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Hanns Seidel Foundation Myanmar

Hanns Seidel Foundation Myanmar
Unit 7, Inya Lake Hotel
37 Kaba Aye Pagoda Road
Yangon, Myanmar
Telephone: +95-1-667225 | Fax: +95-1-667454
E-Mail: myanmar@hss.de

Myanmar

Senior Level Officials Management Course at the Union Civil Service Board: Workshop on Subnational Governance, Decentralization and Federalism

Forty Senior Level Civil Servants from lower Myanmar took part in a five-day workshop on the topic of federalism and decentralisation in Phaunggyi between the 22nd and the 26th February 2016. Held at the Union Civil Service Board’s (UCSB) Central Institute of Civil Service... more...

7th Thandaunggyi Tourism Development Working Group Meeting held on 10th February 2016

For the last years Myanmar has been experiencing a lot of changes and development in both the political and the economic sector. This has also had an impact on the tourism sector which is constantly growing and gaining importance. In hindsight responsible... more...

Awareness Raising Workshop on Myanmar’s ASEAN integration held in Nay Pyi Taw on 9th and 10th February 2016

A workshop on Myanmar’s ASEAN integration was jointly organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Hanns Seidel Foundation. The workshop provided the opportunity for high-ranking civil servants, private sector representatives as well as civil society organisations... more...

Training of Trainers Workshop on Federalism organised in Yangon

A Training of Trainers Workshop on Federalism took place at Inya Lake Hotel from 25th to the 29th January. The event was part of the collaboration between the Centre for Development and Ethnic Studies (CDES), the Myanmar People Forum Working Group (MPFWG) and the Hanns Seidel Foundation. The aim of the workshop was to enable different... more...

Myanmar Civil Society Organisations discuss peace, youth policy and the status quo of the reform process at Myanmar People Forum 2015

On 15th and 16th December the Myanmar People Forum (MPF) 2015 took place in Yangon. The Forum was organized by the Myanmar People Forum Working Group with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation. Myanmar is currently undergoing a transition... more...

Second policy dialogue on “Modernising Myanmar’s economy - building on a strong agricultural sector” held in Nay Pyi Taw

On 10th December 2015 the OECD and Hanns Seidel Foundation Myanmar organised the second policy dialogue onModernising Myanmar’s economy - building on a strong agricultural sector” in order to discuss progress in regards to policy development and... more...

Community Involvement in Tourism Multi-Stakeholder Workshop 1st – 2nd of December

Successful CIT projects enrich Myanmar’s tourism ecosystem, support the Myanmar brand, and make for a more attractive diversified product. Myanmar has huge potential for community involved tourism (CIT) projects and a handful have already started. The early lessons from... more...

6th Thandaunggyi Tourism Development Working Group Meeting held on 23rd November 2015

Since visitor arrivals are on the rise in Myanmar responsible tourism and community involvement in tourism becomes more and more important. Since more than one year the Hanns Seidel Foundation has supported a pilot project in Thandaunggyi which includes the creation of a working group to support the local stakeholders in their efforts... more...

Workshop on Subnational Governance, Decentralization and Federalism conducted in Yangon

A Workshop on Subnational Governance, Decentralization and Federalism was held from the 25th to the 27th of October at the Green Hill Hotel in Yangon. The event is part of the collaboration with the Centre for Development and Ethnic Studies (CDES). The workshop... more...

Senior Level Officials Management Course at the Union Civil Service Board: Political Science: Subnational Governance, Decentralization and Federalism (19th – 23th October 2015)

50 Senior Level Civil Servants took part in a five-day workshop on subnational governance and decentralized approaches to public administration between 19th and 23rd October 2015... more...