Global civil society activity in Miri, Malaysia

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Meetings Statistics

From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report

20 years

Miri is ranked #1476 over a 20 year period,
with 9 meetings since 2001.


Miri is ranked #458 in 2021, with 1 meetings.

Past Events in Miri

2022 Annual Meeting – ORBICOM - International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication
2021 Asian Meeting – Econometric Society
2021 Annual Meeting – ORBICOM - International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication
2019 International Forum on Industrial Bioprocesses – International Forum on Industrial Bioprocesses
2017 International Materials, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Conference
2016 Annual Conference – Pan-Pacific Business Association
2015 Asian SME Conference – International Council for Small Business
2014 IECBES : Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Sciences – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
2013 Global Summit on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
2012 World Hopoh Community Convention – Sarawak Miri Hopoh Association
2012 Rwo SHR health international conference
2010 Dental scientific congress
2010 Annual General Meeting – Australasian Cave and Karst Management Association
2010 Global geotourism conference
2006 Biennial Congress – Eastern Regional Organization for Planning and Human Settlements
2004 Annual international conference – Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia
2002 International meeting and safety seminar – International Association for Safety and Survival Training
2001 Regional conference for Asia – World Safety Organization

View More Past Events (18 total) in The International Congress Calendar

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