On March 22, 2017, Rapid Asia in partnership with OXFAM America, Cambodia presented “Understanding the Implication of Macroeconomic Growth on Smallholder Farmer, Landless, Landpoor and Women’s livelihood and Land Rights in Lower Mekong Basin Region” Abstract Rapid economic expansion has led to an increase in demand for agricultural land, creating land tenure insecurity for the small-scale… Read more »
At the May 2016 press launch of Open Doors: An IOM X Production, an Indonesian woman came up to me and said, “This is really good. It is so good to see positive stories, rather than negative ones, used to teach a lesson”. The woman, who had previously worked as a domestic worker in Hong… Read more »
Getting the message right takes more than a group of communication practitioners. You need to go to the experts: those to whom the message is intended. When IOM X, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) innovative campaign to prevent human trafficking, develops videos, it conducts consultations… Read more »
On 17 th January 2017, Rapid Asia presented at a validation workshop about the Survey and Study of Access to Justice for Migrants Workers Study in 4 countries.
Aug 29 – Sep 2 2016, RAPID ASIA had stakeholders interview and baseline data collection in MaeSot for IOM MM & HC project. The data collected will be used for vulnerabilities assessment and will be used to foster the project development in the future.
11th March 2016—More than 100 behavior change experts, including Rapid Asia met in Hong Kong to formulate innovative approaches and action plans to change the knowledge, attitudes and practice of consumers of illegal wildlife products. Watch the conference video featuring various speakers including Daniel from Rapid Asia. The material of the workshop can also be… Read more »
Hong Kong, 11th March 2016—More than 100 behavior change experts, including Rapid Asia met in Hong Kong to formulate innovative approaches and action plans to change the knowledge, attitudes and practice of consumers of illegal wildlife products. Participants from approximately 60 organizations across the globe represented diverse professional and research experience on influencing consumer choice… Read more »
The International Labour Organization will conduct research into the experiences that Myanmar migrant workers have faced abroad and how the country benefits after they return home, according to the UN agency. The research will start next month in locations that send the most labourers abroad – Meiktila andMyingyan townships in Mandalay Region, as well as… Read more »
Picture derived from Freeland Twenty-six civil society and government organizations met in Beijing on May 12 and 13 to explore the impact of behavior change campaigns implemented in China over the last four years to curb the local consumption of wildlife products. The country is one of the world’s biggest markets for such products. In… Read more »
On 29 April 2016, Rapid Asia in collaboration with UN Women conducted a Validation Workshop with a view to presenting key findings from a baseline study on “Situation of Market Vendors in Vientiane Capital”. Workshop participants included key stakeholders from Lao government agencies. Recommendations and comments on the key findings from this workshop will be incorporated… Read more »