The Tea Leaf Center is a social enterprise research and training consulting firm based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The Tea Leaf Center supports locally-led research by providing tailored coaching and training, on – call support, and platforms to connect research.
Areas of work
We give research support and training including:
- Mentorship through all stages of a research project
- Writing skills for civil society
- Customized research skills training
- Help designing and implementing MEL processes
Be part of a community of like minded researchers by:
- Contributing to the TLC’s work
- write a blog post
- join and share our newsletters
- share your research/resources with our network
- Participating in discussion events
- Joining our network
We work with universities to:
- Help make conferences more inclusive by providing support to non-academics
- Help speakers understand context based ethical considerations
- host discussions on research
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To join our network of researchers and trainers, please send us your CV, a cover letter explaining why you want to join, and register here. You will have access to our network page only after you have submitted the required documents and are approved by the Tea Leaf Center.