TITM ICON PROJECT YEAR : 18 Sep 2019

The 2019 FEALAC TITM Seminar on Trade and SMEs

To maintain the positive momentum made at the most recent FEALAC FMM held in 2017 and to further promote cooperation among FEALAC member countries in a more internationalized and digitalized world, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship of the Argentine Republic will jointly host (TBC) the Seminar on Trade and SMEs – entitled “FEALAC’s Trade Facilitation in the context of the Digital Economy” – in Seoul this September. The Seminar seeks to find ways to improve regional connectivity among FEALAC member states and to nurture business capabilities of SMEs in a digital economy.

CYGS ICON PROJECT YEAR : 08 Jul 2019 ~ 14 Jul 2019

Cultural Exchange Program

The invitee will stay in Mongolia approximately 7 days (July, 8-14). MFA will organize excursions to tourist places outside of Ulaanbaatar as an official part of this program to discover history, culture and nomadic life in Mongolia. The Public Diplomacy and Cultural Cooperation Department of the MFA will organize Round Table Meeting between journalists and the Mongolian Government officials. The event is aimed to give foreign journalists broad view on the Mongolian history and culture, as well as modern foreign policy. The Confederation of the Mongolian journalists will organize Joint Forum of Journalists, with the aim to provide an opportunity for exchanging experiences and discussing ways to share information between journalists from the two regions. The journalists will attend different activities of the NAADAM festival

STIE ICON PROJECT YEAR : 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.

SPCSD ICON PROJECT YEAR : 10 Jun 2019 ~ 28 Jun 2019

The Integration of Sufficiency Economy for Empowerment on Mobilizing Sustainable Development Community

Thailand is pleased to share the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy (SEP) with all possible partners; countries or international organizations in pursuing which would support SDG 17 to revitalize global partnership for the Goals. In doing this, SEP has been a proven pathway to sustainable development which we share with several FEALAC member countries, namely Cambodia, Chile, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, and Vietnam.

SPCSD ICON PROJECT YEAR : 20 May 2019 ~ 31 May 2019

Green Freight and Logistics Development Green Logistics

Thailand would like to reiterates its commitment to host 4 activities as the national projects in order to pursue positive impact toward sustainable development under Annual International Training Courses 2019 (AITC), priority for FEALAC member countries.

SPCSD ICON PROJECT YEAR : 07 May 2019 ~ 28 May 2019

Natural Disasters Management

Thailand would like to reiterates its commitment to host 4 activities as the national projects in order to pursue positive impact toward sustainable development under Annual International Training Courses 2019 (AITC)

SPCSD ICON PROJECT YEAR : 11 Feb 2019 ~ 11 Mar 2019

Forest-based Eco-tourism Management in Thailand Sustainable tourism

Thailand is pleased to share the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy (SEP) with all possible partners; countries or international organizations in pursuing which would support SDG 17 to revitalize global partnership for the Goals. In doing this, SEP has been a proven pathway to sustainable development which we share with several FEALAC member countries, namely Cambodia, Chile, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, and Vietnam.

STIE ICON PROJECT YEAR : 01 Jan 2019 ~ 01 Dec 2019

FEALAC University Discovery Year (FUDY)

The FEALAC University Discovery Year (FUDY) is a short-term exchange programme for students to join Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) for the following durations: 1. One or two semesters of credit-bearing exchange (UBD’s Student Exchange Programme: http://www.ubd.edu.bn/admission/international-exchange/ubd-student-exchange-programme/) 2. Four weeks of credit-bearing ‘summer’ programme (UBD’s Global Discovery Programme: http://www.ubd.edu.bn/admission/international-exchange/global-discovery-programme/)

STIE ICON PROJECT YEAR : 12 Oct 2018 ~ 22 Oct 2018

”Juntos!!”Japan-Latin America and the Caribbean Exchange Program:Participation to World Robot Summit(WRS)

Japan launched "Juntos!!" program to promote people-to-people exchanges between Japan and LAC countries and to encourage understandings of vaious aspects of Japan among the paticipants. In 2018, considering the importance of exchanging experiences in the field of science and tecnologies, MOFA organized program for learning science and tecnology in Japan, through participating WRS.

CYGS ICON PROJECT YEAR : 10 Sep 2018 ~ 14 Sep 2018

18th FEALAC Journalists’ Visit Programme

The Forum for East Asia-Latin America Cooperation (FEALAC) Journalists’ Visit Programme (JVP) is one of Singapore’s National Projects under the FEALAC umbrella. The JVP is intended as a platform to enhance understanding between Latin America and East Asia through exchanges at the people-to-people level, and has attracted sustained interest from participants year after year. Since 2000, Singapore has organised 18 FEALAC JVPs with a total of 108 participants from 17 Latin American countries (Argentina; Brazil; Chile; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; El Salvador; Guatemala; Honduras; Mexico; Panama; Paraguay; Peru; Suriname; and Venezuela). Other East Asian FEALAC members such as Australia, China, Indonesia, and Thailand have also leveraged on the journalists’ presence in Singapore to invite participants of the JVP to visit their countries. This has enhanced cross-regional and cross-cultural understanding.