20081016-dialogueforum-CaribbeanThe Centre for Socio-Eco-Nomic Development (CSEND) is pleased to invite you to a CSEND Dialogue Forum session on the topic of Implementing Sustainable HeritageTourism in the Caribbean presented by Dr. Keith Nurse on the 6th of October 2008.

Place: University of Geneva, Uni Mail

20080723-icon-DialogueForumCSEND is pleased to present Dr. Aboubakr Abdeen Badawi as the speaker at the CSEND Dialogue Forum. The forum is entitled “Career Guidance, Migration, Labor Markets’ Efficiency, Quality of Training and Democracy: Is There a Link?” and is scheduled for the 23rd of July, 2008.

Place: Uni-Mail, Room M R170, Geneva

20080519-thirdDialogueForumThird edition of CSEND Dialogue Forum on the topic of "Beauty, Art, Nature and Chaos" presented by Prof. John Briggs, on the 19th of May 2008, at University of Geneva, Uni Mail.

Place: Uni-Mail, Room M S030, Geneva

20071015-seconddialogueForumSecond edition of CSEND Dialogue Forum on the topic of "The Arts as Inspiration for Innovative Social Change" presented by Prof. Pierre Guillet de Monthoux on the 15th of October 2007, University of Geneva, Uni Mail.

Place: University of Geneva, Uni Mail

20070913-FirstDialogueForumAnnouncing the first CSEND Dialogue Forum on the topic of "Social entrepreneurship and Sustainable Livelihood for the Poor" with a case example from Maya Organic in India. 13 Septembre 2007

Place: Uni Mail, University of Geneva, Room 1130

Benchmarking conference on "Best Management Practices of In-Service Training Functions" for Swiss and Chinese officials, and executives of state-owned Chinese enterprises, Geneva, 1996.

Place: Geneva

Since 1997, CSEND is also responsible for one of the research networks of SASE, "Development, Social Change and Governance", and organised panels for the annual conference in Vienna (1998) and Madison, Wisconsin, (1999).
Place: Vienna

icon-saseCSEND organised five panels for the Eighth Annual Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) in July, 1996. The conference, held in Geneva, drew nearly 700 participants from throughout the world. Speakers and panelists, representing disciplines as diverse as sociology, economics, psychology, political science and anthropology, presented papers and stimulated discussions of conference issues.
Place: Geneva

Special Interest Group on "Quality Management in the In-Service Training Institutions of Public Administration", Paris, 1998.
Place: Paris
Panel on In-Service Training as a Strategic Instrument for Change: International Comparative Examples", Quebec, 1997.
Place: Quebec
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