Workshop 2003/2004

Internet & Elections Workshop

Event: Internet and Elections Workshop
Venue: Nanyang Executive Center, Lecture Room 5
Date: 18th  March 2004
Time : 9 to 10 am.

This is the schedule:

0900-: Arrival of guests

0900-0945: Welcome by Dean of SCI, ASEF representative and Workshop Chairman

Enabling role of the public sector in urban housing development

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12 - 14 July 2004, Beijing, China

ASEF-Asia Alliance workshop

Convenors: Prof. Anne Power (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK) and Prof. Tuan Yang (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China)

ASEF and European Alliance Annual Workshop Series

12 – 14 July 2004

Beijing, China

Full List of Participants (Co-organisers: Professor Anne POWER at LSE, UK and Professor Tuan YANG at CASS, China)

Prof. Mohd Razali AGUS - Deputy Vice-Chancellor. University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Security Paradox of Open Borders: Control and Surveillance of Migrants

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December 18 to 20

Chiang Rai, Thailand

Background
The workshop Security Paradox of Open Borders: Control and Surveillance of Migrants was held in Chiang Rai, Thailand from December 18 to 20, 2003. The workshop was jointly organised by Dr Prem Kumar Rajaram and Dr Carl Grundy-Warr at the National University of Singapore, by Professor Didier Bigo of the Institute for Political Science (Sciences-Po), Paris, by Professor Elspeth Guild of the Law Faculty at the University of Nijmegen and by Dr Charit Thingsabadh from the Centre for European Studies, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.
The central theme of the workshop was the control and surveillance of migrants. This was approached through investigations of legal and political methods of control, such as detention, along with anthropological studies of migrant communities. The workshop sought to study the relation between globalisation and migration control on a variety of levels and through a number disciplinary prisms.

Asia-Europe Conference on Computer Mediated Interactive Communication Technologies (CMICT): The Internet and Mobile Phones

This workshop was made possible by a grant from the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and the Asia-Alliance as part of the Asia-Europe Workshop Series 2003/2004. We also acknowledge the assistance of the Asia Foundation, Nokia and the Embassy of Finland. We thank all our sponsors for their generous support.

Enabling Role of the Public Sector in Urban Housing and Regeneration: converging and diverging experiences in Asia and Europe

ASEF-European Alliance Annual Workshop Series 2003/2004

Enabling Role of the Public Sector in Urban Housing and Regeneration: converging and diverging experiences in Asia and Europe

Asia-Europe Workshop Series 2003/2004

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http://www.iias.nl/iiasn/31/IIASN31_49.pdf 

In the IIAS Newsletter (issue 29), we announced the second call for proposals for the Annual Asia-Europe Workshop Series (2003/2004) sponsored by the Asia-Europe Foundation and the European Alliance for Asian Studies. This encouraged academic researchers to submit proposals for the organization of workshops focusing on a variety of issues affecting both regions. The criteria of proposals were determined by considerations of interregional and multilateral importance and the applicants were requested to focus on contemporary topics concerning both Asia and Europe in a comparative perspective. Most importantly, the workshops had to be organized by an Asian partner and European partner, to stimulate dialogue between both regions.

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