(Submit your paper know for "2020 Pre-Election Debate: Parties and Policies" to be organized on 11 May 2019). You can't understand the following text, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further clarification. May 11, 2019 ah Chinbridge Institute tawrelnak in tuah dingmi "2020 Pre-election Debate: Parties and Policy" caah presentation proposal kan … Continue reading Call for Presentation Proposals and Participants
A luancia kum thum chungah Anti-corruption Comission of Myanmar sin ah ziknawh eihmuarnak kong report a lutmi buaktlak in cun a tam nain ramthen (region) pawl sin deuh in a si. Ramrulh (State) in report a lutmi a tlawm, timi Anti-corruption C omission website ah an langhtermi data zohnak in theih khawh a si. Kum … Continue reading Anti-corruption Commission Sin Report A Lutmi A Tam
What is Civic Education? Civic education is broadly and commonly defined as all the processes that affect people’s beliefs, commitments, capabilities, and actions as members or prospective members of communities. Civic education generally aims to answer questions such as who has the full rights and obligations of a citizen? In what communities ought we see … Continue reading What Is Civic Education and Why Is It Important?
Hi course hi kum fatin March ah thawkmi course a si. Kum khat chung kai ding course a si. Zarh khat chungah zarhteni (Saturday) lawng ah kai dingmi course a si. Kai Caan: 9:30am-12:30PM Kai Ni: Zarhteni fatin (every Saturday) Hi course caah semester pahnih a um. >Semester pakhatnak cu March ni 9 in thawk … Continue reading Diploma in Political Science and Public Administration
This report is a result of five-month long research project, “Understanding Political Representation and the Level of People Participation in Chin State,” carried out between August and December, 2018 by Chinbridge Institute (Center for Research and Social Studies) and supported by Global Research Network on Parliaments and People, London, United Kingdom. The primary aim of … Continue reading Leaflet: Understanding Political Representation and the Level of People Participation in Chin State
We just published our anti-corruption report today. This report examines Chin public opinion on corruption in Chin State. It looks at both perceived and experienced levels of corruption in Chin State. It also highlights the public’s perceived level of corruption in non-government sectors such as private businesses, religious institutions and non-governmental organizations but with a … Continue reading People, Trust and Government: Chin Public Perceived and Experienced Level of Corruption