“The world is movement, and you cannot be stationary in your attitude towards something that is moving”
– Henri Cartier-Bresson
Ms Sabina Santarossa, Director of ASEF’s Cultural Exchange Department, highlighted a new approach by governments in cultural diplomacy during a public talk on Asia-Europe relations organised by the EU Centre in Singapore at the National Library of Singapore. More…
ASEF welcomes new Executive Director
Ambassador Michel Henri Filhol takes over the helm at ASEF with his appointment as Executive Director. He succeeds Ambassador Dominique Girard, who stepped down as Executive Director on 31 July 2011. More…
Culture plays role in environmental issues
Initiated by ASEF in 2008, the outcomes of the Connect2Culture programme have been published in a special dossier “Art. Environment. Sustainability. How Can Culture Make a Difference”. More…
Creative power of science
Genetic scientist Theodore Anagnostopoulos will speak at the ASEF-supported roundtable ‘A Climate for Change’ at the World Summit on Arts and Culture in Melbourne, Australia (October 2011). More…
ASEF delivered a presentation on its youth related activities at the 22nd International Youth Forum in Seoul, South Korea (18 August 2011). The event was hosted by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Republic of Korea. It was organised by the National Council of Youth Organizations, Korea.
Asia-Europe Classroom (AEC) Awards finalists announced
Six AEC projects were shortlisted from 33 entries to contend for the AEC Awards to be presented at the upcoming 10th Asia-Europe Classroom Network Conference. Teachers and student representatives from these groups will be invited to present their projects this November in Ireland.
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