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Peace of Art: Cooking Therapy as an alternative method to create a safe space in the society

  Covid-19 pandemic is returning, so are the stress and worries which follow such a situation. Back when we first knew about the coronavirus, Ruslina “Rus” Muleng realized that it causes tremendous impacts to people. The lockdown restricted the movement and activities. “First I was interested in art therapy and I imagined that it should […]

Bang Chalong Model: One stop service that believes design can improve community’s quality of life

Efficient space design contributes to a better quality of life, this is the key concept of Bang Chalong Farming Team members’ adherence. The better quality of life in their perspective covers various dimensions such as economic, health, and society. Bang Chalong Model is a gathering of three landscape architect students includings Patawee “Non” Luphonthae, Kotchawan […]

“Investment for Global Resources” the Sustainable Blueprint for Community-Based Entrepreneurship

Nowadays, corporates don’t only expect the break-even points or the profit, but also the point that we called “Impact Investing and Innovative Finance”, the new economic blueprint that would widen the perspective of corporates and community-based entrepreneurship aiming for sustainable community change. Part of Impact Investing to begin with is “Biodiversity Finance” What is Biodiversity […]

SDGs Impact: Why it Matters for Businesses?

Written by Aphinya Siranart, Head of Exploration, UNDP Thailand ‘Business as usual’ is no longer acceptable, and certainly not conducive to the creation of a sustainable future. The business context has changed significantly in the last decade and is set to change further in the coming years as stakeholders bring their growing influence to bear. Consumers, […]

Mindventure: When passion becomes profession

Feeling lost is, somehow, a part of life. The sense of loss may relate to education, work, or relationship. This feeling often blocks your feeling and emotion. Back in 2016, this kind of feeling occurred to Kangsom-Chanakarn Kachonseree as well. At that time she was a high school student, the turning point of many aspects […]

Youth Co:Lab story: IY4SD – Modern Indigenous weaving product to promote understanding towards Gender, Indigenous people and livelihood

  Mae Sam Laep Village, Sop Moei District, Mae Hong Son Province has an unique characteristic. It is located on the Thai-Burma border, the Salween River serves as a borderline. In 1994, the village area was declared a part of the Salween National Park. The modern forest conservation regulations have left profound impacts on the […]

Youth Co:Lab story: HINT – Resolving Students’ Insolvability

Studying in class alone may not always give 100% understanding and not everyone is comfortable with raising hands in the middle of the class. Therefore, many need supporters outside the classroom, be it asking questions from friends, tutoring or asking from their parents. However, these options are not available for everyone. Additionally, Covid-19 pandemic has […]

Learning journey of Youth Co:Lab 2020

Experienced by youth, Initiated by youth, and the solutions by youth is the idea of the Youth Co:Lab, the always sphere for youth to create social innovation. ​The severe global issues, the pandemic of the COVID-19, have made it easy for the organizer to select the theme that fits the society’s current challenges. The theme, […]

Young People, Economy, and the COVID-19: The Economic Crisis Expanding to Multi-dimension Difficulties of Youth Life

  “More than 8 in 10 children and young people in Thailand said they were anxious that the COVID-19 pandemic would affect their household income.” “23 percent of young people who either had permanent jobs or worked part-time is reported unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.” This is the fact collected from more than 6,000 children and […]

Youths in a time of Corona Virus (Covid-19)

Surveying Youth Free-Time It’s prevalent that people are encouraged to stay at home during COVID-19 . Additionally, many schools, public spaces and activity space are temporarily closed. These factors have made people, especially kids and youths, have so much time at home. The UNICEF and its partners’ survey findings on Covid-19 Impacts to Youths showed […]

How Covid-19 affects Youth?

  Covid-19, in some ways, is affecting everyone including children and youth. The Children and youth’s worriness have stemmed from different issues, from physical health, mental health, education challenges to economy regression. UNICEF together with The Children and Youth Council of Thailand, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and United Nations Population Fund(UNFPA) surveyed 6,771 individuals […]

“Media for Citizenship Application Team” Youth from Chiang Mai who fight for stateless people’s rights

To build their own identity, stateless people have to face several obstacles for example “the process takes too much time”, “many cases are being avoided and postponed”, “high expenses” “exploitation by middlemen.” These are the reasons why 3 stateless youth from Chiang Mai ; Chart – Suchart Ingtha, Eak – Pathiparn Nalong and Tee – […]

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