Peace Training Program at Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute in the Philippines 7 to 25 May 2018 Le Ngoc Bich Ly, Faculty member of the Peacebuilding program I had the opportunity to participate in the MPI 2018 Annual Peacebuilding Training in Davao City, Philippines from 7th to 25th May 2018. I took three courses: Fundamentals of Peacebuilding Continue reading
Daoism and Peacebuilding: Toward an Agenda for Research and Practice (Journal of Daoist Studies, Vol.11. January 2018)
Citizenship in Myanmar: ways of being in and from Burma, edited by Ashley South and Marie Lall (ISEAS Singapore and Chiang Mai University Press 2018).
IRCP Reception is an informal meal gathering of IRCP staff, students, and invited scholars, friends and family members once or twice a semester. It is a chance for those involved to exchange academic and life experiences, to build fellwoship and encourage one another in the academic journey. This was the third time that IRCP held Continue reading
PAYAP PRESENTS MONDAY 9 APRIL 2018 FROM 3:30 TO 5:00 P.M. ROOM PC 317 PENTECOST BUILDING, MAE KHAO CAMPUS Reflections on Orientalism in Thai Contexts by Dr. Herb Swanson
Religions, Violence, and Conflict in Rakhine State To promote religious freedom and tolerance, and to inform the public about the ongoing conflict in Rakhine State, a public seminar titled Religions, Violence and Conflict in Rakhine State was held at Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand, on Wednesday with the support of the U.S. Consulate in Continue reading
Public Seminar Religions, Violence and Conflict in Rakhine State was covered by the Irrawaddy news website. See more
The public seminar, Religions, Violence and Conflict in Rakhine State, hosted by Institute of Religion, Culture, and Peace – Payap University and U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai Thailand was held successfully on 28 February 2018.
IRCP faculty member, Dr. Le Ngoc Bich Ly and her fellow students visited Nirodharam Vipassana Meditation Center in Chom Tong, Chiang Mai yesterday 21 February 2018. The field trip, which is part of the Ph.D. course on Gender and Ethnic Identity in Peacebuilding, aimed to enhance the Ph.D. students’ practical knowledge about the struggle and life Continue reading