Found 110 articles in the category "Public Forums" over 6 pages.

Human Rights Defender Award 2011

Posted by Think Centre under Public Forums on 9 January 2012

This 14 January 2012, Think Centre(TC) Singapore's oldest political association will present the Human Rights Defender award to Jolovan Wham.

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ASEAN Civil Society Conference & ASEAN Peoples' Forum 2011

Posted by Think Centre under Public Forums on 24 March 2011

The ASEAN Civil Society Conference / ASEAN Peoples' Forum (ACSC/APF 2011) will be held in Jakarta, Indonesia on 3-5 May 2011. Think Centre is inviting Singapore Civil Society Groups to brief and discuss the participation in the ACSC/APF 2011.

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Dialogue with Generation X & Y Political Activists

Posted by under Public Forums on 9 February 2011

Think Centre kick started 2011 by organizing a dialogue session with Generation X & Y Political Activists

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UNSR Meets Think Centre and Civil Society groups

Posted by under Public Forums on 28 April 2010

Think Centre organised a two hour closed door meeting with the UN Special Rapporteur on Racism, Mr Githu Muigai on 24 April 2010 to meet with members of Singapore's civil society.

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Human Rights for you, for me, and for everyone

Posted by under Public Forums on 16 December 2009

Think Centre (TC) in collaboration with the Singapore Working Group for ASEAN (SWGA), held an informal experience-sharing session on the weekend in commemoration of International Human Rights Day (10th Dec) 2009.

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Singapore: Workshop on Indonesian Migrant Domestic Workers

Posted by under Public Forums on 10 September 2009

Singapore Working Group for ASEAN together with the International Organization for Migration jointly conducted a workshop on Indonesian Migrant Domestic Workers on 4th September 2009.

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Come Join in the Celebration of the International Human Rights Day 2008

Posted by SWGA under Public Forums on 22 November 2008

The Singapore Working Group for ASEAN will commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 6 December 08 (Saturday).We would like to invite you to take part in a special celebration on 6th December 2008.

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RTD on ACSC 4 and ASEAN Peoples' Charter Process

Posted by Sinapan Samydorai under Public Forums on 12 June 2008

31 May 2008, the Singapore Working for ASEAN led by Think Centre launched a series of discussions on ACSC-4 and ASEAN Peoples' Charter Process.

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Celebrating International Human Rights Day 2007

Posted by under Public Forums on 15 December 2007

The aim of the event was to examine and reflect what Human Rights now means for the average Singaporean. We also wanted to look at what milestones Singapore has made in the global arena as well as the local stage.

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International Human Rights Day - Celebration

Posted by under Public Forums on 5 December 2007

We would like to invite you take part in a special celebration on 8th December, 2007. This event is organized by The Singapore Working Group for ASEAN.

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ASEAN Peoples' Charter Process Launched

Posted by under Public Forums on 10 November 2007

The civil society-led process is expected to give birth to an ASEAN Peoples' Charter towards the end of 2008, in time for the 14th ASEAN Summit in Thailand.

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Alternative Asean Charter by the people?

Posted by Nazry Bahrawi & Think Centre under Public Forums on 7 November 2007

A civil society coalition plans to issue its own Asean People's Charter and agenda.

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ACSC3 Singapore Declaration

Posted by ACSC3 under Public Forums on 6 November 2007

Through this Declaration, we are launching the process of drafting the ASEAN Peoples' Charter that will embody the shared values and collective aspirations of the peoples of the region.

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No Bloody Hand on an ASEAN Charter

Posted by ACSC3 under Public Forums on 6 November 2007

Call on neighbouring countries, particularly Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia to take concrete measures to bring meaningful pressure on the Burmese junta

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STATEMENT OF THE SINGAPORE CIVIL SOCIETY

Posted by under Public Forums on 3 November 2007

The Singapore Working Group for ASEAN (SWGA)believes the spirit of a people-centred ASEAN can only be achieved and sustained by upholding human rights principles and ensuring social justice.

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Interim Singapore Working Group gets a new mandate

Posted by Sinapan Samydorai under Public Forums on 18 October 2007

With genuine mandate and larger ranks now, the interim SWG is set to make a difference and be the voice of ordinary Singaporeans at home and in ASEAN.

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3rd ASEAN + Civil Society Conference

Posted by under Public Forums on 9 October 2007

The 3rd ASEAN + Civil Society Conference (ACSC-3)will be host in Singapore on 02-04 November 2007 building on the past two ACSC's and the national processes developed in the last two years.

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CONSULTATION WORKSHOP ON THE ASEAN CHARTER October 6th

Posted by Sinapan Samydorai under Public Forums on 2 October 2007

The consultation-workshop on the ASEAN Charter will discuss the role of civil society in economic, social and cultural development using the human rights framework. The participants will elaborate their vision for a people-centred ASEAN. A vision of what ASEAN should be:Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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Formation of Singapore Working Group gathers steam

Posted by Interim Singapore Working Group and Think Centre under Public Forums on 1 October 2007

Most reconciled with the fact that the strategic mode of engaging stakeholders was one of constructive dialogue. After all, civil society did not exist in a vacuum and its advocacy work operated much within certain OB-markers.

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Civil society kicks off ASEAN Charter involvement (belatedly)

Posted by under Public Forums on 5 September 2007

25 August 2007, the Singapore Working Group for ASEAN organized an indoor forum on the theme "ASEAN Charter - What's in it for you & me?".

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