Related Posts: Timor-Leste
January 6, 2016
In the last year, Asia experienced both highs and lows: historic elections in Myanmar and Sri Lanka, devastating earthquakes in South Asia, booming growth in India and slumping economies in China and Mongolia, anti-government protests in Malaysia, South Korea, and beyond, aging populations juxtaposed with unprecedented youth bulges…
Topics: 2016 Forecast | ASEAN | Climate Change | Conflict and Fragile Conditions | Economic Development | Elections | Environment | Governance | Human Rights | Law and Justice | Regional Cooperation | Washington DC
December 16, 2015
During 2015, The Asia Foundation worked to address the critical issues facing Asia, from education of a new electorate in Myanmar, to aid and recovery programs in post-earthquake Nepal, to empowering young, dynamic change-makers…
December 9, 2015
Asia’s newest country, Timor-Leste, boasts one of the highest rates of female parliamentarians in the region and has made a number of important legislative advances in recent years on domestic violence.
October 21, 2015
Last week, the director of Sri Lanka’s National Police Academy joined a delegation from The Asia Foundation’s Community Policing Program in Timor-Leste for a National Forum on Community Policing to discuss community policing approaches…
July 22, 2015
As in many countries, there are myriad challenges to ending violence against women and children in Timor-Leste. Among these challenges, assumptions concerning women’s economic vulnerability and their dependence on their spouses can have a significant…
May 13, 2015
The science of public opinion research has developed tremendously in the last three decades. Advanced statistical methods now allow researchers to reliably infer the opinions of millions of citizens from representative random samples, and the public opinion survey has become an essential tool in the toolkit of democratic governance.
April 22, 2015
Will Malaysia continue its trajectory of economic growth, or will it get caught in the so-called middle-income trap? Will Myanmar successfully shake off the legacy of decades of military rule and violent conflict and transform itself into a peaceful and thriving market democracy?
March 25, 2015
What exactly are international norms and standards of electoral integrity, and how should these be promoted while accommodating local circumstances, such as conflict, socio-economic conditions, and culture? Last week, the Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) and the National Electoral Commission of Timor-Leste…
March 4, 2015
It has been more than a century since the world first celebrated March 8 as International Women’s Day. This year also marks the 20th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women when representatives from 189 governments signed the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action…
Topics: Beijing20 | Critical Issues | Economic Development | Education | Inequality | International Development | International Women's Day | Law and Justice | Literacy | Washington DC | Women's Empowerment | Women's Participation
Countries: Afghanistan | Bangladesh | Cambodia | China | India | Indonesia | Japan | Korea | Laos | Malaysia | Maldives | Mongolia | Myanmar | Nepal | North Korea | Pacific Islands | Pakistan | Philippines | Singapore | Sri Lanka | Taiwan | Thailand | Timor-Leste | Vietnam
March 4, 2015
On February 16, Dr. Rui Maria de Araújo delivered his first speech as new prime minister of Timor-Leste, driving home a commitment to peace, reconciliation, economic development, and poverty reduction. He also emphasized the need to build a more inclusive society…