Registration NOW OPEN for 5th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium!
The Symposium will be held Thursday 14 April 2016 to Saturday 16 April 2016 at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford, with the theme of “Human and Environmental Welfare in Southeast Asia”.
The 2016 Symposium will feature over 80 sessions and nearly 200 papers, including over 50 panels focusing on a wide variety of social, developmental, and political challenges facing Southeast Asia. For the first time this year, the Symposium also includes two specialised sub-fora: The Southeast Asia Investment Forum which aims to engage businesses with an interest in the region in issues including human rights, healthcare, and political risk; and the Southeast Asia Strategic Forum on Women, Business, and Economic Growth in Southeast Asia, which tackles gender equality.
Early Bird Registration costs £349 (corporate), £249 (academic), £149 (student/concessions) and is open till 14 January 2016. To register, please visitasean.ac/register.
The Symposium is organised by Project Southeast Asia, University of Oxford, and is the world’s largest annual conference on Southeast Asia. It aims to present interdisciplinary and transnational solutions to contemporary Southeast Asian issues, and to engage political, business, academic, civil society, and other leaders of society in collaborative efforts to improve the state of Southeast Asia. Together with other stakeholders, it works to define challenges, solutions and actions, always in the collaborative and collegial spirit of Southeast Asia.