Workshop 2007/2008

Governance in a Triptych: Environment, Migration, Peace and Order

Eastern Regional Organization for Public Administration

22-25 October 2008

Asia-Europe Workshop Portugal 2008

From naval gigantism of Chinese Ming dynasty to universal physics in a seaway - Structural analysis of ancient wooden boats in Asia and Europe - 

Researchers from nine countries (ASEM) have been invited to participate to the Workshop along the norms defined by ASEF and the European Alliance for Asian Studies.

ASEF Workshop on irregular migration, 7-9 January 2008

The Asia-Europe Workshop 'Now you see them, now you don't. Defining irregular migrants in Europe and Asia and the immigration measures applied to them', funded by the ASEF and the Asia Alliance and organised by the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (University of Amsterdam), the Centre for Migration Law (Radboud University of Nijmegen) and the Institute of Occidental Studies (University Kenbangsaan Malaysia), was held in Malaysia from the 7th to 9th January 2008. ASEF has shown a strong commitment to comparative research on migration in Asia and Europe. Over the last five years it has funded conferences examining border control practices in the two regions, detention of foreigners and the changing patterns of age and migration - pensioners on the move. This workshop fits into this continuing interest, examining an important aspect of migration in both regions: the creation of irregularity and its consequences.

Comparing microfinance in Eastern Europe and South-East Asia: Lessons learnt

September 2007, Hamburg, Germany

Katharina Michaelowa (Hamburg Institute of International Economics)
Du Xiaoshan (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Rural Development Institute)
Grzegorz Galusek (Microfinance Centre for Central and Eastern Europe and the New Independent States)

International migration, multi-focal livelihoods and human rights: Lessons from EU and ASEAN

Late 2006/early 2007, The Hague, the Netherlands

Dr. Thanh-Dam Truong (Centre for Human Security Studies at CHUBU University, Japan)
Roy Huijsmans MA (Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands)

Community Participation, Heritage, Tourism, Sustainable Development – benefits for Asia and Europe

July 2007, Phitsanulok, Thailand

Gerard Corsane and Prof. Peter Davis (University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)
Jörgen Hellman (Museion, Göteborgs Universitet, Denmark)
Patcharin Sirasoontorn (Naresuan University, Thailand)

Technology and Culture: Genetics and its Social and Ethical Implications in Asia and Europe

March 17-18, 2007
Century Park Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

An Asia-Europe Workshop, supported by the European Alliance for Asian Studies and the Asia-Europe Foundation, to be held in conjunction with the Eighth Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC2007)

The Annual Asia-Europe Workshop Series 2007/2008

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The European Alliance for Asian Studies and the Asia-Europe Foundation welcome proposals for workshops on themes of common interest to Asia and Europe, to take place in 2007/2008.

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