Program

12 July 2021

Opening Remarks, 1300-1315 H Register

Keynote Panel 1: Securitization of the Marginalized Amid

Covid-19, 1315-1400

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Ms. Cecilia Jimenez-Damary, UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons
Sivananthi Thanehiran, Executive Director, Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Center for Women (ARROW)

 1400-1520

Sub-theme Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4

Room 1: Covid 19

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Internet Freedom and Digital Authoritarianism During the Covid-19 pandemic; the need for a right to the internet and information to protect democracy and human rights (Isaac Mcneill) The Production of Stranded Labour Migrants in the Philippines during the COVID-19 Pandemic (Gretchen Abuso) Isolation Measures, Measuring Inequalities: COVID-19 Containment Measures of Migrant Workers in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand (Tala Celina U. Batangan)

Room 2: Women

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 Women’s Political Representation and Development Policies  in Thailand and the Philippines: A Paradox (Hanna Audry Concepcion Hilao)  Career experiences of women academics in leadership positions at a Cambodian universities (Somaly KUM)  In her own voice: literary representations of the sri lankan female militant  (Shani Asokan)  Women in politics in the Maldives: a study on the challenges faced by women at the parliamentary level (Saajidha Majdhee)

Room 3: Environment

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The State of Food Loss and Waste Reduction Campaigns: The Role of Behaviour  Economics (Xuan-Ngan HO THI) Policy Engagements for a Just Decarbonisation: China’s 2060 Carbon Neutrality Pledge’s Ramifications on the Coal Industry Workforce in Shanxi (Lucile Charriaut) Why did the Thai government decide to ban imported plastic scraps by 2021? An application of the Multiple Stream model to analyze Thai plastic importation ban (Parppim Pimmaratana) Towards inclusive urban waste systems: integrating informal waste workers for a circular economy (Charrlotte Adelina)

Room 4: Divided Societies

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Constructing public opinion through media: with special reference to the case of Sri Lankan civil war (Ashawarie Karunanayake) Hijabophobia and the cultural rights of Muslim minorities of Sri Lanka in the aftermath of Easter Sunday attacks  (Raazi Muhammadh Jaabir) The Development of Critical Consciousness in Thai Student Activists (Pau Supanuntaroek)

1530-1700

Sub-theme Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4

Room 1: Nationalism and Peace

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Women Peace and Security- Has a gendered approach to peacebuilding been a stable process for conflict resolution? (Robaiya Nusrat)   Karen Diaspora and the Sense of Belonging: Multiple Identities and Homeland Attachment through Transnational Social Movements (Thinh Mai Phuc)  FC Barcelona role in the Catalan Independence Movement (Phawin Seangkumchoo) International Rebranding of Nigeria: The Relationship between Good Governance, Public Diplomacy and Foreign Direct Investment in Improving a Nation’s Image (Obinna James Ekwonna)

Room 2: Women’s Health

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Pattaya Migrant Female Sex Workers’ Challenges in Accessing HIV Testing Services (Pattariya Maleehom) Purchasing Halal Sex: A Study of Contract Marriage in Bogor, Indonesia (Ika Kurnia Riswandari) Women’s accessibility to safe aboriton services in Nepal (Sharmila Bhandari )  The Symbolic Violence against Indonesian Women’s Organization under Cold War Ideology: A Bourdieusian Analysis (Maya Dania)

Room 3: Disasters

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Feminism, Speciesism and Disaster Management in Indonesia (Hanna Nur Afifah Yogar) Analyzing the Categorization of Environmentally Displaced Groups in Thailand’s Disaster Policies (Cynthia Nitsch) Disaster Response Towards Vulnerable Elderly:  A Case Study of the 2020 Flooding in Jinhua City (Shenzhi Zhu) Human Security of Karen Community in Chiang Mai’s Forest Fires, Thailand (Yukari Otsuka)

Room 4: Non-citizens and Forced Migration

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Examination of the Government’s Challenges for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Resettlement: A case study of IDPs in the Kachin State of Myanmar (Teresa) Syrian Refugees in Iraq (A Paradox) (Ayesha Siddiqa) Non-compliance Behavior of Government to Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh (Md. Adnan Mashruzzaman) “Us” versus “Them”: Revisiting the daily life struggle of stateless community in Sabah, Malaysia (Fathin Amelina Fazlie)

13 July 2021

Keynote Panel 2: Young People Moving Democracy, 1315-1400

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Lini Zurlia, Advocacy Officer, ASEAN Sogie Caucus

Rhyine Ye Linn, LGBTIQ Rights Advocate
1400-1520
Sub-theme Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4

Room 1: Myanmar Today

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Understanding Political Imprisonment During Political Transition: The Case Study of Myanmar (Tin Hla Hano) Myanmar’s CDM as a Strategic Challenge to Military Junta (Khin Nwe Cho) The Power Parallel and the February 1st Coup of Myanmar (The analysis of the relations between Tatmadaw and Aung San Suu Kyi in the last decade) (Aung Kyaw Min) The political reformation in Myanmar and the development of Myanmar’s Oil and Gas policy (Jarimjit Getmaro)

Room 2: Children

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Right to education: a case study of orphaned children whose parent’s death was not recognized as a result of the unrest in orphanage foundations in Pattani province, Thailand (Sirikanya Santayakul) Narrative Approach and Grounded Theory as the Methodological Tool for Exploring Theory of Child Marriage in Thailand (Chalalai Taesilapasathit) School lunch program(slp) and children’s food security: a case study of children in small primary school in urban poverty area in Bangkok (Naris Khanitthabud )

Room 3: Police and Security

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 Task Force Police’s Perspectives on Human Rights Training (Jose Lopes)  An Analysis on the Philippine Government Implementation of the Preventive Mechanisms Against Human Trafficking: Challenges and Prospects (Graciela Ann Ofilas Awkit) Responses to Rising Drug Use Amongst Shan Youth: Youth Migration and Engagement with Non-State Armed Groups in Shan State, Myanmar (Sai Aung Hla) The Protection Rights of The Families of Terrorism Suspects and Convicts: Looking Further the Government Responsibility in Protecting Terrorist’s Family, the Study Case of Bomb Bali I and Bomb Bali II (Aliyah Almas Saadah)

Room 4: Culture

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The Ati in Iloilo City, Philippines and a Rights-Based Approach in Strengthening their Right to Cultural Integrity in the Local Level (Lenlen Sacapaño) Social and Economic Networking in a Kachin village in Northern Thailand (Nsau Htoi Aung) Negotiating Identities: A Transformation of Thai-Muslim in the Ton-Son Mosque Community since 1970s (Vinissa Kattiya-aree)  Thailand as a Performative State: Analysis of Thailand’s Cultural Diplomacy towards China (Natdanai Kietigaroon)
1530-1700
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Room 1: The new economy

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A Comparative Study of Human Values of Founders: Social Enterprise, For-Profit, and General Population in Thailand (Sutima Detsakulrat) Platform Delivery Work in Bangkok: A Critical Analysis of Informality and Precarity (Yannik Mieruch) Bibliometric Review of the Literature on Co-management of Natural Resources (Patcharin Sae-heng) Disability Law in Contemporary Indonesia: Between a Paradigm Shift and Persistent Challenges (Ni Putu Yogi Paramitha Dewi)

Room 2: Youth and Education

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Including the Excluded: Assessing Youth and Community Participation in Alternative Learning Systems in Post-Conflict Zamboanga City (Therese Marie Bartolome Aburquez) Amongst the ‘happiest adolescents on earth’, the reality: an insight into adolescents’ perception of their rights to access mental health services in the Netherlands (Pauline Owelle) Thai Youth and Civic Learning in the Digital Age (Aree Tomes) Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)’s Role in Assisting Digitalization in Vocational Education Development: A Comparative Analysis of Indonesia and Thailand (Anastasia Sylvia Wurningsihputri Pongoh)

Room 3: Democracy

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Between the State and the Electorate? How Cambodian Journalists Define Democracy (Lilli Tabea Albrecht ) The Challenges Of Thai Citizens After Attitude Adjustment Or Intimidated By Military Government From 2014-2019 (Punnawit Tantirapan) What Inhibits the Consolidation of Democracy in Post-Arab Spring Egypt? (Narongpol Sathorn)

Room 4: Discrimination

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Caste Discrimination: A Study On Existing Law And Its Implementation On Inter-Caste Marriage Of Dalits In Rukum, Western Nepal (Dharmendra Bahadur Dhami) Preventing ‘Hate Crime’ in Mongolia: Transforming Symbolic Law into Action to Prevent the Discrimination Against Some Vulnerable Groups (Aslanbyek Syerik) The Queer’s Gambit: Gay Filipino Workers in Thailand (Hans Kevin Rabasio Madanguit) Gender nonconformity and workplace discrimination: Transgender experiences in Sri Lanka (Chamodi Kaluarchchi)