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The Business Council of Mongolia aims to make constructive contributions to enhancing the business environment in Mongolia and works to foster trade and business relations by providing a networking forum for its members. We sponsor, partner and host Mongolia’s leading investment conferences locally and in foreign countries.

 

BCM works closely with the Government of Mongolia, private sector, embassies, NGOs, special interest groups and business associations. Approximately 370 individuals from members are volunteers on BCM’s working groups which identify issues and make recommendations for BCM’s advocacy.

 

We have or will make strategic alliances with sectoral organizations for substantial progress in representing and advocating the collective interests of our members.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

We believe that life should be balanced, to some extent!

Working without living does not make sense.

 

Neither does living without working.

But giving of your time and resources can make both living and working more rewarding - for all.

 

Tarva currently supports 3 initiatives.

 

  • Good policy in Mongolia

  • Arts development in Mongolia

  • Business Development in Mongolia

 

We invite you to explore these websites and to comtribute where you feel your efforts will yield benefit for all.

 

                                                     

 

                                                  Cameron, Eky and the Tarva team

 
 
 
 

Mongolia has an extremely rich culture, full of skilled and creative people. The country’s talented artists produce work as unique to Mongolia as Mongolia's cultural heritage is to the world. The Arts Council of Mongolia exists to ensure that the art and culture of Mongolia is sustainably developed, promoted and preserved, and we achieve this by carrying out activities in four program areas: Arts, Community Arts Education, and Cultural Heritage and Development.

 

ACM believes that art and culture play a crucial role in both the social and economic development of Mongolia. Our program areas and projects reflect this, and we seek to facilitate social change through art as well as encourage economic growth via the sector. We also want to help share Mongolia’s rich and unique artistic culture and heritage with the world.

 

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Mongolia has an extremely rich culture, full of skilled and creative people. The country’s talented artists produce work as unique to Mongolia as Mongolia's cultural heritage is to the world. The Arts Council of Mongolia exists to ensure that the art and culture of Mongolia is sustainably developed, promoted and preserved, and we achieve this by carrying out activities in four program areas: Arts, Community Arts Education, and Cultural Heritage and Development.

 

ACM believes that art and culture play a crucial role in both the social and economic development of Mongolia. Our program areas and projects reflect this, and we seek to facilitate social change through art as well as encourage economic growth via the sector. We also want to help share Mongolia’s rich and unique artistic culture and heritage with the world.

INS is a new Mongolian based and focused NGO seeking to influence a range of audiences with the sole aim of improving economic and social outcomes in Mongolia.

The board of directors and the supporters of INS want to raise the level of discussion and debate on issues of economic management and the political process where that impacts on economic outcomes.

 

We feel that the level of discussion in the parliament and by the political parties does not effectively convey to the Mongolian constituencies the policies that are being pursued, and the logic behind these policies.

 

In many democracies the parliamentary process and the election process is focused on very clear articulation of policies and their underlying philosophies. Indeed, elections are fought on policy differences and the electorates make up their voting decisions based on these (often) different positions and the performance of the governing party in delivering its policy platform.