Strengthening the Role of Civil Society in the ASEAN Community Post-2015 Vision

September 8, 2021Report

This report is prepared by the Indonesia’s NGO Coalition for International Human rights Advocacy (or Human Rights Working Group – HRWG) as part of the requirement stipulated in the Agreement with the ASEAN-U.S. Partnership for Good Governance, Equitable and Sustainable Development and Security (ASEAN-U.S. PROGRESS) with project number G-Jak-001.

This progress report is divided into five sections, which Introduction is the first. Second part deals with the summary of the achievements of the project. It follows by the third section on the description of the national consultations in eight countries, and section four is about the regional consultation. Section five describes the challenges faced during the implementation of the activities. Section six is about lesson learned and best practices, and the last section is the way forward.

 

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