European Association for South-East Asian Studies (EUROSEAS)
18 May 1992.
Enhance Southeast Asian studies in Europe; assist European scholars wanting to integrate their work on Southeast Asia with other specialists in the field and in establishing contacts with specialists in the Southeast Asia region itself; provide scholars from Southeast Asia and other areas outside Europe with greater access to European research facilities; support existing institutions; make international funding agencies aware of this branch of study.
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General Meeting (at least every 4 years, at conference). Board, comprising 2 members from each of 7 geographical regions in Europe plus one representative of other countries. Executive Committee, comprising Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary and 2 advisers. Advisory Council comprising up to 8 scholars from Southeast Asia. Secretariat.
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