• Manushya Foundation

MEDIA ADVISORY - CSO Sustainability Index Report

3 December 2019, 6.00 PM to 8.00 PM

SEA Junction

On 3 December 2019, Manushya Foundation in collaboration with USAID, FHI360, ICNL and SEA Junction will launch a report on the CSO Sustainability Index in Thailand where it will be the opportunity to discuss whether the legal, social, and funding landscapes are supportive of CSOs’ sustainability in Thailand!

Community leaders, CSO experts, and development partners will discuss challenges and solutions, and will include:

  • Ms. Asmah Tanyongdaoh, Southern Working Group for Monitoring International Mechanisms

  • Mr. Phil Robertson, Human Rights Watch

  • Ms. Nittaya Muangklang, Isaan Land Reform Network

  • Mr. Direk Hamnakorn, Green World Network, Thepa

  • Ms. Supecha Baotip, Tamtang

  • Ms. Sugarnta Sookpaita, Migrant Workers Federation

  • Ms. Emilie Pradichit, Manushya Foundation

WHAT: Launch of the CSO Sustainability Index Report

WHEN: 6:00PM – 8:00PM, Tuesday 3 December

WHERE: SEA Junction, Suite 408 BACC, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 939 Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan Bangkok, Thailand 10330 (inside BACC, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, 4th floor)

Simultaneous translation from TH to EN & EN to TH and refreshments will be provided.

For inquiries and to RSVP, please contact: contact@manushyafoundation.org or call us at: 094-581-1827


About the project: The CSOSI Sustainability Index project is funded by USAID, and implemented by FHI360 in partnership with ICNL and it assesses the sustainability of CSO sectors in countries around the world. Manushya Foundation is the implementation partner for the 2018 CSOSI report of Thailand, the report is largely based on input provided by civil society experts, including experts from INGOs, CSOs, CBOs, grassroots, and human rights defenders.

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