Sustainable Development Goals
Income Stream Goals
Where does it go?
- staff salary,
- free research support,
- writing course scholarships,
- discussion events and panels,
- and academic conference assistance
Areas of Interest:
law, justice, human rights, peace and conflict, transitional justice, rule of law, civil society, protests and activism, localization, monitoring & evaluation
Areas of Interest:
environmental science, land rights, community development, environmental governance, urban resilience, political ecology, agriculture, sustainability
Board of Advisors
Dr. Pakamas Thinphanga
Mr. Simon Dickinson
Dr. Mark Ritchie
What’s in a Name?
All across Asia, people come together to have a cup of tea and talk. They talk about their lives, their communities, and their countries. These conversations spark new ideas. Entire movements are born in tea shops across the region.
We are The Tea Leaf Center because we take the passion and inspiration of these conversations into the real world. That’s why we support the shift of ideas from abstract, tea shop discussions to research projects that result in knowledge to help the community to lead its own change.Continue reading “ABOUT US”
This journey that we started began as a quiet discussion on supporting local researchers. We wanted our colleagues’ voices heard, their opinions considered, and their own expertise… Read more “Year in Review 2019”
The rains finally died down as people trickled into Pansuriya Gallery. The group was diverse, a mix of community and academic researchers representing local and international perspectives.… Read more “#TeaLeafEthics:”
*By an anonymous PhD student In November last year, a British PhD student – Matthew Hedges – was arrested and sentenced to life in prison, accused of… Read more “Who Are We Protecting?”
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.