Knowledge and understand may not work appropriately unless tailored with practice and inculcation.
Date: Oct 04-09, 2018
Time: 7-11 AM
Venue: Asian Peace Academy
Thapa Gaun, New Baneshwor
ASIAN ACADEMY FOR PEACE, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
NEW BANESHWOR, THAPA GAUN
TEL: 015244060, EMAIL: email@example.com
Asian Academy for Peace, Research and Development, established in 2010, has been working for development al peace in Nepal. This no-profit entity focuses on community development with peace, transformed conflict, inclusive and responsive community development initiatives. It encourages quality research work and professional & scientific writings for research and development initiatives.
Asian Peace Academy has come up with six days workshop for qualitative and quantitative research, thesis and proposal writing. We provide practical approach in knowing concepts and developing tools and techniques retired for research design. We share practical skills and measurers those are applied in good proposal, thesis and report writing.
Through this practice workshop participants will be capable to
• Erode misconceptions and apt with research registers
• Scope and designing research & develop research tools Presenting data and analytical skill
• Writing, paraphrasing, citing and editing proposal / report
Registration fee: NRs 12,500.00 (Inclusive of VAT)
The Fee includes training materials and afternoon lunch. Application should reach us as soon as possible as we have not more than 10 seats available.
Ms Rita Shrestha: Rita has more than 20 years of professional experience, working in the field of promoting Good Governance, Gender and Inclusion in Nepal. Rita has worked with international NGOs for seven years and managed its Governance program. She has long experience in research and project evaluation work.
Dr DB Subedi: DB has PhD in Peace Studies from the University of New England, Australia. His PhD research investigates post-conflict recovery and peace building in Nepal, with particular reference to economic and social reintegration of Maoist ex-combatants. He also holds Master Degrees in Social Anthropology and Sociology from Central European University, Hungary and Tribhuvan University, Nepal respectively. DB is an experienced peacebuilding practitioner and researcher with more than 18 years of experience in South and South East Asia, particularly in Nepal, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.
Dr Khagendra Prasai: Mr Prasai, has PhD in “Habermas and the Project of Emancipation:
Communicative Action, Emancipated Society and The Self-Constitution of Emancipatory Agency” from State University of New York, Binghamton, New York, USA. He is associated with central department of political science and rural development, Tribhuwan University as PHD guide.
Mr Rabindra Bhattarai: Rabindra has professional experience of more than 20 years as human rights defender and legal practitioner in Nepal. He has taken position at executive level for the designing developing and implementing projects that were intended to promote accountability, access to justice and rights of the child. Rabindra has understanding on gender, violence and conflict mitigation, juvenile justice and penal reform at considerable level. He has undertaken several research assignments and has conducted research in his individual capacity as well as in a team. He has supervised more than 30 dissertations of the Master’s Degree under faculties of law at Tribhuvan University and Purbanchal University.
Mr Sharad Neupane: Sharad has more than 20 years of professional experience in Nepal working with government, University and non-governmental organisations. He has long experience of facilitation of training, research and impact study of the projects. He earned his MA in applied conflict transformation studies from Cambodia, Masters of Statistics from TU Kathmandu and Diploma in ‘Social development planning and management’ from Kathmandu.
Mr Tulsi Nepal: Tulasi R. Nepal is a multi-dimensional professional in the areas of Peace, Development and Emergencies. He has gathered experiences working in various conflict zones (Odisha and Manipur – India; Cambodia; Sri Lanka; Nepal; Indonesia, Afghanistan and Iraq, Kurdistan Region) designing, executing and monitoring development, humanitarian and peacebuilding programs for more than a decade. He holds MAs in Rural Development; Applied Conflict Transformation Studies and Business Administration.