CMU-SPP fully supports the Effective Governance principle of ‘Inclusiveness’ as advocated by the United Nations. This includes the notion of leaving no one behind, non-discrimination, participation, subsidiarity, and intergenerational equity. Dr. Piyapong has published a book on Inclusive Policy Design, which lays out frameworks and examples that is very useful for practitioners and scholars of public policy. To put theory to practice, we strive to incorporate inclusivity in all of our research and consultancy projects. For instance, in designing the initial Smart City plan for Chiang Mai, we conducted a workshop specifically focusing on migrant workers in the city. We believe by including everyone in dialogues about urban services and development, only then will our cities be resilient and livable. We work alongside Global Campuses Foundation (GCF), an international NGO based in the U.S., to push for new narratives of ‘differently-abled’ or ‘differing abilities’, in addition to advocating for universities in the ASEAN region to improve services for different types of learners and to have universal-design campuses. We are also collaborating closely with Facebook Thailand to improve the gender equality in Thailand. We designed a Policy Market called Women Leading Our Connected World (WOW) that gained attention from women in parliament, in tech industry, leaders of small-medium enterprises, and female monks in Thailand.