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Asia-Europe Workshop Series (AEWS) 2010:

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Project Period:
08 Aug 09 - 08 Aug 09


The AEWS aims to foster dialogue and collaboration between Asia and Europe by supporting academic institutions to organise workshops focusing on issues affecting the two regions. Each year, a call for proposals is announced on the AEWS web site ( and other relevant sites. Applicants are invited to submit joint-proposals between at least one Asian institution and one European institution, for workshops that will focus on contemporary topics concerning both Asia and Europe in a comparative perspective. Further, these proposals are to follow a set of criteria that takes into account the inter-regional and multi-lateral importance of such topics.

Below are the six workshop proposals selected by the Selection Committee following an intensive and thorough discussion during the Selection Committee Meeting.

  1. The Baltic Sea and South China Sea Regions: Incomparable Models of Regional Integration
    Hosted by University of Greifswald, Department of History and The European Union Centre in Singapore?
    Singapore; 15 February 2010
  2. Changing Intergenerational Relationships as Europe and Asia Age? 
    Hosted by Oxford Institute of Ageing, University of Oxford and Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies? 
    Oxford, United Kingdom; 23 April 2010
  3. Economic/Social Exclusion and Collective Action – Asia and Europe Compared? 
    Hosted by Euro-Asia Centre, Department of Languages and Cultural Studies University of Limerick, Ireland and Irish Institute of Chinese Studies, University College Cork, Ireland? 
    Limerick, Ireland; 27 May 2010
  4. Europeanisation and Aseanisation in a comparative perspective
    Hosted by Chulalongkorn University? 
    Paris, France; 15 June 2010
  5. Young People and New Media in Asia and Europe – Continents Apart, Concerns Converged? 
    Hosted by  National University of Singapore and The Amsterdam School of Communications Research, University of Amsterdam
    Singapore; 20 June 2010 
  6. Urban Management for an Urban Future? 
    Hosted by University of Ljubljana and Hong Kong Baptist University? 
    Ljubljana, Slovenia; 15 October 2010
Funded by the European Union

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