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Seasons’ Greetings and best wishes for 2012
ASEF Executive Director Ambassador Michel Filhol and the ASEF team would like to share their warm greetings for the coming year, and invites everyone to join in the commemoration of ASEF’s 15th Anniversary in 2012.
ASEF Governors visit Singapore’s Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
Members of the 27th ASEF Board of Governors’ Meeting in Singapore (1-2 Dec 2011) visited Singapore’s national depository for fauna in Singapore for long-term research and science at the National University of Singapore campus. More…
culture360.org at the Angkor Photo Festival
culture360.org officially supported the 7th Edition of the Angkor Photo Festival (APF) in Siem Reap, Cambodia from 19-26 November through its co-production of the series “Visual Perspectives”, a photographic dialogue between Asian and European photographers. More…
An enhanced financial integration for Asia and Europe
ASEF co-organised a public briefing in Brussels (2 Dec 2011) with the European Policy Centre (EPC) and EUforAsia. The briefing brought together economic integration specialists to analyse the importance of deepened financial integration in Asia and Europe. More…
The Future of Peacekeeping Efforts
ASEF and its partners in the Europe-Asia Policy Forum (EUforAsia) organised a public briefing (13 Dec 2011) on the topic of ‘Improving Regional Security Architectures through an Asia-Europe Strategic Partnership’. Participants discussed prospects for further inter-regional cooperation in conflict management. More…
Funds for international cultural exchange
culture360.org launches a research project to map map funds currently available for individuals or organisations in Asia to engage in international cultural exchanges. We invite you to participate in an online survey to assess the need for such funding and identify current resources.
ASEF is currently supporting five projects under the first edition of its Creative Encounters – Cultural Partnerships between Asia and Europe programme. These projects cover diverse fields such as dance, performing arts, and the environment and will take place till November 2012.
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