Bhutan Dialogues is a space for critical and civil conversations with thought leaders and changemakers drawing upon their expertise, achievements and inspiration. It aims to invigorate development thinking and refine our ideas and the pursuit of human progress. It is a forum for right speech and mindful listening.

Bhutan Dialogues is led by Loden Foundation and The United Nations in Bhutan. Dr Karma Phuntsho, a thought leader, social worker and the President of Loden Foundation currently serves pro bono as the host for the dialogues.

Upcoming Sessions

Guest Speaker

Michael Peil and his family have lived in Bhutan since the beginning of 2013.  He presently serves as the Vice Dean and an Associate Professor of Law at JSW School of Law in Taba, where he also teaches International Law and Tort Law.Read More

Theme: Law is a Story We Tell Each Other in the Dark

Venue: UN House, Kawajangsa

When: Thursday 9 May 2019 from 4:00-5:00pm


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