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Mandalay and Myawadi: Responsible Business Training
The debates concerned good governance, openness, the fight against bribery, tribal peoples and other commercial and humanitarian questions. In Myawadi on 27 and 28 July, together with Peace Nexus, International Alert and MCRB's partners, Myanmar International Coalition on Aid (MBCA), organized a sustainable action group. About 25 attendees were industry professionals from the wood industry, agriculture, building industry, Karen community CSO' and Karen ethnically based organizations.
MCRB ( "Vicky Bowman and MCRB Programme Associate Thein Than Htay") also lectured on sustainable development at Mandalay University, which includes an Executive Masters in Public Administration from Meiktila University, Mandalay, Yadanapon University and Mandalay Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MRCCI), from August 7 to 10.
The students studied humanities, historical studies, archeology, jurisprudence, geology as well as civil service. This meeting was held with the assistance of the Japanese advertising agency Nagata, which also organised the establishment of sponsorship waste containers in Bagan and several universities and city centres as well as touristic locations in Mandalay. The debates concerned good governance, openness, the fight against bribery, tribal peoples and other commercial and humanitarian questions.
Discussions provided opportunities for attendees to coordinate to identify the most demanding areas for good governance. The Chamber's members identifies the processing industry and the agricultural sector. The Yadanbon University Department was particularly worried about farming, especially the excessive use of fertilisers and pesticides, and concern about nutrition. The chamber members recognized the complexities of legislation and regulation and the rising cost to companies as the reason why companies are not accountable.
The effects on the right to good human life have been recognised as the most significant adverse effects of unaccountable action.