The June 19th session: Launch of the TAI Asia Regional Report

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Jun 17, 2012

On June 19th, 2012, at Fundacao Getulio Vargas Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the event called ‘Choosing Our Future: Open and Participatory Sustainable Development Governance’ was one of the side events of Rio+20 Conference. There were several working sessions held for governments, civil society groups, and intergovernmental organizations for meeting up and discussing about assess progress and advance proposals to move Principle 10 into its next generation of reforms. Each session aimed to produce guidance for post-Rio initiatives. (Please find further information in

We as TAI partners from Southeast Asia have undertaken a session namely ‘Launch of the TAI Asia Regional Report discussing’ mainly about TAI Asia publication done by a numbers of contributors from Asian countries ( Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Viet Nam, Yunnan province of China) as well as the key findings in this report. please see attached slide presentation (PDF).

And here are some pictures of our TAI SE Asia partners as attached.>>

Launch of TAI Asia report 19Jun2012_Rio+20.pdf5.31 MB
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Many of us are keep
7:18am - Jul 4, 2013

Many of us are keep publishing such reports. The main thing is that we need to choose right industry research report according to our requirement.

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