Progress of the Colombo plan
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Published in Colombo, Ceylon .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Economic assistance,
  • Periodicals

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesColombo plan
ContributionsCommonwealth Consultative Committee
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC412 .C592
The Physical Object
Pagination14 v.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26896763M
LC Control Number77200513

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The Colombo Plan is a partnership concept of self-help and mutual-help in development aimed at socio-economic progress of its member countries. The objectives of the Colombo Plan. to promote interest in and support for the economic and social development of Asia and the Pacific;. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bridson, Douglas Geoffrey, Progress in Asia. London, H.M. Stationery Off., (OCoLC) Colombo Plan, arrangement for discussing economic development plans and facilitating technical and financial assistance for development projects in south and southeast Asia. It was established at Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), in as a result of discussions by the governments of India, P. The Colombo Plan for Cooperative Economic and Social Development in Asia and Pacific, which has its headquarters in Colombo, Sri Lanka, is an inter-governmental organization with a membership of 27 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The Colombo Plan Gender Affairs Programme (CPGAP), which focuses on women and children’s rights,File Size: KB.

The Colombo Plan was established in as an Intergovernmental Organization under a common wealth initiative involving 7 member countries, with the objective of promoting economic and social development in the Asia and Pacific region. Currently, The Colombo Plan has 27 member states. The Colombo Plan provides assistance to the.   This book examines the public and private agendas behind Australia's foreign aid diplomacy and reveals the strategic, political and cultural aims that drove the Colombo Plan. It examines the legacy of WWII, how foreign aid was seen as crucial to achieving regional security, how the plan was sold to Australian and Asian audiences, and the Cited by: The Colombo Plan is a regional organisation that represents a collective intergovernmental effort to strengthen economic and social development of member countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The primary focus of Colombo Plan activities is on the development of human resources in the arters: Colombo, Sri Lanka. In the early s, Australia embarked on its most ambitious attempt to engage with Asia: the Colombo Plan. This book examines the public and private agendas behind Australia’s foreign aid diplomacy and reveals the strategic, political and cultural aims that drove the Colombo Plan.

The Colombo Plan Like ANZUS and SEATO, the Colombo Plan is designed to achieve security, but its means are exclusively economic assistance to and friendship with underdeveloped countries whose enmity would be dangerous should low living standards foster the growth of communism within them. April 19th, - Superintendent's Letter; April 9th, - Superintendents update; April 5th, - Superintendent's update; March 29th, - Superintendent Updates. The New Colombo Plan is an initiative of the Australian Government aimed at increasing exchange in the Indo-Pacific region for Australian university students. The plan was launched as a signature initiative of the Abbott government's foreign policy in , and was aimed at enhancing the knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia, by supporting Australian undergraduates studying and. This book examines the public and private agendas behind Australia's foreign aid diplomacy and reveals the strategic, political and cultural aims that drove the Colombo Plan. It examines the legacy of WWII, how foreign aid was seen as crucial to achieving regional security, how the plan was sold to Australian and Asian audiences, and the.