Conducting a dialogue of Trust-building between the government and the public for the UN75 Initiative

  • Fri, 28 August 2020

Conducting a dialogue of Trust-building between the government and the public for the UN75 Initiative


       Naypyitaw, 26-8-2020

        Union Ministries/Organizations, led by the commission conducts a dialogue of Trust-building between the government and the public for the UN75 at 26th August 2023 in the commemoration of 75th of Anniversary of UN with video conferencing system.

        At the workshop, the Chairman of Anti-Corruption Commission delivered that it is a plan in which the entire community can participate in global consultations held within a year in shaping the priorities for international organizations. As government departments, Businesses Organization and youth organizations participate in discussion as expressed in the UN 75 logo, we can work together shape up the future of the world. The public’s expectations on facilitate the governments services are increasing day by day, and there may be gaps in the performance of governments that fact is a challenge not only in developing countries but also in developed countries. So as to fulfil this gap, it is important to build strong trust between the government and the public. It is necessary to successfully implement international and regional policy objectives, including the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in order to improve trust in governments. As our country, Myanmar sustainable Development Plan (MSDP) was designed based on three pillars: peace and stability, prosperity and partnership, the people and the planet. The participants in this discussion said that they would like to freely and openly share their opinions based on their experiences.

Then, Prof. Dr. Aung Tun Thet, Keynote Speaker, explained the sustainable development goal of the United Nations. There are eight key elements to build trust and engage in private sector engagement are discussed in detail.

U Zaw Win, a member of the commission, sewed as the moderator of the discussion, sixteen representatives from various Union Ministers, two representatives from Union-level organizations a representative from a youth organization and representatives from twenty-three organization participated in the discussion. Government employees, businessmen, financial institutions and interested parties from universities also attended the discussion as observers.

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