Afro-Asian Rural Development Organization
SRI LANKAThe neglect of Sri Lanka's tent peopleBasil FernandoAn Open Letter to Mr. Ban Ki-Moon by Fr. Tissa Ballisuriya and a reply by Basil FernandoBasil FernandoJustice and the media in perilBasil FernandoA revelation paid for with deathBasil FernandoNo justice for the soldiers sonJanasansadayaJustice Mark Fernando: the right man, in wrong timesAsian Human Rights CommissionPAKISTANThe ongoing problem of forced disappearanceAsian Legal Resource CentreIs truth and reconciliation for Pakistan? Asian Human Rights Commission - Human Rights SOLIDARITY
Pakistan Banks' Association
SCWO | Singapore Council of Women's Organisations
South Asian Association For Regional Co-operation in Law, SAARCLAW, is an association of the legal communities of the SAARC countries comprising judges, lawyers, academicians, law teachers, public officers and a host of other law-related persons, duly registered with the SAARC Secretariat at Kathmandu and awarded the status of a Regional Apex Body Of SAARC. It owes its origin to the desire of the members of the legal community to establish an association within the SAARC region to disseminate information and to promote an understanding of the concerns and developments of the region. SAARCLAW was established in Colombo on 24th October 1991, when the then President of Sri Lanka His Excellency Ranasinghe Premadasa inaugurated the Association in the presence of a large gathering of the legal community. saarclaw
Asian Institute of Management
China faces barriers in the Indian Ocean The Indian Ocean is a major element in China's grand project to transform itself into a great world power, both to project its naval and continental presence and as a route for energy supplies. However, while the United States has both real allies and partners in the region, China has neither, save for an increasingly dysfunctional Pakistan. - John Lee and Charles Horner(Jan 10, '14) SPENGLERCommon traits bind Jews and Chinese It may seem odd to compare the largest of peoples with one of the world's smallest, but Chinese and Jews have something in common that helps explain their success and longevity; the ability to transcend tribalism through a unifying civilization. It should be no surprise that they have enemies in common. (Jan 10, '14)
Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development Bangladesh: Crackdown on opposition leaders and violence must end for the facilitation of an inclusive political process (Bangkok, 8 January 2014) – The Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA), a regional human rights group with 47 member organisations from 16 countries across Asia, expresses serious concern over continuing crackdown on opposition leaders and the ensuing violence perpetrated by different political forces centering recent elections. Over the last few weeks, violence [ Read more ] Cambodia: Open letter by 47 Asian NGOs to Prime Minister Hun Sen: Stop violent crackdown of protests, release all detained protestors
Q1 2012 S’pore Business Formation Trends Released GuideMeSingapore.com has just released its latest Singapore Business Formation Statistics Report for the first quarter of 2012. According to the report, there has been a surge in business formation activity during the initial quarter of 2012. Company incorporations in Q1 2012 increased to 14,596 entities representing a jump of 11% over Q4 2011.
KICAC The Korea Independent Commission Against Corruption (KICAC) was established on January 25th, 2002 pursuant to the Anti-Corruption Act, which was enacted in July 2001. The Commission is composed of nine commissioners including the Chairman, three of whom are recommended by the National Assembly, three by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and three by the President. Each serves a three-year term and can be reappointed for an additional term. The KICAC Secretariat, which oversees the organization's administration, consists of the Policy Planning Office, Public Relations & Cooperation Bureau, Report Inspection Bureau and 15 Divisions.
The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific is the flagship annual statistical data book of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). It presents economic, financial, social, environmental, and Millennium Development Goals (MDG) indicators for regional members of ADB. Data are grouped under MDG and Regional Tables. Non-technical explanations and brief analyses of the MDG achievements and economic, financial, social, and environmental developments are included. Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific
South Asia Forum for Human Rights (SAFHR) Colombo, April 11, 2013 This year promises to be a decisive one for Lankan Tamils. Events that take place this year will considerably determine the future trajectory of Tamil politics.
Society for Participatory Research in Asia - PRIA