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Social Networking in ASEAN

Social Networking in ASEAN

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The purpose of this proposal is to present the applied theoretical and practical experience with Digital Literacy, Digital Networks, and Social Media, as conceptualized within the Digital Fourth Way and applied in South East Asia by the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) and Four Directions International (FWI) in partnership with our Canadian and Regional SEARCH Project partners. We demonstrate that this principle-centered, culturally respectful, multi-stakeholder approach can be expanded and scaled up, within the ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) Region for achieving, One Vision, One Identity, One Community and a people-centred ASEAN by 2015. This proposal envisions a people-centred ASEAN that is fully supported by a principle-centered, Digital Human Rights Architecture for deepening and expanding economic linkages and connectivity as stipulated in the ASEAN Community Blueprints.

This proposal builds upon the vision, guiding principles and theoretical foundations that were first outlined in the document, “Deep Social Networks and the Digital Fourth Way” co-created by the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) and the Interra Project. This was the integrative theme of thought and framework for action that guided FWII and FWI’s support of our regional SEARCH partner, Forum Asia, in their Human Rights and Rule of Law work with Ethnic Minorities, Indigenous Peoples, Women, and Child Rights and Protection. This includes the creation of an ASEAN Human Rights Architecture and related Structures, as a foundation for building a people-centred ASEAN by 2015 and the development of an inclusive regional architecture, with ASEAN as the driving force that is essential for promoting regional dynamic equilibrium and ASEAN connectivity.
The purpose of this proposal is to present the applied theoretical and practical experience with Digital Literacy, Digital Networks, and Social Media, as conceptualized within the Digital Fourth Way and applied in South East Asia by the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) and Four Directions International (FWI) in partnership with our Canadian and Regional SEARCH Project partners. We demonstrate that this principle-centered, culturally respectful, multi-stakeholder approach can be expanded and scaled up, within the ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) Region for achieving, One Vision, One Identity, One Community and a people-centred ASEAN by 2015. This proposal envisions a people-centred ASEAN that is fully supported by a principle-centered, Digital Human Rights Architecture for deepening and expanding economic linkages and connectivity as stipulated in the ASEAN Community Blueprints.

This proposal builds upon the vision, guiding principles and theoretical foundations that were first outlined in the document, “Deep Social Networks and the Digital Fourth Way” co-created by the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) and the Interra Project. This was the integrative theme of thought and framework for action that guided FWII and FWI’s support of our regional SEARCH partner, Forum Asia, in their Human Rights and Rule of Law work with Ethnic Minorities, Indigenous Peoples, Women, and Child Rights and Protection. This includes the creation of an ASEAN Human Rights Architecture and related Structures, as a foundation for building a people-centred ASEAN by 2015 and the development of an inclusive regional architecture, with ASEAN as the driving force that is essential for promoting regional dynamic equilibrium and ASEAN connectivity.

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 UTILIZING THE DIGITAL 4TH WAYAS A PLATFORM FOR BUILDINGA PEOPLE-CENTRED ASEAN
Jan 25, 2011
 Chief Phil Lane Jr. and Jon RamerWith Dr. Philip Cook, Melinda McDonald, Tom Litchfield, Pitipat Phairot,Deloria Many Grey Horses, Francisco Violich, Bernice A. See andBudhie Himawan
 
Four Worlds International Institute, Four Directions International andThe Interra Project
 
 
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tilizing the Digital 4th Way as a Platform for Building a People-Centred ASEAN
FWII, FDI and The Interra Project Page 2 of 53
Acknowledgements
Our Heartfelt Respect, Esteem, Gratitude and Thanksgiving to:
Our Regional Partners and Colleagues
The Working Group for an ASEAN Human Rights Mechanism
Dr. Marzuki Darusman and Dr. Vitit Muntarbhorn  Co-Chairs, Atty. Carlos Medina  SecretaryGeneral, Atty. Arpee Santiago  Program Manager and Ms. Kris Merginio  CommunicationsManager.
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M-ASIA
Mr. Yap Swee Seng  Executive Director of FORUM-ASIA, Ms. Bernice See  ProgrammeManager for Ethnic Minorities and Indigenous Peoples and Ms. Gina Dizon  Social MediaConsultant.
The Task Force on ASEAN Migrant Workers (TF-AMW)
Mr. Sinapan Samydorai  Convener/Regional Coordinator and Mr. Phil Robertson  TechnicalAdvisor.
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nited Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (
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NIAP)
Mr. Mathew S. Friedman  Regional Project Manager.
SE Asian Peoples Center
Ms. Atnike Sigiro  Program Manager and Mr. Purnomo Satriyo Pringgodigdo Communications.
AICHR and Human Rights Working Group, Indonesia (HRWG)
Mr Rafendi Djamin  Chairman, AICHR and Director, HRWG, Ms. Kiky Hutami  AICHR ProgramAssistant and Ms. Andhini Mayra  HRWG Secretary.
Human Rights Resource Center of ASEAN (HRRCA)
Dr. Marzuki Darusman  Chairman/Director, Ms. Rully Sandra  Program Manager, and Ms.Fitria Chairani  Program Assistant.
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N Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Dr. Homayoun Alizadeh  Regional Representative for SE Asia.
Peoples Empowerment Foundation
Ms. Chalida Tajaroensuk  Director.
Vietnam Lawyers Association (VLA)
Mr. Atty. Giao Vucong  Deputy Manager of Administrative Bureau and Lecturer, School of Law,Vietnam National University.
 
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tilizing the Digital 4th Way as a Platform for Building a People-Centred ASEAN
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Development and Education Programme for Daughters and Communities (DEPDC)
Sompop Jantraka  Director.
Human Security Alliance (HSA)
Mr. Altafur Rahman  Executive Director.
The Mercy Centre
Father Joe Maier and his Beloved Executive Team: Ms. Usanee Janngeon, Ms. Ratana Chanto,Ms. Nitaya Pakkeyaka, Mr. Sombat Nunthavichtra, Staff and Students.
Our FWII/ FWI SEARCH DSN Team
Ms. Deloria Many Grey Horses, Mr. Franco Violich, Mr. Tom Litchfield, Mr. Pitipat Phairot and Mr.Budhie Himawan.
Our DSN Partners and Training Participants
The Cambodian Indigenous Youth Association (CIYA), The Colorful Ethnic Youth (CEY), Save Lahu,Kayan New Generation Youth (KNGY), Mountain Province State Polytechnic College (MPSPC),Mekong Youth Network Cambodia (MYNC), Mekong Youth Network Mae Sot (MYNMaeSot), SocialAction for Women Migrant School (SAW), Canadian Burmese Migrant School, United Lahu YouthOrganization, Kayan Womens Organization,
 
Students of Mountain Province State PolytechnicCollege (MPSPC), Student Representatives of MPSPC Tadian Campus, MPSPC Bontoc CampusSupreme Court Council, Mountain Province Youth Alliance, Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA)Mountain Province Chapter, Ap-apaway Bontoc Campus Student Newspaper, Catholic Vicariate of Bontoc, Natonin-Paracelis Student Organization, Sta. Rita Parish of Bontoc , Working Group for anASEAN Human Rights Mechanism, ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR),Human Rights Working Group Indonesia (HRWG), Southeast Asian People's Center(SEAPC), HumanRights Resource Centre for ASEAN (HRRCA), International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development(INFID), Komisi untuk Orang Hilang dan Korban Tindak Kekerasan (KontraS), Wahana LingkunganHidup Indonesia (WALHI), Serikat Buruh Migran Indonesia (SBMI), Yayasan Pemantau Hak Anak(YPHA), Praxis, Solidaritas Perempuan / We Can Campaign Indonesia, Aliansi Masyarakat AdatNusantara (AMAN).
Our Corporate Supporters
Trunity and the Digital
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niverse
Mr. Cliff Lyon  Director of Partner Development and Strategic Planning and Mr. JoakimLindblom  President and Chief Technical Officer.
Certiport
Ms. Michelle Scott  Director of Cooperate Responsibility and Ms. Siripat Patrangul  GeneralManager, Indochina Region.
ClearCenter
Mr. Michael Proper  Chief Executive Director (CEO).
TEL.A.VISION
 
Mr. George Johnson  Founder and Ringmaster.

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