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24 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This document originates from the Technical Working Session on Profiling Equity Focused Information, Bangkok, 23-16 June 2015.

24 Jun 2015
Manuals, guidelines, training materials

The rapid growth of preferential trade agreements in the Asia-Pacific has led to a complex situation with numerous overlapping agreements, sometimes characterized as a "noodle bowl". This diagram, updated in June 2015, represents the different trade agreements currently present in the Asia-Pacific.

 
24 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This presentation originates from the Technical Working Session on Profiling Equity Focused Information, Bangkok, 23-26 June 2015.

 
24 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This presentation originates from the Technical Working Session on Profiling Equity Focused Information, Bangkok, 23-26 June 2015.

 
24 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This presentation originates from the Technical Working Session on Profiling Equity Focused Information, Bangkok, 23-26 June 2015.

 
24 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This presentation originates from the Technical Working Session on Profiling Equity Focused Information, Bangkok, 23-26 June 2015.

 
24 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This document is designed for working group in the Technical Working Session on Profiling Equity Focused Information, Bangkok, 23-26 June 2015.

 
23 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This note provides the agenda and information for the ESCAP/ITD/ARTNeT Workshop on Negotiation of IPRs held in Bangkok on 25-26 June 2015.

 
21 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Key presentations focused on the concept of ‘Urban Nexus’, governance mechanisms and policy planning across three critical sectors to support inclusive, sustainable and resource-efficient cities. Following the presentations, a panel including city representative from Naga city, Philippines and national policymaker from the Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board, Thailand discussed the challenges and opportunities in integrating urban nexus into policy planning and urban development processes.

 
21 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

In Asia-Pacific it is evident that managing the resource footprint of cities across various ecosystems calls for institutional coordination and other forms of collaboration - which has rarely been evident. The majority of cities/municipal administrations in Asia-Pacific continue to plan and manage along sectoral lines and within municipal boundaries, and rarely in a coordinated and integrative manner.

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