Individuals Participating in the Re-Thinking Property Platform

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For more info, go to the general reference page: Re-Thinking Property for a Well-Being Society

For the participating organizations, see: Organizations Participating in the Re-Thinking Property Platform

Organizations

Organizers: School for Wellbeing Studies and Research / Suan Nguen Mee Ma social enterprise

Leading sponsor: The Japan Foundation

Sponsors:

  • Thailand Research Fund
  • Chulalongkorn University; Chula Global Network
  • Heinrich Boell Foundation; (in Bangkok: Heinrich Böll Stiftung Southeast Asia Regional Office)
  • Right Livelihood College, Penang, Malaysia
  • Sciences Po, Paris
  • Universitee Catholique de Louvain, Hoover Chair of Economic and Social Ethics, Belgium
  • CCFD – Terre Solidaire, France


Full list of participating organisations, including affiliation of speakers:


  • School for Wellbeing Studies and Research, Thailand
  • The Japan Foundation, Japan
  • Centre for Alternative Development Initiatives, Philippines
  • Right Livelihood College, Penang, Malaysia
  • Commons Strategy Group, Planet Earth
  • Public Interest Research Centre, India
  • Centre for Bhutan Studies, Bhutan
  • Peace and Conflict Studies Centre, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
  • Healthy Public Policy Foundation; Thailand
  • Thailand Reform Committee
  • Centre for Ethics of Science and Technology, Thailand
  • Environment and Sustainable Development Division, UN-ESCAP
  • World Future Council

Participants per country of origin or residence

Belgium

  1. Michel Bauwens, Commons Strategies Group
  2. Christian Arnsperger – Universitee Catholique de Louvain, Hoover Chair of Economic and Social Ethics, Belgium/Germany (update: is not able to attend)


Bhutan

  1. Dasho Karma Ura – President, Centre for Bhutan Studies; independent thinker on Gross National Happiness
  2. Khesang Tshomo ; Coordinator for the National Organic Programme, Ministry of Agriculture, Bhutan. Khesang works with farmers and extension, coordinating and facilitating multi-sector collaboration in common sector development and promotion of organic farming.

China

  1. Dr. Peiyuan Guo; one of China’s renowned experts in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Socially Responsible Investment (SRI)

France

  1. Francois Bafoil


Germany

On the commons and the growth paradigm, http://commonsblog.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/commons-beyond-growth/

India

  1. Ramaswamy Sudarshan (India), Legal Policy Advisor, UNDP
  2. Prashant Varma: Coordinator of the Deerpark Institute, Bir, India; Prashant is active in the International Network of Engaged Buddhists.

Japan

  1. Takayoshi Kusago – Professor Social Systems Design, Kansai University, Japan
  2. Katsumi Kakazu, Director General, The Japan Foundation, leading sponsor (5 min.)


Laos

  1. Sombath Somphone; Founder and Executive director of the non-profit Participatory Development Training Centre (PADETC); In 2005 Sombath received the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Community Leadership


Malaysia

  1. Sharan Srinivas, Programme Manager, Right Livelihood College, Penang, Malaysia


Philippines

  1. Nicanor Perlas (Philippines), Founder CADI (Centre for Alternative Development Initiatives); Right Livelihood Award Recipient


Thailand

  1. Surat Horachaikul, Director School for Wellbeing Studies and Research
  2. Katsumi Kakazu, Director General, The Japan Foundation, leading sponsor
  3. Wallapa van Willenswaard
  4. Hans van Willenswaard
  5. Surin Pitsuwan (Thailand), Secretary General ASEAN
  6. Ms. Rosana Tositrakul, Senator, Thailand
  7. Surichai Wungaeo, Director, Peace and Conflict Studies Centre, Chulalongkorn University; Advisor of the School for Wellbeing Studies and Research
  8. Suthipand Chirativat
  9. Sutichai Eamcharoenying
  10. Nares Damrongchai
  11. Pun-Arj Chairatana
  12. Apichai Puntasen
  13. Prida Tiasuwan
  14. Somboon Chungprampree
  15. Ms. Amara Pongsapich
  16. Ms. Sarinee Achavanuntakul
  17. Ms. Chalida Tajaroensuk
  18. Soraj Hongladarom
  19. Chitphong Kittinaradorn
  20. Jarin Boonmathya
  21. Ms. Kingkorn Narintarakul Na Ayudhaya
  22. Sulak Sivaraksa – Thai public intellectual, socially engaged Buddhist activist and Right Livelihood Awardee. Recipient of the Niwano Peace Prize 2011. Advisor of the School for Wellbeing Studies and Research.
  23. Ms M.R. Kalaya Tingsabadh, Vice President International Affairs, Chulalongkorn University (5 min.)

USA

  1. Craig Warren Smith
  2. David Korten

To Be Determined

  1. Jost Wagner, Process Consultant/Facilitator: Explanation of the ‘exchange platform’ format; self-introductions of the participants
  2. Jean-Pierre A. Verbiest, Country Director Asian Development Bank, Thailand Resident Mission
  3. Francois Bafoil
  4. Ramaswamy Sudarshan,
  5. Ms. Amara Pongsapich,
  6. Guo Peiyuan,
  7. Sebastien Treyer
  8. David Crookall
  9. Kavaljit Singh
  10. Rae Kwon Chung
  11. Nakamura Hishashi
  12. Jacques-chai Chomthongdi
  13. Decharut Sukkamnoed
  14. Yoshiyuki Nagata
  15. Sharan Srinivas
  16. Jean-Pierre A Verbiest
  17. Takayoshi Kusago,
  18. Krista Nadakavukaren
  19. Francois Bafoil
  20. Kavaljit Singh
  21. Ms. Cheah Vanath,
  22. Ven. Dhammananda,
  23. Ms. Padmawadi Suziki,
  24. Sombath Somphone
  25. Daycha Siripatra
  26. Ong Kung Wai
  27. Ms. Khesang Tshomo