Youth in Bhutan – Education, Employment, and Development

Youth in Bhutan – Education, Employment, Development by Lham Dorji and Sonam Kinga Author’s Note Youth development should entail the views of young people who can offer a perspective that is unique to them. What they express about their experiences, challenges, expectations and outcomes can bear so much on the policies and programs pertaining to them. … Read moreYouth in Bhutan – Education, Employment, and Development

Traditional Forms of Volunteerism in Bhutan

Traditional Forms of Volunteerism in Bhutan by Tashi Choden Traditional Forms of Volunteerism in Bhutan is a brief introduction to some of the various forms of volunteerism, social engagement and responsibility that we find in the country. The premise here is that volunteerism in Bhutan is rooted in its traditional beliefs and practices, and that … Read moreTraditional Forms of Volunteerism in Bhutan

Economic and Political Relations Between Bhutan and Neighbouring Countries

Economic and Political Relations Between Bhutan and Neighbouring Countries – a Joint Research Project of The Centre for Bhutan Studies (CBS) and Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (IDE/JETRO Introduction Bhutan is a Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom that is physically small with limited economic dimensions and military might. Unlike its neighbours in the region, it … Read moreEconomic and Political Relations Between Bhutan and Neighbouring Countries

Wayo, Wayo – Voices from the Past

Wayo, Wayo – Voices from the Past  It is a collection of different articles on the different festivals Ha, Goleng Roop, Wamling Kharpu, Goshing Chodpa and Lhabon that are celebrated in different parts of the country. Download the different articles from the following: Sl.No. Title Author Page No. 1 Ha: The Bon Festival of Gortshom Village … Read moreWayo, Wayo – Voices from the Past