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The SEP for SDGs Partnership in Action

          The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a dramatic loss of lives, an unprecedented scale of social and economic disruption, an existential threat to many businesses as well as massive changes in ways of life as we know it. The pandemic has caught us off guard. It exposes not only the fragility of our existing world system, but also reflects and throws a strong light on the numerous downsides of globalization and exponential leap of development without balance and firm foundation, particularly at the grassroots level.

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Local to Global: Vision of Isan

Thailand’s northeastern region of Isan is fostering people-public-private partnerships to connect local supplies with global demand. This will enable the region to grow and be visible on the radar of global connectivity and trade.

 

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More than just a nutritious meal: “Thai Kitchen to the World” for Sustainable Food Security and Public Health

Promoting Thailand’s strengths in the agricultural sector and abundance in food ingredients, which have turnedThailand into a food production hub and consistently motivated Thailand to elevate itsfood standards

 

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Royal Moments from Down Under

On 15 February 2021, His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua and Her Majesty Queen Suthida Bajrasudhabimalalakshana graciously accepted to preside over the première viewing of the documentary commemorating “His Majesty the King’s time in Australia” at His Excellency Allan McKinnon, the Australian Ambassador’s residence. The 18-minute documentary, completed in 2020 by the Australian Embassy in Bangkok, honors His Majesty the King and his time spent in Australia during 1970 to 1976.

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Behind the scenes of Thailand’s COVID-19 economic response plan and policy making

            The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastatingly large impact on the global economy. It has catapulted the world into the worst recession since the Great Depression in 1929, surpassing the economic slump during the financial crisis a decade ago.

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2 Thais won the Swift Student Challenge

2 Thais have won the Swift Student Challenge, having an opportunity to join the Apple 2020 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC20) for free. Of all 350 student form 41 countries, the winner were chosen based on their original Swift playground submission, in which all participants were required to create an interactive scene that can be experienced within three minutes. Porjai Rangsri, one of the Thai winners, is a tenth grade student in Varee Chiangmai School who has been interested in technology since 9 years old.

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