Asia Development Dialogue is a collaboration between OXFAM, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (Singapore), with support of the Rockefeller Foundation. Recognizing the importance of multi-stakeholder dialogue and joint solutions to tackle critical urban challenges today, the platform brings together diverse stakeholders from government, the private sector, academia, and civil society into the conversation on urban development.
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1. To initiate multi-sector dialogue on urban challenges for government leaders, senior civil servants, NGOs, private sector, and academics.
2. To enable innovative, process driven analyses of urban governance challenges.
3. To promote knowledge sharing and partnership on inclusive local economic development, urban resilience, and citizen participation with a special focus on secondary cities in Asia.
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Lilian Mercado is the Deputy Regional Director of Campaigns and Policy for Oxfam. Previously Lilian was a Country Director for Oxfam Philippines and seconded from Oxfam to ASEAN as an Advisor on Partnerships and Resource Mobilization for the ASE…
Dr. Poocharoen’s research interests include public management reforms, public administration theories, organization theories, comparative public administration, and public policy analysis. She received her PhD in Public Administration from the…
Stefan Nachuk jointed the Rockefeller Foundation in 2007. As an Associate Director, Mr. Nachuk provides strategic leadership and guides efforts focused on transformation of health systems in developing countries. He also promotes the creation…
Mr. Pariphan Uawithya is currently a programme associate for the Rockefeller Foundation. His core areas of focus are with the foundation’s initiative to expand access to renewable energy in rural India, and on increasing access to publicly-suppo…
Dr. Apiwat Ratanawara is a former research fellow for the Science, Technology, and Globalization project at the Belief Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University. He is currently a professor at the Department of Urban and…
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