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ESiA Interim Advisory Group Meeting And Public Seminar

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Project Period:
12 Mar 09 - 12 Mar 09
Venue:
Macau S.A.R. (China)
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OVERVIEW

The Interim Advisory Group Meeting was held to address the following discussion points:

– ESiA Phase III wrap up, Beginning of Phase IV and a future revisit?- Book Launch series
– ESiA Young Academic Workshop series?- Brussels briefing?- Publications strategy?- Innovative visions for the future of ESiA?- Role of the ESiA Advisory Group

Held in conjunction with the meeting was a public seminar titled “Asian-EU Relations: A Research Agenda.” The seminar included presentations by ESiA Advisory Board Members and was chaired by Prof. Paulo Canelas de Castro of the Faculty of Law, University of Macao. It was attended by over 50 local stakeholders, including students and faculty of the University of Macao, the media, and ESiA advisory group members.

PRESENTERS

Prof. Sung-hoon Park, Korea University

Prof. Martin Holland, National Centre for Research on Europe (NCRE), University of Canterbury, UK

Prof. Dai Bingran, Fudan University, China

Mr. Peter Ryan, Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)

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Funded by the European Union

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1108-Martin Holland presentation.pdf

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1108-ESiA Advisory Group Meeting and Public Seminar Programme & Participants Profiles.pdf

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