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  • 1. At ASEAN & CHILDREN RIGHTS PHANTHONG SCHOOL JULY 28-29, 2011.
  • 2. ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS
  • 3. From the left : Narciso Ramos (the Philippines), Adam Malik (Indonesia), Thorat Khoman (Thailand), Tun Abdul Razak (Malaysia) and S. Rajaratnam (Singapore)
  • 4. Signing the ‘Bangkok Declaration’ These are the five foreign ministers of five countries who met up for the ASEAN 'Bangkok Declaration'. With the signing of the declaration, ASEAN was formed.
  • 5. Brunie Darussalam 7 January 1984 Viet Nam 28 July 1995 Lao PDR / Myanmar 23 July 1997 Cambodia 30 April 1999
  • 6.  The ASEAN Flag represents a stable, peaceful, united and dynamic ASEAN.  The colours of the Flag - blue, red, white, and yellow - represent the main colours of the flags of all the ASEAN Member States: * Blue represents peace and stability; * Red depicts courage and dynamism; * White shows purity; * Yellow symbolises prosperity  The stalks of padi represent the dream of ASEAN’s Founding Fathers for an ASEAN comprising all the countries in Southeast Asia bound together in friendship and solidarity.  The circle represents the unity of ASEAN.
  • 7.  To speed up economic growth, social progress, and cultural development among its members.  Protection of the peace and stability of the region.  Provide opportunities for the member countries to discuss differences peacefully.  Promote ASEAN identity.  Preserve Southeast Asia as a Nuclear Weapon- Free Zone and free of all other weapons of mass destruction.
  • 8. 1. Mutual respect for the independence, sovereignty, equality, territorial integrity, and national identity of all nations; 2. The right of every State to lead its national existence free from external interference, subversion or coercion; 3. Non-interference in the internal affairs of one another; 4. Settlement of differences or disputes by peaceful manner; 5. Renunciation of the threat or use of force; and 6. Effective cooperation among themselves.
  • 9. VISION
  • 10.  A Concert of Southeast Asian Nation.  A Partnership in Dynamic Development.  A Community Caring Societies.  An Outward-Looking ASEAN
  • 11.  A zone of peace, freedom and neutrality.  Established a peace and stable Southeast Asia where its nation are at peace with itself and conflict have been eliminated, through abiding law of justice and the rule of law.  Territorial and other disputes are resolved by peaceful means.  Envision the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation functioning as a binding code of conduct for our governments and people.
  • 12.  Free from nuclear weapons and other weapons mass destruction.  Rich human and natural resources contributing to our development and shared prosperity.  ASEAN Regional forum to established means of confidence building and preventive diplomacy and promoting conflict resolution.  Our mountains, rivers and seas no longer divide us but link us together in friendship, cooperation and commerce.  We see ASEAN as an effective force for peace, justice and moderation in ASIA pacific and the world.
  • 13.  Enhance ASEAN economic cooperation through economic strategies.  Sustain ASEAN high economic performance.  Commit ourselves to moving towards closer cohesion and economic integration.  Create stable, prosperous and highly competitive ASEAN Economic Region in which there is a free flow of goods, capital, services and investment to reduce poverty.
  • 14.  Conscious of its ties of history, aware of its cultural heritage and bound by a common regional identity.  Vibrant and open ASEAN societies. Where people enjoy equitable access to opportunities for total human development regardless of gender, religion, language or social and cultural back ground.  Socially cohesive and caring ASEAN where hunger, malnutrition, deprivation and poverty are no longer a basic problems.
  • 15.  Free of elicit drugs, free of their production, processing, trafficking and use.  Technologically competitive.  Clean and green ASEAN.  Agreed rules of behaviour and cooperative measures to deal with problems.  Our nations being governed with the consent and greater participation of the people.  Develop and strengthen ASEAN’s institutions and mechanisms to enable ASEAN to realize the vision and respond to the challenges of the coming century.
  • 16. Establishment of ASEAN COMMUNITY 2015
  • 17. ASEAN Free Trade Area (trade bloc agreement by ASEAN supporting local Manufacturing in all ASEAN countries)
  • 18. The Common Effective Preferential Tariff Scheme Apply tariff rate of 0-5%
  • 19. 1. Temporary Exclusions -refer to products for which tariffs will ultimately lowered to 0-5% 2. Sensitive Agricultural Products -include commodities such as rice. ASEAN members have until 2010 to reduce tariffs levels 0-5% 3. General Exceptions -refer to products which ASEAN member deems necessary for the national security, public morals, the protection of human, animal or plant life and health, and protection of article of artistic, historic, or archeological value.
  • 20. GREAT BENEFITS
  • 21. Head of State : His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah Capital : Bandar Seri Begawan Land area : 5,765 sq. km Population : 370.1 thousand (2005) Language(s) : Malay, English Currency : B$ (Bruneian Dollar). BRUNEI DARUSSALAM “The green heart of Borneo”
  • 22. CAMBODIA Background Information : Head of State : His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni Head of Government : Prime Minister Hun Sen Capital : Phnom Penh Land area : 181,035 sq. km Population : 13,661.4 thousand Language : Khmer Currency : Riel CAMBODIA
  • 23. Head of State : President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Capital : Jakarta Land area : 1,890,754sq.sm Population : 219,205.0 thousand Language : Bahasa Indonesia Currency : Rupiah INDONESIA
  • 24. Background Information : Head of State : President Choummaly Sayasone Head of Government : Prime Minister Bouasone Bouphavanh Capital : Vientiane Land area : 236,800 sq. km Population : 5,938.8 thousand Language : Lao Currency : Kip LAO PDR
  • 25. Head of Government : The Honourable Dato' Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak Capital : Kuala Lumpur Land area : 330,257 sq. km Population : 26,127.7 thousand Language(s) : Melayu, English, Chinese, Tamil Currency : Malaysian Ringgit MALAYSIA
  • 26. Head of State : Senior General Than Shwe Head of Government : Prime Minister General Thein Sein Capital : Nay Pyi Taw Land area : 676,577 sq. km Population : 56,002.6 thousands (2005) Language : Myanmar Currency : Myanmar Kyat MYANMAR
  • 27. Head of State : President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino Jr. Capital : Manila Land area : 300,000 sq. km Population : 85,236.9 thousands Language(s) : Filipino, English, Spanish Currency : Peso The PHILIPPINES
  • 28. Head of State : President S R Nathan Head of Government : Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Capital : Singapore Land area : 697 sq.km Population : 4.198 million (2004) Language(s) : English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil Currency : Singapore Dollar (S$) SINGAPORE
  • 29. Head of State : His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Head of Government : Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Capital : Bangkok Land area : 513,254 sq. km Population : 64,763.0 thousands Language : Thai Currency : Baht THAILAND
  • 30. Head of State : President Nguyen Minh Triet Head of Government : Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung Capital : Ha Noi Land area : 330,363 sq. km Population : 83,119.9 thousands Language : Vietnamese Currency : Dong VIET NAM
  • 31. 1. All children have the right to what follows, no matter what their race, colour sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, or where they were born or who they were born to.
  • 32. 2. You have the special right to grow up and to develop physically and spiritually in a healthy and normal way, free and with dignity.
  • 33. 3. You have a right to a name and to be a member of a country.
  • 34. 4. You have a right to special care and protection and to good food, housing and medical services.
  • 35. 5. You have the right to special care if handicapped in any way.
  • 36. 6. You have the right to love and understanding, preferably from parents and family, but from the government where these cannot help.
  • 37. 7. You have the right to go to school for free, to play, and to have an equal chance to develop yourself and to learn to be responsible and useful. Your parents have special responsibilities for your education and guidance.
  • 38. 8. You have the right always to be among the first to get help.
  • 39. 9. You have the right to be protected against cruel acts or exploitation, e.g. you shall not be obliged to do work which hinders your development both physically and mentally. You should not work before a minimum age and never when that would hinder your health, and your moral and physical development.
  • 40. 10. You should be taught peace, understanding, tolerance and friendship among all people.