CSEND conducts research on issues of public interest. The results of this ongoing research on socio-economic topics are published in academic and professional journals, in books or as CSEND monographs.
CSEND focuses on the following research areas: Public sector and Governance, Poverty Alleviation, Quality in Higher Education, Environmental Conflict and Mediation, Trade Negotiation, and Diplomacy Dialogue.
Stakeholder Interactions & Dialogues
CSEND designs and facilitates stakeholder interactions on issues of public interests through workshops, forums, action research, conferences and use of role-play simulations.
Negotiating Trade and Foreign Direct Investment Agreements Workshop
Climate Change: Policy and Outreach
Together with its partner and associates, CSEND has been active in the UNFCCC arena in order to promote public awareness, effective participation and socio-eco-logical sustainable solutions to the climate change challenge.
- Economic Potentials of CDM
- United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNFCCC
- Cop 13, scaling up
- Cop 13, Bali, Indonesia, 1-12 December 2007