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The article contains a detailed analysis of the topic "Inequality in the era of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development", as considered during the 74th session of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) which was held from 11 to 16 May 2018 at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok. Special attention is paid to the fundamental nature of this topic, as evidenced by the debates dedicated to it, to the specificity of ESCAP as a regional diplomatic forum, as well as to potential solutions and realistic prosp...
The paper addresses the values of Assumption University of Thailand's moral education by showing the impact the University has had on students beliefs and learning about cultural differences, acceptance by caring for diversity, willingness to cope with diverse classroom learning, to help students learn in active learning environment and lead life as Christianly moral individuals.
Caring for the environment through Sufficiency Economy: a suggested model for eco-friendly development in Vietnam's Mekong delta region
Among His Majesty The Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej's several achievements is the recognition by the UN in 2007 of the Thai King's work with the Sufficiency Economy projects he initiated in the 1970's, which today have emerged as unique examples of how we in Asia, the Mekong sub-region in Vietnam and the world at large, can use natural and economic resources with moderation and balance to save the environment, while at the same time, building our immunity against greed and unbalanced materialistic growth. This paper addresses the core concepts o...
The paper follows the definition of e-learning recommended by UNESCO according to which it means an approach to facilitate and enhance learning by means of personal computers, CD-ROMs, and the Internet. This includes email, discussion forums, and collaborative software like computer supported cooperative work.
Perceptions of undergraduate business administration students at Assumption University of Thailand towards caring for the environment through Sufficiency Economy
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, The Late Monarch of Thailand, has left a wealth of legacies which accrue from His enduring work. Among His Majesty’s several achievements is the recognition by the UN in 2007 of the Thai King’s work with the Sufficiency Economy projects he initiated in the 1970’s, which today have emerged as unique examples of how we in Asia and the world at large, can use natural and economic resources with moderation and balance to save the environment, while at the same time, building our moral immunity against greed and ...
Her Majesty Queen Sirikit has worked with great pragmatism, to help the poorest rural communities to earn extra income; a sector of society, which so often struggles to subsist on a farm income alone. The Queen, has consequently promoted the traditional Thai arts and crafts, especially Thai silk and Thai costumes, which have become world famous. Her Majesty the Queen, also promotes tolerance and understanding of the Muslim minorities, in the southern provinces of Thailand. The Queen pays special attention to the indigenous cottage industries an...