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2ND WORLD ASIAN AFRICAN YOUTH GOVERNMENT CONGRESS
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2ND WORLD ASIAN AFRICAN YOUTH GOVERNMENT CONGRESS

[Fully Funded]16-19 December 2021 || Bandung, IndonesiaDeadline: 22 November 2021We kindly invite, International students, scholars and researchers from any relevant disciplines to submit your Essay to be discussed at the Panel Sessions. The theme of this year is “Asian African Youth Collaboration Against COVID-19 & beyond”.The Conference Features Research Addressing the Following Topics:Navigating Through Global Crisis by Advancing Collective Youth Action and Global LeadershipFostering Economic Recovery Through Youth Entrepreneurial InnovationEngaging Youth in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action to Attain World PeaceParticipants need to register, write the Essay and upload it to https://aayg.org/registration/ by November 22Important Dates:Call for essay (...
23RD ASEF SUMMER UNIVERSITY
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23RD ASEF SUMMER UNIVERSITY

Deadline: 3 October 2021Are you keen on hacking our cities for a Sustainable Future?ASEF is inviting young professionals and students to join an exciting #Hackathon and be part of a team of Asians & Europeans to create societal impact!The 23rd ASEF Summer University (#ASEFSU23) is your chance to:1. Transform your ideas on Sustainable Development into concrete solutions2. Solve #Urbanisation Challenges in Bangladesh, India & Pakistan3. Collaborate with peers from 51 countries across Asia & Europe!4. Receive up to 10 University Credits on #SustainableCities & LeadershipYour journey starts with your application - Link in @asef_edu bios'.
Making the Case for Greater Integration within the Asia-Pacific Region
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Making the Case for Greater Integration within the Asia-Pacific Region

By Tan Kai Wei AaronThe “Asian Century” as foretold by numerous scholars and analysts, may only be realized if countries in the Asia-Pacific region accept that integration is an essential need. Integration can come in many forms. It can be as deep and complex as the European Union, a supranational organization that has binding legislation and dictates everything from currency to cross-border travel. Integration can also be as shallow as the African Union (AU) or the Association for Southeast Asian (ASEAN). Since the turn of the century, there have been ambitious plans for deeper economic integration within the region, with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) chiefly spearheading this initiative. As of late, though, there is a tendency for leaders to denounce globaliza...