understanding, knowledge and awareness between the people of East Asia and Latin America are integral for FEALAC to move forward. • Youth in FEALAC member countries should be encouraged to create networks among themselves. • Using the existing global networks and technological advancement, FEALAC Friendship Schools Network can be commenced with an initial project at a low cost, but effectively. • UNESCO has established the UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) since 1953. ASPnet is now a global network of 10,000 educational institutions in 181 countries. Member institutions of ASPnet, work in support of international understanding, peace, intercultural dialogue, sustainable development and quality education in practice. FEALAC can utilize this program to advance bi-regional cooperation.
01 Jan 2015 ~ 01 Jan 2015
FEALAC Women Entrepreneurs' Network
Date: To be confirmed Rationale 1. The role of women today continues to significantly increase both in terms of financial support for their families and their contribution to overall economic growth. 2. The FEALAC Women Entrepreneurs’ Network will help provide a communicable channel for women entrepreneurs and related agencies of FEALAC member countries to share their best-practices and action plans for promoting women entrepreneurship. 3. Efforts of small and micro economic empowerment for women are considered essential and should not only been performed by the government but also managed by private sector and civil society or women organizations. Objectives To enhance/establish networking between member countries of FEALAC on women entrepreneurship Possible regional cooperative projects/activities i.e. organizing workshop on best practices of women empowerment in SME entrepreneurship Objectives of the workshop: 1) To create a regional forum for FEALAC women entrepreneurs to share information, knowledge and experience on policies, business environment, investment, and socio – political issues and their impacts on business opportunities; 2) To document best practices at FEALAC regional level on empowering small and medium economy for women, especially in terms of credit, marketing, and developing business innovation. 3) To initiate or recommend the establishment of women organizations and FEALAC regional micro credit institution forum in preparing and formulating materials necessary for policy action. 4) To formulate policies and for promoting women entrepreneurship in order to enhance women’s economic empowerment in micro and small enterprises. The results will be reported to other FEALAC Fora
29 Sep 2011 ~ 29 Sep 2011
Buakaew International Roundtable 2011
Buakaew International Roundtable was first proposed by Thailand at FEALAC FMM II in Manila in January 2004 and o rganised annually since 2005. This program of study visits has so far welcomed representatives from various FEALAC member countries. It aims to strengthen relationships and to establish development and technical cooperation between officials of Thailand and Latin American countries with an emphasis on economy, sustainable development, community development, tourism and agriculture. This initiative was also designed to introduce Thailand???experiences and best practices in development which can be applied to other countries.