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How do we perceive one another? October issue 2010 (Vol.8 No.2) on Asia-Europe perceptions

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5 Oct 2010

See “Europe” through the eyes of Asian observers and reverse the mirror: How do Europeans conceptualise “Asia”. The October 2010 issue of the “Asia Europe Journal’ focuses on the perceptions of the modern European polity, the European Union and provides first analysis on the ASiE study of Asia’s image in Europe. Editors: Prof. Martin Holland and Dr. Natalia Chaban from the National Centre for Research on Europe (NRCE) in New Zealand. Read more…

Enjoy the reading! Free online access to all articles of the Asia Europe Journal

To commemorate ASEM8 being held in Brussels from 4 to 5 October 2010, ASEF will grant free online access to all articles of the Asia Europe Journal (AEJ) from 1 October to 30 November 2010. Gain insights into perceptions of Asian and Europeans (Volume 8 Number 2), opportunities and challenges of migration in Asia and Europe (Volume 8 Number 1), regional trade agreements (Volume 7 Number 1), environmental co-operation (Volume 6 Number 2) or youth culture and trends in Asia and Europe (Volume 5 Number 4). Read more…

Interested in contributing a paper for our next issue  “Public Health and Vulnerable Groups”?

What are the factors that foster or eliminate barriers and health disparities?  What efforts have been made to stengthen regional co-operation on health policies and programmes?  If you a specialist in the areas of public health and gender, migration and ageing populations, contribute a paper! ASEF calls for papers on the topic of “Public Health and Vulnerable Groups” for the upcoming AEJ December issue 2010. Three guest editors support the publication: Dr. Trinidad S. Osteria from  De La Salle University in Manila, Prof. Tomasz Kostka from the Medical University of Lódz, Poland and Dr. Manish Kakkar from the Public Health Foundation in India. Deadline: 31 October 2010. Read more…

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