The 3rd International Conference on Gross National Happiness Conference 2007, Nongkhai & Bangkok, Thailand

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"I feel that there must be some convergence among nations on the idea of what the primary objective of development and progress should be - something Gross National Happiness seeks to bring about".

                    H.M. Jigme Khesar Wangchuck



GNH Movement Project 2008-2009

Gross National Happiness: a new development paradigm?

GNH Movement Project 2008-2009

Six workshops/forums exploring and mapping new impulses for social transformation

Garden of Fruition publishers and partners with support of Thailand Research Fund and ThaiHealth Global Link Initiative Project (TGLIP)


Programme

Workshop/Forum 2

Defining Happiness for Social Change and Social Wellbeing

10 October 2008, 09.00 – 14.00 hours

Ruen Chula Narumite, Chulalongkorn University

09.00 – 09.30 Registration.

09.30 – 10.00 Student’s music group Silpakorn University. Introduction. Brief review of the first forum Crisis and Opportunities for Change and outline of the GNH Movement Project by GNH Project Team.

10.00 – 11.00 Presentations Happiness, Contemplative Education and Transformation

Moderator:

  1. Assoc. Professor Surat Horachaikul, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University

Resource persons:

  1. Nuttarote Wangwinyoo – Happiness and Transformative Learning
  2. Dr. Somboon Siriprachai – Beyond GDP: New Trends towards Wellbeing Economics?
  3. Dr. Suttilak Smitasiri – Towards a Model for Participatory Happiness Promotion at Community Level. A Preliminary Study.

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30 Dialogue

Responses and Exchanges

  1. Dr. Chumpol Poolpatrachewin, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, from the perspective of transformative learning and contemplative science.
  2. Dr. Anuchat Poungsomlee, Deputy President, Mahidol University; President Centre for Contemplative Education, general remarks.
  3. Tanthip Thamrongwarangkul M.D., Sustainable Community Development Foundation, on happiness-driven community development.

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch with music and World Café discussion in small groups; facilitator Nuttarote Wangwinyoo

13.30 – 14.00 Plenary exchanges

Resource persons:

  1. Surat Horaichaikul – Moderator. M.A. Politics and Contemporary History (London Guildhall University); MS.C. Industrial Relations and Personnel Management (University of London); Certificate in International Law.
  2. Nuttarote Wangwinyoo – studied at Naropa University, USA, and co-founded the Kwan Muang Institute based in Chiang Rai. He is a much demanded human development trainer in Thailand, focusing on dialogue in the context of business leadership and within educational organizations.
  3. Dr. Somboon Siriprachai – is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University, Editor of the Thammasat Economic Journal and Director of the ‘WTO Watch’ project. He received his doctorate at Lund University in Sweden and adheres to institutional economics.
  4. Dr. Suttilak Smitasiri – The research project on Happiness is supported by the Centre for Contemplative Education, Mahidol University. Dr. Suttilak received Masters Degrees in Development Communication from Chulalongkorn University and Stanford University, USA, and a doctoral degree in community nutrition from University of Queensland, Australia. She focuses on social marketing and integrated communication for change.


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