The main purpose of this conference is to strengthen cooperation in higher education between Malaysia and the EU by focusing on balanced mobility among students and academics and improving the exchange of ideas and resources in Malaysia and Europe.
The Asialink Conversations were initiated in Australia in 2002. They are an intimate, retreat-style dialogue of around 40 leaders from ASEAN and Australia. Participants in The Conversations explore shared challenges and concerns while creating new and strengthened networks of leaders in ASEAN and Australia cognisant of the common interest we all have in a prosperous, peaceful and cohesive region.
The workshop will convene for half a day with participation from around 20 individuals with experience and interest in haze-related issues, including those from NGOs, academia, the corporate sector and the government. The key partners are Asia Europe Institute (AEI), Jabatan Pengajian Antarabangsa & Strategik (JPAS) and the Centre for ASEAN Regionalism University of Malaya (CARUM).
AICHR “Regional Workshop on the Role of Youth in Promoting Human Rights in ASEAN: Making Rights a Reality”
The main objective of this workshop is to continue raising awareness among the youth of ASEAN as well as to equip them with all-embracing knowledge and understanding on ASEAN particularly its human rights body and related instruments, namely the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR)
ICAAD Conference is to analyze arbitration in action by undertaking a legal, contextual and discourse-based analysis of data drawn from arbitration practice.
The Centre for ASEAN Regionalism University of Malaya (CARUM) in collaboration with the International Association of Universities (IAU) and the Ministry of Education (MOE), Malaysia will be organizing an international forum on “The Role of Higher Education in Building an ASEAN Community”.
Hybridity is the interplay among global, national and local culture and values, where in higher education is manifested through the interaction between Western academic models and the traditional and local cultures.