Address by Ms. Emma Morley, Team Leader, Democratic Governance, United Nations Development Programme
Aug 25, 2016
In Myanmar, as in other countries, public servants are in a strong position to come up with new, creative and effective solutions to the challenges they face every day. This workshop is an opportunity for reform leaders to listen to the suggestions of civil servants from across government about how to strengthen and reform the civil service.
Media Advisory: Consultative Workshop on Civil Service Reform Strategic Action Plan to be Held
Aug 19, 2016
The Union Civil Service Board (UCSB) with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is organising a Consultative Workshop on Civil Service Reform Strategic Action Plan from 25-26 August 2016 in Nay Pyi Taw at the Myanmar International Convention Centre (MICC II).
The Union Attorney General Visits the Yangon Rule of Law Centre and Reaffirms Cooperation
Jun 24, 2016
The Union Attorney General H.E. U Tun Tun Oo visited the Yangon Rule of Law Centre today where he met with staff and graduates from the rule of law courses and observed an ongoing ‘training of trainers’ course.
Sweden Provides 30 Million Swedish Krona to Support UNDP’s Work in Myanmar
Jun 17, 2016
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has received an additional 30 million Swedish krona (approximately USD 3.6 M) from the Government of Sweden to support the agency’s work in Myanmar in the areas of democratic governance, local development and environmental sustainability.
Developing a new roadmap for making Myanmar safe and resilient
Jun 16, 2016
Today’s workshop developed a process for formulation of a new MAPDRR building on the accomplishments and synergies with other relevant action plans.
- Emma Morley: Speech at Foundational Leadership Programme for Speakers and Deputy Speakers of Region and State Hluttaws Jun 15, 2016
Supporting community energy needs through simple technologies
Jun 14, 2016
“Now we do not need to worry about lighting. I am happy that my students have sufficient light to do their homework.”
Exploring Access to Justice and Informal Justice Systems in Myanmar
Jun 9, 2016
Seventy-four year old Myitkyina resident Ban Li Hawng Day has a lifetime of experience with Kachin traditions and customary practices. While the quiet man claims that he is not well-educated, he is highly respected by his peers and his community, and has been elected to the central committee of the Kachin Literature and Cultural Association. The Association promotes Kachin culture, language and dance and plays a role in helping people settle disputes through its judicial committee, of which Ban Li Hawng Day is the chairperson.
Toily Kurbanov Remarks at the Opening Ceremony of the Parliament Committee Induction Programme
Jun 6, 2016
By learning from international experience and from each other, we hope that you will gain more knowledge on how to develop rules and work practices allowing the committees
- Toily Kurbanov: Remarks at Cost Sharing Agreement Signing with Japan Jun 2, 2016