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REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE ASEAN 03-05 October 2005, Trang Hotel, Bangkok. Background Participation in 4th ASEAN People’s Assembly in May 2005 (Manila) Meeting between CS Reps and ASEAN Officials at ASEAN Secretariat in July 2005 (Jakarta)

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REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE ASEAN

03-05 October 2005, Trang Hotel, Bangkok

Background

Participation in 4th ASEAN People’s Assembly in May 2005 (Manila)

Meeting between CS Reps and ASEAN Officials at ASEAN Secretariat in July 2005 (Jakarta)

Roundtable: Indonesian CS and ASEAN Secretariat in August 2005 (Jakarta)

Formation of “CS Caucus on ASEAN Engagement”

Presentation of Concept for CS-ASEAN Conference

Further promotion of CS intention to engage with ASEAN

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REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE ASEAN

03-05 October 2005, Trang Hotel, Bangkok

Conference Objectives

  • To understand the ASEAN as a platform for pro-poor advocacy in South East Asia and how it has positioned on key issues of civil society in the region
  • To understand the current and strategic role of the ASEAN in South East Asia development
  • To understand political and economic dynamics of ASEAN and implications of relating to +3
  • To discuss how South East Asian civil society can use mechanisms for participation in policy making at the ASEAN for pro-poor policy advocacy
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REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE ASEAN

03-05 October 2005, Trang Hotel, Bangkok

Day 3

Conference Design

Planning CS Engagement in ASEAN

Day 2

ASEAN and Development Issues

Day 1

ASEAN Role in Regional Development

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REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE ASEAN

03-05 October 2005, Trang Hotel, Bangkok

Conference Organizers

SOUTH EAST ASIAN COMMITTEE FOR ADVOCACY (SEACA)

ASIAN PARTNERSHIP FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN RURAL ASIA (AsiaDHRRA)

FORUM-ASIA

SUSTAINABILITY WATCH ASIA

Panel Anchors

MIGRANT FORUM IN ASIA (MFA)

INITIATIVES FOR INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUE (IID)

ALTSEAN

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REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE ASEAN

03-05 October 2005, Trang Hotel, Bangkok

South East Asian Countries Represented:

Burma/Myanmar

Cambodia

Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Vietnam

Other Countries

Korea, Japan

miscellaneous
Miscellaneous

1. Kits

  • Conference Program
  • Compilation of General ASEAN documents: Primer on CS and ASEAN, VAP, ASEAN addresses
  • Plenary Papers (Panel papers to be distributed during panels)
  • CS Assessment of MDG Achievement in SEA
  • WTO video
  • Panel Sign-Up Sheets Outside Main Hall—please sign-up!
  • Call for volunteers to the Conference Statement Drafting Committee—inform DAPHNE
  • All documentation to be submitted to CORINNA
  • All equipment, document printing and reproduction—request JOEY
  • All room, meals, transfers, finance matters—approach FLOR
  • Country delegation to prepare number for Welcome Dinner
  • All encouraged to wear country costumes in “ASEAN Dinner” on Oct. 4