The 6th International Conference on
International Relations and Development (ICIRD) 2019

A New Global Network

What’s Next of “The Turns” in
International Relations and Development


DAY 1 - November 22, 2019

08.00 – 09.00


E4 Hall, 5th Floor (General Sampao Chusri) Building, Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai – Thailand

09.00 – 09.30
  1. Opening Ceremony
  2. Conference Report by Host
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siriporn Wajjwalku
    Dean of Social Innovation, Mae Fah Luang University
  3. Welcoming Speech and Opening Address
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chayaporn Wattanasiri
    President of Mae Fah Luang University
  4. Group Photo Session

E4 Building, Pradudaeng Room

09.30 – 10.15

Keynote Speech (1) on “Haze in Southeast Asia and Sustainable Development”
Dr. Helena Varkkey
Expert and Senior Lecturer at the Department of International and Strategic Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya, Malaysia

E4 Building, Pradudaeng Room

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10.15 – 10.30


10.30 – 12.00

Plenary Session in “Human Security and Sustainable Development”

  1. H.E. Mr. Songsak Saicheua
    Former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Thailand to the Republic of Austria and Permanent Representative to the International Organizations in Vienna
  2. Prof. Dr. Mari Katayanagi
    Hiroshima University, Japan
  3. Asst. Prof. Dr. Carl Middleton
    Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Moderator : Assoc. Prof. Dr. SiripornWajjwalku, Dean of Social Innovation, MFU

E4 Building, Pradudaeng Room

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12.00 – 13.30

Lunch (Garden Hall E4, 5th Floor) / Muslim Praying Room (E4-507)

13:30 – 15:00

Parallel Session: Oral Presentation Round I (10 Rooms)
*60 minutes for 4 presenter (15 minutes/presenter) + 30 minutes for Q&A session*

Room 1 (E4-607) (Disaster Management and Community Resilience)
Moderator: Dr. Khen Suan Khai

Vulnerable People And Disaster: A Case Study Of Kumamoto On Temporary Housing

Dr. Wanwalee Inpin

Volunteerism And Disasters: A Case Study Of The 2011 Tohoku Earthquake In Japan

Dr. Thanikun Chantra

Women After The Earthquake: Analysis Of Gender-Based Disaster Recovery Policy In Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Maya Dania

Disaster Preparedness Management on Tsunami: A Case Study of the Local Government and Coastal Community Resilience in Indonesia

Reni Juwitasari

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Room 2 (E4-608) (Policy and Management to the Environment and Development)
Moderator: Dr. Chalongrat Charoensri
Discussant: Asst. Prof. Dr. Chusak Wittayapak

An Analysis of Chiang Khong Plans and Policies To Promote Tourism

Sudsiri Rungruang

Community Participation In Holistic Haze Management: A Case Study In Northern Thailand

1. Sermkiat Jomjunyong,
2. Sate Sampattakul,
3. Poon Thiengburanathu
4. Choncharoen Sawangrat

A Meaning Behind Conflicts Is Cooperation? From A Case Study Of The Thailand’s Transboundary River Management Of Mae Sai River Between Mae Sai, Thailand And Tachilek, Myanmar

Dr. Yuki Miyake

Comprehensive Chiang Rai Model For Haze Management: A Case Study Of Chiang Rai, Thailand

Arisara Lekkham & Dr. Nichan Singhaputargun

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Room 3 (E4-609) (Livelihood and Vulnerability)
Moderator: Dr. Mark Capaldi

Livelihood Diversification Of Hmong Women In Highland Luang Prabang, Lao PDR

Souknida Sautouky

Achieving Sustainable Development Goals Through Gender Equality: A Review With Special Reference To The Women’s Political Representation In Sri Lanka

Ashawarie Karunanayake

Impact Of Agrarian Transition And Livelihoods Adaptation Of Ageing Farmers In Yili Village, China

Sun Yuqiao

Hydrosocial Discourse of “Subak” Balinese Indigenous Water Society: Case Study of SubakJatiluwih, Tabanan

AryasatyaniDhyani (Ph.DCand)

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Room 4 (E4-707) (Ecology and Sustainability)
Moderator: Prof. Lee Lai To

Post-Human Political Ecology: Actors, Networks, Systems

Dr. Ignasi Ribo

Political Ecology Of Landscape Management In The Proposed Zinghmuhtlang National Park, Chin State, Myanmar (Burma)

Van Bawi Mang

Chernobyl Nuclear Explosion, Year 33: The Point Of View Of Ukrainian People

Mr. Fabio Calzolari

Addressing Climate Change Adaptation Through International Trade Mechanisms: The Cptpp And Labour Migration In Vietnam

1. Sara K. Philips
2. Thianchai Surimas

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Room 5 (E4-708) (Social Vulnerability)
Moderator: Dr. Chaya Vaddhanaphuti

Social Vulnerability Assessment To Face Landslide In Garut

Novia Ismayuni

Factors Influencing Farmer’s Perception Of Climate Change: A Case Study Of Pakokku Township In Dry Zone, Myanmar

Zaw Win Kyaw

Landslide Risks Analysis In Batang, Central Java Using The Spatial Multi Criteria Evaluation (Smce)

Rizky Laudiansyah, Muhammad Ridho Irshabdillah, Luthfiya Hanim, Ardyani Putri Wijaya

Empowerment And Recovery Of Indigenous Women, Post-Earthquake 2015: Kathmandu Nepal

Mintira Premruethairat

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Room 6 – SPECIAL PANEL (E4-709) (Urban Development, Contestation, and Governance in Mekong Region)
Panel by RCSD - CMU
Moderator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Yuthpong Chantrawarin

Emerging Urban Social Movement In Cambodia’s Secondary Towns

Try Thuon, Phd Candidate

The Production Of Urban Space In Vientiane: From Colonial To Neoliberal Times (1893-2018)

Sivilay Keobountham, Phd Candidate

Nam Phu Park: The Transformation Of A Community Social Space In Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR

Kesone Kanhaliham, Phd Candidate

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Room 7 (E4-715) (Green Politics and Economy)
Moderator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Carl Middleton

The Discourse Of Green Colonialism Under Green Economy

Salai Vanni Bawi

Thailand Agreement Of Greenhouse Gas Emission Specialize In Meat Industry, And The Role Of Government, Private Company And Civil Society In Thailand

Tita Phairaksa

Coffee Entrepreneurship Of Ethnic Highlanders In Ding Chang Of Chiang Rai Province, Thailand

Xixi Geng

Population Growth, Energy Consumption And Environmental Stress: A Case Of India

Dr. Jamil Ahmad

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Room 8 (E4-716) (Vulnerability in Mobility)
Moderator: Dr. Naparat Kranrattanasuit
Discussant: Asst. Prof. Dr. Amporn Jirattikorn

Vulnerability In Mobility To Settlement: The Case Of Viet Nam Ethnic Minorities Migrants And The Government Settlement Attempt

Chau Le Minh Doan

Urbanization In Brics Countries And Efficacy Of Growth In Provision Of Public Services In India

Dr. Dastgir Alam

Refugee-Led Social Protection: Building Agency With Refugees From Myanmar Along The Thailand And Bangladesh Borders

Miss Shirley Worland

Condition Of The Probationers In Their Work Environment Towards Reintegrations In The Community

Kharine Morgado - Reyno

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Room 9 – SPECIAL PANEL (E4-717) (Education in International Development and Cooperation)
Panel by Hiroshima University
Moderator: Prof. Takayoshi Maki
Discussant: Joel Mark Barredo

Building Self-Study Network Of Teacher Educators In Asia And Africa: Epistemological Turn For International Development And Cooperation: Case From Japan

Mayaka Hida

Building Self-Study Network Of Teacher Educators In Asia And Africa: Epistemological Turn For International Development And Cooperation: Case From Malawi

Foster Gondwe

Building Self-Study Network Of Teacher Educators In Asia And Africa: Epistemological Turn For International Development And Cooperation: Case From Rwanda

Emmanuel Ukwizagira

Building Self-Study Network Of Teacher Educators In Asia And Africa: Epistemological Turn For International Development And Cooperation: Case From Rwanda

Sornprapa Siripattarawit

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15.00 – 15.15


15.15 – 16.45

Room 1 – Haze Free Thailand (E4-607)

  1. Associate Professor Dr.Sermkiat Jomjunyong,
  2. Asst. Prof. Dr. Poon Thiengburanathum,
  3. Asst. Prof. Dr. Patcharee Kooncumchoo,
  4. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kraichat Tantakarnapa,
  5. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sate Sampattagul,
  6. Asst. Prof. Dr. Prasit Wangpakapattanawong,
  7. Asst. Prof. Dr. Chartchai Khanongnuch,
  8. Asst. Prof. Dr.Choncharoen Sawangrat
  9. Prof.Dr.Nobutaka Ito
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Room 2 Regional Forum “Haze, Smog and PM 2.5: Transboundary Issues” (E4-608)

  1. Asst. Prof. Dr. Farung Surina Bunthit – Chiang Rai Rajabhat, Thailand
  2. Dr. Olivier Evrard - Chiang Mai University, Thailand
  3. Mr. Chaitawat Chomti - Karen Activist Group Chiang Rai, Thailand
  4. Mr. Tara Buakamsri - Greenpeace Southeast Asia
  5. Dr. Helena Varkkey - University of Malaya, Malaysia

Moderator : Dr. Chayan Vaddhanaphuti - Chiang Mai University, Thailand

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Welcome Dinner and Performance

E4 Garden Hall, 5th Floor

DAY 2 - November 23, 2019

08.00 – 09.00


E4 Hall, 5th Floor (General Sampao Chusri) Building, Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai – Thailand

09.00 – 09.45

Keynote Speech (2) “Aircraft of State and IR’s Missing Words”
Prof. Dr. ChaiwatSatha-Anand
Professor of Political Science, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Thailand

E4 Building, Pradudaeng Room

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09.45 – 10.00


10.00 – 11.30

Parallel Session: Oral Presentation Round II (10 Rooms)
*60 minutes for 4 presenter (15 minutes/presenter) + 30 minutes for Q&A session*

Room 1 – SPECIAL PANEL (E4-607) (Migration and Displacement in Asia and Beyond)
Panel by Chulalongkorn University
Moderator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Naruemon Thabchumpon
Discussant: Dr. Yuki Miyake

The Impact of Nationwide Cease Fire Agreement to Tai People

Dr. Nichan Singhaputargun
Mae Fah Luang University

Trauma and Gender in Natural Disaster and Conflict Contexts: a Comparative Study of Aceh, Indonesia and the Deep South of Thailand

Dr. Alisa Hasamoh
Prince of Songkla University

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Syrian Refugees in Bangkok

Elzbieta M. Gozdziak, Ph.D
Georgetown University

Displaced Persons from Myanmar in Nepal and Thailand: Reconsidering Journeys of Displaced Persons Across Asia

Miriam Jaehn (Ph.D Cand)
National University of Singapore

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Room 2 – SPECIAL PANEL (E4-608) (International Impact on Peace and Conflict)
Panel by Hiroshima University
Moderator: Prof. Mari Katayanagi
Discussant: Dr. Yanuar Sumarlan

International Law Application To Refugees In South And Southeast Asia

Shameera Kithmini Walpita

When Mediation Works: The Role Of Third-Parties In The Mindanao Conflict

John Lee Candelaria

International Dimension Of The Venezuelan Crisis: How Does It Affect The Politics In The American Continent

Rony Vargas Villalobos

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Room 3 (E4-609) (Human Security and Ultra-Nationalism)
Moderator: Dr. Siya Uthai
Discussant: Dr. Bencharat Sae-Chua

Embroidery as Exploitation and Empowerment: A Case Study of a Sani Yi Female Embroidery Trader

Guo Sisi

Human Security And Local Sustainable Development: An Analysis On Rohingya Influx In Cox’s Bazar District Of Bangladesh

Lamia Islam

A Review And Analyzing Of The Effect Of Islamic Law To The International Human Rights And Its Future Development

Kritsada Thammataree

Pipeline Politics in South Caucasus: Security Implications for Russia

Prerana Bhaduli

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Room 4 (E4-707) (Human Rights, Policies, and Challenges)
Moderator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Kasira Cheeppensook

Police And Human Rights In Indonesia (A Re-Examination Of The Protection For Vulnerable Groups In Criminal Law Procedure In Human Rights Perspectives)

Mr. Majda El Muhtaj

Need For Policy Coherence To Strengthen Protection Of Human Rights; Case Study Of Posco And Vedanta Projects In India

Kalpalata Dutta

Legal Analysis On Protection Of Rights Of Girl Child Against Sexual Abuse In Myanmar

Dr. Mya Moe Khaing

Challenges In Accessing Children Rights In The Coffee Production In Vietnam: Research In Dac Lac Province

Dr. Le Thi Nga

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Room 5 (E4-708) (Media, Social Campaign, and Digital Politics)
Moderator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Amporn Jirattikorn

Filming The Human Rights Issues From Below: An Analysis Of Ellen Bruno’s Film A Path To Dignity

Kalpani Dambagolla

Portrayal Of Women In Sri Lankan Movies: With Special Reference To The Wind Bird (2003) And Scent Of The Lotus Pond (2004)

1. Kalpani Dambagolla
2. Ashawaric Karunanayake

Social Media As A Political Communication In Political Party Election Campaigns In Indonesia (2014)

1. Mr. Fauzi Wahyu Zamzami
2. Mr. Zuliyan M. Rizky

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Room 6 (E4-709) (Gender and Intersectionality)
Moderator: Joel Mark Barredo
Discussant: Asst. Prof. Dr. Arratee Ayuttacorn

Thai Civil Partnership Is The New Marriage Inequality: Queer Critiques On The Discourses In The Civil Partnership Bill Of State Activism Towards Marriage Equality

Thanita Wongprasert

Intersectionality In Age-Gap Relationship: A Case Study Of Puma/Cub Relationship (An Older Women And A Younger Men)

Jantanee Kanto

From ‘Gender’ To ‘Queer’: A Queer Perspectives On Sustainable Development Research In Asia

Justin Francis Castro Bionat

Gendered Vulnerabilities and Differences of Urban Flooding in Can Tho City, Vietnam

Ly Quoc Dang (Ph.D Cand.)

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Room 7 - PECIAL PANEL (E4-714) (Southern Thailand)
Panel by Prince of Songkla University
Moderator: Dr. Thanikun Chantra

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Samart Thongfhua (Director Institute of Southern Asian Maritime State Studies)

Ekkarin Tuansiri (Lecturer of the Faculty of Political Science)

Don Pathan (Pattani Forum)

Kriy Langputhe (Lecturer of Faculty of Islamic Studies, Fatoni University)

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Room 8 (E4-715) (Democracy and Authoritarianism)
Moderator: Dr. Mark Capaldi
Discussant: Asst. Prof. Dr. Prajak Kongkirati

Bali Democracy Forum (Bdf) As The Agent For Myanmar Democracy Transitions (2012-2014)

1. Mr. Fauzi Wahyu Zamzami
2. Zuliyan M. Rizky

The Disruption of Platform Economy on Income Generating: Case Study of Workers in On-Demand Food Delivery Platforms in Bangkok

Sujaree Wattanarat

The Impacts Of Access To Land On Human Security: A Case Study Of Idps In Karenni State Myanmar

Maw Thoe Myar

Conflict Transformation: A Case Of Thai Political Conflict In The Military Era (2014-2019)

Dr. Nichan Singhaputargun

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Room 9 – SPECIAL PANEL (E4-716) (Turns In International Relations Theories Today: Trends, Tension And Telos Of Theorizing Practices)
Panel by Thammasat University,
Moderator: Asst.Prof.Dr.Jittipat Poonkham

The “Environmental” Turn In Ipe And Ir? Towards New Research Agendas In The Age Of Climate Change

Dr.Prapimphan Chiengkul

The “Individual” Turn In Foreign Policy Analysis: From Exceptionalism To Bridge-Builder?

Asst. Prof. Dr. M.L. Pinitbhand Paribatra

Synthesizing The Two Sides Of The Same Coin: Ontological-Security-Cum-Status-Theory Turn In International Relations

Dr. Peera Charoen Vattananukul

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Room 10 (E4-717) (International Relations: Trans-Boundary And Transnationalism)
Moderator: Dr. Mukdawan Sakboon

The Revival Of India-Myanmar Relations And Its Impacts On Chin People In The Borderlands

Nilian Sang

Feminist Political Economy And Gender Role Transformations In Northern Thailand Homestay Tourism

Tanya Promburom

Migrant Worker Study: Overcoming Research Barriers And Empowerment Worker By Gathering Information Through Migrant-Centric Multi Research Approach

Wipawadee Panyangnoi

Risk, Vulnerability And Resilience: Disaster, Climate Ecology And Sdgs: The Effect Of Haze Pollution On Mae Sai’s Air Quality By Using Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Chaowalit Teerawutananont
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11.30 – 13.00

Lunch (Garden Hall E4, 5th Floor) / Muslim Praying Room (E4-507)

13.00– 14.30

Parallel Session: Oral Presentation Round III (9 Rooms)
*60 minutes for 4 presenter (15 minutes/presenter) + 30 minutes for Q&A session*

Room 1 – SPECIAL PANEL (E4-607) ( Society in Search for Peace)
Panel by Hiroshima University
Moderator: Prof. Mari Katayanagi
Discussant: Dr. Bencharat Sae-Chua

Development Aggression In Panay: A Study On The Impact Of Dam Project To The Tumandok Indigenous People In The Philippines

Harmond Marte

The Analysis Of Grassroots Organizations’ Reporting Methods Towards Raising Awareness Of Inequality And Poverty Gaps

Louis Ajazi Browne

We Trust: Identity And Self-Determination In Cheran, Mexico

Erick Cosme Gomez

Keeping Peace Process Alive In Burma/Myanmar

Khen Suan Khai

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Room 2 (E4-608) (Governance: Public, Private And People Partnership)
Moderator: Lect. Ekamol Saichan
Discussant: Asst. Prof. Dr. Prapimphan Chiengkul

Reformation Of The State Railway Of Thailand: A Challenge For Thailand

1. Asst. Prof. Chaiyathip Katsura
2. Dr. Somchai Thamsutiwat

The Chiang Rai Flower Festival: “Samesame But Different” Multiculturalism In The North

Songkran Jantakad, Ph.D. (Cand.)

Global Health Disruptors: Implication Beyond Trade And Investment

Suppakorn Khonkhlong

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Room 3 (E4-609) (Great, Declined And Emerging Powers)
Moderator: Prof. Lee Lai To

Philippine Partnership With China’s Belt And Road Initiative: Lessons From Philippine Official Development Aid Experiences

Ms. Joahnna Esquivias

China-Myanmar Economic Corridor And The Dispossession Of Costumary Land Tenures Rights And Livelihood Insecurity Of Ta’ang Tea Farmers In Northeast Myanmar

Stephen Nyein Han Tun

South Korea And Japan In The South China Sea: Normative Power And Its Discontents

Asst. Prof. Kasira Cheeppensook, Ph.D.

Exploring Contemporary Chinese Transnational Diaspora In Sea Via The Scope Of Mobility Studies

Mr. Jason Zhu (Ph.D Cand.)

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Room 4 (E4-707) (State, Education, and Emancipation)
Moderator: Joel Mark Barredo
Discussant: Dr. Prasit Leepreecha

Exploring The Implementation Of Clinical Legal Education (Cle): A Case Study Of National University Of Laos

Mr. Intha Duangpila

Pedagogy Of The Karen: Indigenous Ethnic Education As Self-Determination And Emancipation

Mr. Saw Ni Thaw Htoo

Practice And Challenges Of Teaching Practicum At Phnom Penh Teacher Education College, Cambodia

Sok Saran

What Matters To Cooperating Teachers’ Mentoring In China?

Ms. Wei Liang

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Room 5 (E4-708) (Social Engagement, Multiculturalism, and Education in International Development)
Moderator: Dr. Naparat Kranrattanasuit

Research Engagement Of Teacher Educators At Education Colleges In Myanmar

Ms. May Thu Kyaw

Educating Student Teachers As Researchers: A Case Of Pre-Service Teacher Training Program At The Regional Teacher Training Centre, Cambodia

Mr. Phaly Chhem

Phitsanulok Province’s Readiness To Implement The Health City Initiative

Ploypailin Rupavijetra

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Room 6 (E4-709) (Global Influence to Education)
Moderator: Dr. Phirunkhana Phichiensathien

Tensions Between Teacher Educators’ Beliefs In English Grammar Teaching And Classroom Practices: Cases Of Education Colleges In Myanmar

Ms. Mi Toe Toe Aung

Influence Of Foreign Teachers On Secondary English Education In Thailand: Case Of Two Governmental Ep Schools

Ms. Arisa Suizu

Understanding About Perceptions Of Non-English Majoring Trainees And Trainers In English Learning And Teaching

Ms. Vutheavy Chim

Study On The Professional License System For School Administrators In Thailand: Analyzing Roles Of The Professional Standards In The License System

Takumu Hashimoto

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Room 7 (E4-715) (Peace and Conflict, Transformation and Resistance)
Moderator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Naruemon Thabchumpon
Discussant: Asst. Prof. Dr. Pinitbhand Paritbatra

State Hemegony: National Power In Establishing Conflict Trend “Peace Dividend”

Kusuma Putri

Comparative Military Praetorianism In Politics Between Indonesia During The New Order Era (1966-1998) And Myanmar During Military Junta Period (1962-2011)

Mr. Insan Praditya

Conflict Transformation: A Case Of Thai Political Conflict In The Military Era (2014-2019)

Dr. Nichan Singhaputargun

Development of Post-Orientalism on the Thai-Lao Border from 1954 to the Present

Thanachate Wisaijorn

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Room 8 – SPECIAL PANEL (E4- 716) (Non-State Actors on Equality, Peace Process, Health Security and Development: Promotion of Rights and Justice in Myanmar)
Special Panel by Aichi Gakuin University
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Chosein Yamahata
(with Mr. Saw Chit Thet Tun, National Technical Advisor)

The Younger Brothers: Aung San Suu Kyi’s View of the Ethnic Minorities and Their Organizations’ Role in Burma/Myanmar

Asst. Prof. Dr. Michal Lubina
Jagiellonian University, Poland

Urgency in and Agenda on Dismantling Barriers for Women’s Participation in Myanmar Peace Process

Thayar Pine & Chosein Yamahata
Mon Women Organization, Myanmar;
AGU, Japan

Non-State Actors on the IDP’s in Kachin: Provision of Humanitarian Assistance and Protection of Justice

D. Moon Awng
Naushawng Development Institute, Myanmar

EHO’s Healthcare Provision to Ethnic Communities in Eastern Burma/Myanmar

Saw Nay Htoo
Burma Medical Association, Myanmar

Culture of Peace and Women: Ethnic Women Organizations (EWOs) and Contributions towards Social Transformation in Myanmar

Dr. Chosein Yamahata & Makiko Takeda
AGU, Japan

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14.30 – 15.00

Closing Ceremony (E4 Building, Pradudaeng Room)

Conclusion and Reflection form all panels on the Future Agenda for the Region and ICIRD 2021 Next Host Announcement